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Good/Used Maytag Wringer Washer Index Slide #A4332
For all E, J, and N Series Models

Discontinued by Maytag, I recently sold out of new AND USED ones
(They may still be available on Ebay, posted HERE)

Maytag #A4332 Wringer Index Slide


If you own one of these great old vintage Maytag wringer washers and its wringer assy won't hold still, but rotates freely, I have good news! The fix is easy and I have a couple of good/used ones left here. I'm getting ready to retire from the parts business and won't be restocking new ones - even I could find any. If you have a Maytag wringer you'll want to keep one of these on hand (they were discontinued by Maytag as of December 2012, although you may still see a few "aftermarket" ones). 


Called the 'index slide', this little part mounts under the wringer head with four screws, and keeps the whole head from rotating while in use. They're getting really hard to find, so it's a good idea to keep a spare on hand.  Note: some online companies list these new, but don't have any in stock, so beware!


To replace it, just lift the wringer head straight off and turn it over. Turn the latch/clutch lever in toward the wringer head to release most of the pressure on the spring, then remove the four 5/16" head screws (2 different lengths - see photo below) and two small retainer straps, and replace the index slide with the new one. Slip a bit of grease onto the index gear teeth, and drop the wringer back down onto the washer. 


Maytag Wringer A4332 Index Slide Mounting


These are usually available on Ebay HERE



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