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Anyone familiar with Maytag Centennial Series?

Posted by no-green-thumb (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 4, 14 at 11:52

Last year my children purchased a Maytag Centennial dryer for me. It is a very basic dryer - and given that there are now just two of us and I do not put anything in the dryer besides towels and sheets and such, it is just fine.
I realize this is not on the "high end" - but it works!
Now I am in the market for a washing machine. The Centennial series has two - both top loaders - one is with an agitator, one without. I am almost thinking I prefer the agitator.
I had read many reviews - and although I know you can't believe all you read - they are all over the place - from love, love to hate, hate.
I thought I would ask here if anyone has one of the Centennial washers.
I realize nothing is made like it used to be, so I am prepared for that. My current washer is probably close to 20 years old.
Thank you for any advice you can give me.
Enjoy your day!


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RE: Anyone familiar with Maytag Centennial Series?

Centennial is a marketing term that doesn't mean much. Citing the model number of the machine of consideration will get you more information.

All Maytag laundry machines are manufactured by Whirlpool now, they bought the Maytag company in 2006 and segued Maytag-branded machines off Maytag mechanicals to Whirlpool mechanicals over the following couple of years.


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RE: Anyone familiar with Maytag Centennial Series?

Let me try this posting the actual washer. Thank you.

Here is a link that might be useful: Maytag Washer


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RE: Anyone familiar with Maytag Centennial Series?

Let me try this posting the actual washer. Thank you.

Here is a link that might be useful: Maytag Washer


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