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Mystery unmarked washer schematic... Anyone recognize?
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Post# 1019051   12/25/2018 at 13:30 (181 days old) by LowEfficiency (Iowa)        

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Anyone happen to know what brand/model washer this schematic would have gone with?

This large fold-out print came tucked in the back of a Maytag service manual I recently purchased, but the drawing style is very "un-Maytag", and it clearly belonged with something else. There are no markings of the brand or model anywhere that I can see, just a note to place the schematic back into the machine when you were done using it. I tried Googling the number at the lower right corner, 305086, but that is apparently the part number of a Whirlpool washer leveling foot...

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Post# 1019057 , Reply# 1   12/25/2018 at 14:49 (181 days old) by jeff_adelphi (Adelphi, Maryland, USA)        

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My guess is a Westinghouse top-load washer, clues are the lid lock, reversible motor, and the Q before part number, often used on older WH part numbers.

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