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Remove front panel -- how many screws?

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SOURCE: removing front panel on maytag washer

some maytag panel just pull off from the bottom,they are just a tight fit.and some have screws under the hob.

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SOURCE: how do i remove the front panel

along the front bottom there are( 3) torx 20 screws to remove the lower acess panel

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SOURCE: removal of front panel of a stack washer and dryer mod

Their are screws between the washer and dryer. Undo those and the screws inside the dryer, next too and below the lint trap.

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SOURCE: HE4T How to remove the front panel

if you want to take the top panel off,there are 3 screws at the back of the machine,remove then lift

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SOURCE: removing front panel from kenmore elite HE-3 front load washer?

If you've removed the screws and the panel sticks, tapping on each side will knock it loose. The panel should drop down, then off. You can also try propping the two front feet of the washer up slightly for better access. A 2x4 works real well. This will allow more room for the panel to drop and gives better access to the screws. The washer is very heavy, so you may need some assistance to lift the front. Either lift from the bottom, or place your hands on the front facing of the cabinet to push the washer back. DO NOT push on the door or control panel.

If you still need assistance, please let me know. I hope this helps you.

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