Anonymous: Same here. I bought the same Maytag washer and had same problem with tube bearing. After 8 months bearings went bad (sounded like a jet airplane taking off) and had repaired under warranty, estimated to be $1,200 in repairs, much more than I paid for the washer. Three months after the first bearing replacement, the tube bearings went bad again. It was still covered under warranty and I wrote Whirlpool (manufacturer of Maytag). They called and stated that they did not have an issue with these washers having bearing failures and offered a one year warranty to free. Now the washer has the third tube bearing failure after 2.5 years of owning it. I wrote Whirlpool again to see if they wanted to send out a engineer to examine it in case is is a engineering issue. No reply yet. I own several Whirlpool products and will never purchase a Whirlpool / Maytag washer again. Jun 8, 13
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