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Maytag usually includes a schematic with all of their machines. Many times, it may be found folded up in a small plastic bag taped to the frame, inside the top or side panel or inside the control panel.

This will be your best best as it is for your particular model - and many found on the internet have either been reduced for scanning and don't scale well or are not the exact same model number. Look around your machine for it - and keep it in a safe spot for later.

Make sure you unplug the machine before disassembling.

Good luck!

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