Re: What is the pump P/N # for the Maytag PAV2200?
i dont think that you need a new pump, chances are there is some thing in it. The most common thing i see in those pumps is bobby pins. if you take both hoses off the pump you should be able to see if there is anything in it..
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I was told that it was the transmission - good luck with that....
Labor alone was $175 - I ended up trashing mine (3 1/2 years old) and buying a new one.
Just got off the phone with Maytag - by all means, try to get them to pay for stuff before you throw away the one that you have....Now that they know it's gone, I supposedly don't even have the right serial number...(it was hauled away 4 days ago by Lowe's)
This washer is JUNK!!!!!! We have the same washer (2 1/2 years old) and same problem. Tried to replace the bearing myself, no luck. So I called a repair man to come out and look at it. As soon as i told him the model number, they would'nt even come out. Very common problem for this washer. We are on our way to Sears to purchase a Kenmore.....GOOD LUCK