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Post# 1034645   6/6/2019 at 14:35 by Tinkerbell41967 (WEED)        

I really need some help I have a 1930 something gyrator and the post is seized up I use this everyday it's my the washer I would prefer to use and I had completely redone it but for some reason the gyrator post is seized up can anybody tell me how to get it out or free it up I'm pretty sure it's a 32 because the wringer mechanism is round it doesn't have a pump but it is electric

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Post# 1034897 , Reply# 1   6/9/2019 at 14:15 by jeb (Mansfield Ohiio)        

I'm not even sure parts are available, and if they are the work involved would be tremendous. If you check around you can usually pick up another Maytag wringer washer for $100.00 or less.




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