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Stilltrying3

Member Since 21 Jan 2013
Offline Last Active Jun 23 2013 05:25 PM

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In Topic: Maytag SE 1000 will not agitate

23 June 2013 - 05:24 PM

Hi Guys - 
 
Almost five months later  - my Maytag is running strong  - many thanks to all for your help.  
For a couple hundred in parts, I was saved from spending about $ 1,500 on a new stacker.
I should have bought a new "Upper Outer Tub Cover Clamp" ... it leaked a little water for about a month
but the old clamp finally "seated" itself.
 
One last issue:
 
I had to take the tranny apart to fix the agitator shaft and bought new tranny oil.
After reassembling the whole deal -
 a very small amount of oil seeps out of the tranny gasket (bought a new one)during the spin cycle
and spins out to the frame walls of the washer - and onto the rubber hoses (original hoses) on the right side of the machine:
 
#1 How do you know how tight to tighten the bolts that hold the tranny together ?
#2 Will the oil rot the rubber hoses ? Again, this is a 25 year old machine
 
Thanks again to all - 
 
Still Trying (to save a buck)
 
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In Topic: Maytag SE 1000 will not agitate

21 February 2013 - 10:12 PM

Hi Guys,

 

Here is my plan:

 

 

Lithium Grease

** Spindle shaft  Part NumberPS2020073

at the top where it connects inside the Plastic Agitator 

Part Number: PS58284

** Small Amount on the bottom of the Mounting Seal

Part NumberPS2351899

** Spindle Shaft Part NumberPS2018692

at the bottom where it connects with

the Transmission Drive Pulley  Part Number: PS2347248

** Brake Rotor Bearing Part Number: PS2016361

 

Sand Smooth, but not too much:

** Agitator Shaft Part Number: PS2020073

upper part where it had frozen/seized tight

not allowing the Agitator to spin

** Upper Tranny Post that the

Tub Bearing sleeve Part Number: PS2347235

slides over 

 

New / Replaced Parts:

 

12 Mt Stem Kit - Top
  8 Tub Bear Kit -  Bottom
29 Tranny Oil
  7 Tranny Gasket
16 Bottom Screw
12 Drive Belt
13 Pump Belt
11 Tranny Gear Pin
3 Agitator Shaft "O" ring 
 
Comments Appreciated.
 
Best to All,
 
ST3
 

 

 

 

 

thanks,

 

ST3


In Topic: Maytag SE 1000 will not agitate

04 February 2013 - 04:33 PM

Is appliance paint waterproof ?

i.e. won't the outer tub be full of water during the wash cycle ?

 

Thanks,

 

ST3


In Topic: Maytag SE 1000 will not agitate

02 February 2013 - 05:15 PM

Hi Guys,

 

My handyman neighbor has suggested slow drying two part epoxy paint for the tub rust issue.

I would think I would need to paint it first with rust ?oxidizer paint first to seal the rust

 

Comments appreciated

 

You guys are Life savers (+ $$$) 

 

ST3


In Topic: Maytag SE 1000 will not agitate

01 February 2013 - 09:55 AM

Hi Guys,

 

Thanks much - Willie !

 

First order of business.

I am thinking I need to sand the rust in the outer tub

and paint some kind of waterproof rust sealer paint

to prevent further rust damage.

 

Comments and suggestions on the type of paint to use

will be much appreciated.

 

You guys are GREAT !

 

ST3

 

 



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