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Any Maytag Experts Here?

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Old 03-17-2003, 10:32:51 PM
Tom G
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Thanks! Great site with a lot of pictures. My washer has to be a model 32.
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Old 03-18-2003, 01:09:40 AM
Jim Tremble
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On that site, it states the model 32 is an electric and the model 33 is a gas driven washer.

Electric, 1933 = Model 30. gyrator, square cast aluminum tub, (electric,equipped with a water pump to get the water out of the tub)

Gas, 1933 = Model 31. (gyrator, square cast aluminum tub, gas engine)

Electric, 1937 = Model 32. (gyrator, square cast aluminum tub, electric)

Gas, 1937 = Model 33. (gyrator, square cast aluminum tub, gas engine)

If it is a M33, it had a twin cyl. engine. The M32 and M33 were the same machine except one has the electric motor and the other has the gas engine.

Old 03-18-2003, 11:03:39 PM
Tom G
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Yes, mine is a model 32, complete with the ELECTRIC MOTOR. I would like to put a gas engine on it. I've had some Maytag engines for several years now, and have been wanting a washer.

I finally found an affordable one within reasonable driving distance. It just happened to come with the electric motor. I've been under the impression that it is a simple matter to just unbolt the electric motor, and substitute a Maytag gas engine. Anyone have any experience at this?
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