Maytag Wringer Washer Center Assembly Parts
Replacement Center Assembly, transmission, gear case, agitator parts for Maytag E, J, and N Wringer Washers made from the 1940s’-1983. We carry Amish new replicated Maytag parts to keep these old vintage Maytag workhorses going.
Maytag wringer washer center assembly parts include the center assembly and agitator parts.
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It would be data prohibitive to list each individual part with shipping. Therefore, shipping & handling is based on an average purchase of a few parts. We do charge a minimum $12 flat base rate on all items regardless of the size. This is to cover the cost to process, pack, drop-ship, and actual shipping charges.
Additional shipping may be required for larger orders. We will let you know if additional shipping will be needed. If you checkout using PayPal we can send you an invoice if needed. Otherwise, we will also need to have credit card information as our system does not store it with the order.
Parts listed are for the “E” series square tub style, but Maytag center assembly parts remained very consistent for the round tub models made back to the 1940s except for the 1564 tub gasket. Select the 15639-cork gasket for these older models that do not have the tub gasket tub groove.
14870 Gulmite Center Plate Tub Bolts (Use BWS20 tub Bolt Replacement Kit)*
14789 Shifter Spring (Not Pictured)
14810-B Solid Pin for Clutch Pinion, or Coil Pin 14810-A for Clutch Pinion or Center Shaft
14827 Center Shaft Wear Washer (Not Pictured)
15154 Clutch Pinion
15494 Stop Ring (Not Pictured)
15642 Center Plate to Tub Screw (Use BWS20 tub Bolt Replacement Kit)*
15666 Flat Washer for Water Seal (Not Pictured)
15667 Clip for Water Seal (Not Pictured)
15641 Tub Gasket for E-Series, Use 15383 Cork Gasket for Older Models Without Gasket Groove
15755 Skirt Bushing (Not Pictured)
15902 Spring Washer
A4525 Agitator Click Here to purchase Agitator
A4731-R Agitator Spline Rubber or, (A4731-P Plastic only for 26 splines newer agitators). (Older K-1392 Agitators without splines will also use A4731-R Rubber Spline) The rubber spline will need to be pressed into the agitator using a bearing press used in small repair shops.
A4927 Center Plate Bushing Set
A4298 Water Seal, (Includes the 14792 Spring and 15149 Washer)
A5130 Center Shaft Stainless Steel
A5169 Complete Center Plate Assembly, Includes, A5168 Center Plate, A4927 bushing set, A4298 Water Seal, 15666 Flat Washer Water Seal, 15667 Water Seal Clip, 14827 Center Shaft Wear Washer, 15494 stop ring, A5130 Center Shaft, 15154 clutch pin,15902 spring washer, 14810-B solid pin. Click Here to purchase the complete center plate assembly.
A5400 Transmission Gasket Set
* BWS20 Tub Bolt Replacement Kit- Stainless hex head bolt kit includes the 4 x 5/16" x 3/4" bolts to replace 15642 gulmite tub bolts, 2 x 5/16" x 1-1/4 bolts for replacements of the 14870 Center Plate Bolts, and 6 x large bonded washers.
Click Here for repair tools and wrenches including the gulmite head tub bolt wrench, agitator, and agitator spline pullers.
Tip-Tub Bolt Removal: To remove the old gulmite head tub bolts without buying the wrench, use a Dremel grinder to grind flat blade screwdriver slots in the old heads. Use the BWS20 tub bolt replacement kit to replace with new stainless hex head bolts.
Tip-Agitator Removal: If the agitator hasn't been removed for a while you will need an agitator puller 38323. Instead of buying one check out the homemade puller picture that one of our customers used.
Tip-Agitator Spline Replacement: You will need a bearing press or large floor stand drill press to press the agitator spline into the agitator. Check with local machine shops if you don't have access to either one.
The Amish depended on these old wringer washers as most of the United States population did in the early 1900s until newer modern spin cycle machines were developed. As manufacturing and replacement parts moved forward the Amish began to have difficulty in obtaining parts to maintain the wringer washers. So, they began manufacturing their own supply of replacement Maytag parts as they still do today. Cottage Craft Works.com takes a step back in time to help people who are still using or restoring the vintage home and farm equipment acquire replacement parts.
The washer parts listed are the most sought-after Maytag parts. Our Amish shop can procure or make just about any part that was used on the round or square tub machines. Since the Amish convert most of the machines to gas, air, or DC-driven motors they don’t manufacture new electric motors. They also don’t use the drain pump allowing the washer to gravity drain instead. If you should need an electric motor or water pump, we can find you a used takeoff. Just email us for the availability of any parts that we don’t list.
International customers, please email us with the parts that you need, and we will calculate the shipping cost and send you a PayPal invoice in US Dollars. Duties and taxes will still be due to your country upon delivery.
Parts ship directly from an Amish-owned business without computers, please expect some orders to take up to two weeks to ship. Most parts are stocked but some may need to be made.
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Click Here to view our complete Maytag Wringer Washer service and repair manual.