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PartSelect Number PS11741039
This lint filter screen is of a slide in style type of Maytag filter screen. It is most typically used for the 08 and later series of Maytag gas or electric clothes dryers that appear before 1990.
This part works with the following brands: Whirlpool, Admiral, Estate, Inglis, Kenmore, KitchenAid, Roper, Maytag, Crosley, Jenn-Air, Hardwick, Magic Chef, Amana, Caloric & Glenwood.
This part fixes the following symptoms:
Undid two screws in lower front of dryer and popped off front. Removed screws holding lint screen duct and brackets supporting tumbler and removed duct and tumbler quite easily. Pulled, cleaned and oiled rear rollers, replaced front glides, and thoroughly cleaned exhaust duct of lint. Put new belt into position on the roller before sliding tumbler back in, then pulled belt over tumbler as it went in. Be careful to follow belt path directions correctly. Key to this repair was obtaining the parts so easily from Parts Select.com. Ordered at 2pm and had them 2pm the following day. Unbelievable! These machines are relatively simple to keep running when the parts are available so easily. Thanks for great service.
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I didn't think it would fit as it looked bigger then the old one, I called the service department and they were very helpful. They made note of the fact that I had called with questions in case I had to call again, but it worked, and no one laughed at me. It was very nice of them. Thank you for all the help
1. Removed old lint filter by sliding it out2. Installed new lint filter by sliding it inThe nature of the part makes this "repair" very easy.I'd also like to comment on dealing with PartSelect. Web site is excellent and service was even better. Ordered item late on a Thursday and I had it in hand by Saturday. Shipping is pricey but at least I got what I paid for... Delivery could not have been better or quicker. 5 stars!
had done belt exchange before so it was not a new drill...this time belt was *not* broken and probably wouldn't need to have been changed...bearings (they're a wheel- like in much the same way as are those wheels on the Chilian rescue capsule) seem to spin free but tumbler does not turn quietly still drys clothes ok but imagine it is providing these noises as a clue to it's pending demisethe new lint filter works good, however
1. Popped out old latch from dryer with a screw driver and pressed in new latch with fingers. Did not need to replace the part that is in the door. Very simple repair. 2. Lint filter was worn out and needed replacing.
The directions for the door latch kit told you to take the front of the washer apart to remove the old latch. But in my case the latch was broken in such a way that was not necessary. The new part just popped into place! No more fridge magnets holding the door closed!!!And the new lint filter is great, the old one was so gunked up with old lint it was becoming difficult to clean.I don't really know how old my dryer is, I purchased it used about 3 years ago.
First finding the replacement part for this older model was extremely easy with schematics on line and part identification. There was no repair, just 30 seconds to take old lint filter that was at least 20 years old replaced with new one; perfect replacement fit!ThanksP.S. Really impressed with time to respond to the online order placement, it took less than 3 days! Great!
Followed the instructions supplied with parts. My wife was so happy and the repairs were easy.
First off, I have to give credit to PartSelect.com for fast delivery. I had the parts two days after I ordered them.The repair was very quick and easy. There are about 10 Torx head screws holding the inner panel to the door so I decided to use an electric drill to remove and put them back. I put the proper size Torx driver into my portable electric drill and removed all of the screws in less than 2 minutes. The door latch assembly is secured with two of those door screws, so it was already loose when I lifted the panel away from the door. All I had to do was unplug the two wire harness's from the old switch, replace with a new switch and plug them back in. The door panel went back on easily and quickly with the electric drill. My drill has a built-in torque adjuster so I set it to lightly secure the screws which made the job go fast.The lint filter was just a replacement for an older one on the cloths dryer that had developed holes in it. Perfect fit.
I was able to order exactly the same lint filter as the original. The dryer is a 1984 Maytag.Thank you Partselect.com
Removed old filter and installed new one.
I pulled out the old filter and put in the new one. That's the only "repair" I've had to do on our Maytag dryer since we got it 20 years ago. I was happy to find the filter after all these years.
I needed a lint filter for a maytag dryer which was purchased in 1977 by my mother and dad. The previous filter was completely worn out and frayed due to being used for 35 years. I was not at all optimistic that I could find a lint filter for a dryer this old. However, after doing a search on the internet I did locate this needed filter through partselect. Com. Needless to say I was thrilled to be able to locate this.
When my son mentioned to look on the computer to find a new one I took his advice. I am very pleased. I dropped in the slot for it and it fit perfect. It was sent quickly and I appreciate your good service.
Firstly, and I can't emphasize this enough; I went on Utube and found a video as to how to do the belt replacement on this exact Model. Then with the help of my wife, we just proceed step by step. We took digital photos of the electrical hook-up to be sure to reassemble to electrical correctly; as well as the capstan/idler belt threading. Getting the new belt on to the drive capstan was the hardest part. I loop it over the drum while it was pulled out about 6". I then reached through the drum to tread it around the capstan/idler. Then I moved the drum into place, and SLOWLY wound the drum by hand CW 2 turns, to give the capstan a chance to do the final alignment of the belt/drum. No problemo!
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