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Post# 47313   10/18/2004 at 13:03 (7,125 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        

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"This is an aluminum lint screen out of a Maytag wringer washer. It is 4 3/4" in diameter"

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Post# 47329 , Reply# 1   10/18/2004 at 17:15 (7,125 days old) by geoffdelp (SAUK RAPIDS)        

Ooops ... I think the seller has that mistaken.

That is for a Speed Queen wringer washer, not Maytag. Maytag did not have an aluminum lint screen; Maytag had an enameled strainer.

Post# 47380 , Reply# 2   10/19/2004 at 07:21 (7,124 days old) by jetaction (Minneapolis)        
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How did these work? I have never seen one. I have the blue gaurd that goes under the agitator for pump wringers, but am not familiar with this one.

Post# 47385 , Reply# 3   10/19/2004 at 07:58 (7,124 days old) by geoffdelp (SAUK RAPIDS)        

Same type of principle with the Speed Queen ... but I think they used those on all of their machines to keep items from going down the drain hole.

They were never really designed for lint screens.

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