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If you are needing the parts list and drawings for a Maytag Atlantic MDG6400AW, you can go to appliancepartspros.com and type in your model number. All your exploded view diagrams, with parts lists are listed. Searspartsdirect.com is another great web source. If you need assistance identifying parts, or diagnosing a problem, please let me know. I hope this helps you.
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Searspartsdirect.com is usually a great web source because of their extensive parts lists and exploded view part diagrams. However, in this particular case, repairclinic.com offers a better price for your CCU. If you go to both websites, you'll see what I'm talking about.
Go to the Sears website first and type in your COMPLETE model number. If you look under the "Control Panel Parts" heading, you'll find the CCU listed as item number 15. The part number is 8182280.
If you go to repairclinic.com and search using the PART NUMBER provided, you will find it listed about $120 cheaper (item number 1059617). I don't know why there is such a difference in price, but the part number is the same. For future reference: There two sites usually offer comparative pricing with Sears usually being cheaper. I generally go to BOTH and compare, and both offer excellent service.
I hope this helps you. If you need further assistance, please let me know.
just open the machine ( only if you are comfortable with this) and take the sump assy out as a whole.
Than open it up and look at the drawings. It will come to you as you are going in to it. Otherwise ask a friend with a little technical knowledge to help you.
The drawings and parts lists should help you