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Post# 958795   9/23/2017 at 20:14 by SpiralDasher (North East Ohio)        

Hello all,

I have a Maytag A108S automatic washer I'd like to sell. It is in fairly good condition, but to the best of my knowledge, these washers were supposed to have a dark blue porcelain tub, however this has a dark chocolate brown tub, which is still shiny. Any input on the rarity/age/value would be greatly appreciated. Pictures are attached showing the machine itself as well as the control panel.

Kind Regards,

SpiralDasher

P.S. the small spot on the front is just a sticker that can easily be peeled off. I just haven't had the time.


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Post# 958857 , Reply# 1   9/24/2017 at 06:13 by washdaddy (Baltimore)        
FYI- MONEY SHOT

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Thanks for posting the pics of the machine you're selling. The one pic that's missing is a picture of inside the washer so people can see what agitator is in it as well as the condition inside. It's commonly referred to as the "MONEY SHOT" of a washer.

If you could also post that if you can get that picture it would also help you in selling the machine.

Good luck and welcome to the website BTW.

Washdaddy



Post# 958865 , Reply# 2   9/24/2017 at 07:49 by akronman (Akron/Cleveland Ohio)        
Hi Spiral Dasher

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What is the price? How long have you had the machine? What repairs have you done? What condition is it in?
Thanks
Mark


Post# 958868 , Reply# 3   9/24/2017 at 08:23 by spiraldasher (North East Ohio)        
Money Shot

I'd like to get at least $60, but if that's to much I'm willing to negotiate. I've had the machine since early September of this year, and I haven't done any repairs to it. It seems to work well, but sometimes it's a bit slow to spin up and the motor makes a low groan while doing so. I haven't tested out the suds feature as I don't have the hoses or the know-how to set it up for that. The porcelain top is still shiny and bright white, but the front and sides are a bit dingy.

Next is the tub and agitator money shot:


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Post# 958871 , Reply# 4   9/24/2017 at 09:11 by Gyrafoam (Roanoke, VA)        

IMO Looks like a well-water machine. Tub stained to a brownish color. It will come off.
Motor is on a tiny platform with tiny glides that act as a clutch when ramping up to spin speed. They likely need replacement and the grooves cleaned out. An easy fix.


Post# 958888 , Reply# 5   9/24/2017 at 11:22 by Yogitunes (New Jersey)        

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I was going to say, by the look of the agitator stains, the tub is stained as well...

just never heard of a brown porcelain as I recall.....

many shades of blue to bright white, but brown would not have been a color choice..


Post# 958890 , Reply# 6   9/24/2017 at 11:43 by brucelucenta (tulsa, oklahoma)        

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I am surprised. I don't think I have EVER seen such a BOL machine that has the suds return feature.

Post# 958941 , Reply# 7   9/24/2017 at 20:54 by Gyrafoam (Roanoke, VA)        

It saved some farm wife from certain wash day drudgery.

Post# 960030 , Reply# 8   10/1/2017 at 12:06 by akronman (Akron/Cleveland Ohio)        
It's home now

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I picked this up this morning from a nice helpful family, it looks pretty darn solid. I had an A608 for a few years, then donated it to a friend in need and have been without a Maytag for months. THIS IS A SUDS MODEL!!!!!!! The electric schematic on the back covers both A108S and A107S, what would have been the difference to the 107 model?

In a few weeks, I 'll get this down in the basement, along with other recent finds, and I'll have some good winter projects.
I never had a standard tub, 3 holes on the agitator Maytag, single speed, this will be fun! Clearly used in a well water home for years, I'll get it as clean as possible, and spend extra time checking out the water inlet valve.

Mr Spiral Dasher knows his stuff, and we had a good chat.
Mark


Post# 960049 , Reply# 9   10/1/2017 at 14:48 by akronman (Akron/Cleveland Ohio)        
Manufactured in

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Sept 1977, 3 months after I finished High School!

Check out the tub color, I could almost just call it a copper tub, with that tinting.
The schematic shows that both Regular and Delicate will save the suds, whereas my KM/WP suds models only save for Regular wash. Maytag 108 Delicate is just one speed with pauses in-between, I doubt I will use it, since I have other 2 speeds machines. But I am very interested in the regular wash, having only ever used a extra-capacity Maytag before.


Check out the dial, it looks like it was used maybe twice, spotless.


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