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Can I please have the Full model number of the unit to better assist you ?
And the number of W10607430A is NOT a model number that is a part number.
The model number is ***** the lid at the rear of the opening on top loaders .If you open the washer lid , under the lid NOT on the lid ,but under the lid at the rear of the opening will be the manufactures model and serial number on a silver tag. And just inside the door on the face frame after the door is opened on front loaders.
Thank you! Give me a minute or two to pull up information on this model ok so the unit has a lot of vibration during a spin mode and you have already replaced all suspension rods and spring assemblies correct?
Do the unit still do this with out clothes in the unit?
Does the unit still do this with out clothes in the unit?
And could the model number be MVWC500VW0 ?
There is no number of MVWC55DW0
Not sure what you mean by that ,can you explain?
I did NOT send you the phone prompt that is the web site NOT I !!
And can you look at the model number once again please there is not such model number as MVWC55DW0
Ok All I can tell you is Maytags web site is telling me that MVWC55DW0 is NO such number.
And I even checked that number on the three largest appliance parts dealers in the U.S and they too are telling me no such number!
that`s a good number.
if you grab the inside of the inner tub and move it back and fourth do you hear water sloshing around?
I ask because the top of the inner basket has a balance ring that had liquid in it .
If you do not hear the liquid sloshing it may have been damaged and has all leaked out.
I would not recommend it (putting soft material between the cabinet and the outer tub.
And the INNER tub is the tub that you put your clothes in to be washed , the outer tub is the tub that holds the water in the washer.
Were you able to see if the inner tub has water in the balance ring or not yet?
Ok there is no difference in your question and the last one , as far as the cabinet and the frame they are the same just using a different word.
Not do not put anything on the outside of the outer tub , ,you WILL damage the machine. if not crack the outer tub and have a flood.
Again I will ask ((Were you able to see if the inner tub has water in the balance ring or not yet?))