Evolution of the Maytag Wringer Washer

All early model information is based off public knowledge and some documentation found. All early Maytag records were lost in a factory fire. This does not cover all models, but it does have the bulk of them.

1907 1907t.gif (19022 bytes) Pastime

Hand driven with crank on top.There was a flywheel underneath to help with the load of cranking.

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1909 1909t.gif (17261 bytes) The Hired Girl

Hand powered or driven from outside power source. Wringer was added.

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1911 Model 41

Electricity supplied the motive power, and the dream of an easier washday became reality.

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1911 1910t.gif (16489 bytes) Model 42

Swinging and reversible wringer added. External driven.

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1914 model40.gif (9575 bytes) Model 40

Hand powered and made of southern Cypress wood like all Maytag wooden machines.

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1915 1914t.gif (22327 bytes) Model 43

A  engine was added for farms and homes without electricity. Single upright shown here. Battery powered ignition.

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1918 1917t.gif (20169 bytes) Model 50 Series

Maytag first, a revolving cylinder forced water through tumbling clothes.

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1920 1919m72.gif (22414 bytes) Model 70,71,72
  • 70 was electric
  • 71 external powered
  • 72 was gas shown here with fruit jar engine.
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    1921 model44.gif (14054 bytes) Model 44

    Easy Release wringer was added for safety.

    Single upright engine. Magneto ignition.

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    1921 model43.gif (11265 bytes) Model 45

    Hand power and electric motor. Basically a model 40 with a electric motor.

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    1922 model80.gif (12741 bytes) Model 80,81,82
  • 80 was electric shown here.
  • 81 external powered
  • 82 was single cyl. gas engine.
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    1927 model90.gif (10693 bytes) Model 90,91,92
  • 90 was electric shown here.
  • 91 external powered
  • 92 was single cyl. gas engine.
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    1929 frederick.jpg (9482 bytes) Model 20 Fredrick

    The machine was produced for the Fredrick Company, The Frederick Company was another Maytag owned Company - named after Frederick L. Maytag. 

    1929

    Model 60 & 62 
  • 60 was electric.
  • 62  gas engine  model shown here.
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    1930 Model A & B 
  • A was electric model shown here
  • B  gas engine  model
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    1930

    Model F, G, & H copper tub
  • F was electric.
  • G gas engine  model shown here.
  • H power take off
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    1931

    Model 15 & 16 Round Vitrolite Tub
  • 15 was electric motor shown here
  • 16 gas engine model
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    1931

    Model 25 & 26
  • 25 was electric.
  • 26 gas engine  model shown here.
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    1933 1933.gif (21405 bytes) Model 30 & 31
  • 30 was electric shown here.
  • 31 gas model 92 single cyl. engine.
  • 1933 1933m10.gif (18495 bytes) Model 10 & 11 Copper Tubs & Vitrolite Tubs
  • 10 Electric shown here.
  • 11 Multimotr
  • 1934 1933m10.gif (18495 bytes) Model  N-10 & N-11 Round Vitrolite Tubs
  • N-10 Electric shown here.
  • N-11 Multimotor
  • 1934    1933m10.gif (18495 bytes) Model 110 & 111 Round Vitrolite Tubs
  • 110 Electric shown here.
  • 110 Multimotor
  • 1936 model18.gif (18495 bytes) Model 18 & 19
  • 18 was electric shown here.
  • 19 gas model 92 single cyl. engine.
  • 1937

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    Model 32 & 33
  • 32 was electric.
  • 33 first model with 72 twin gasoline engine shown here.
  • 1939 model108.gif (10210 bytes) Model 108 & 109 Porcelain Tub.
  • 108 was electric
  • 109 72 twin gasoline engine.
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    1939 1939.gif (18004 bytes) Model E or Master

     

    1940 Model J or Commander

      Square Porcelain Tub

    The deluxe big brother of the master. Made gas engine or electric.

    1940 Model N or Cheiftain

      Round Porcelain Tub

    Round sister version of the Master. Made with gas engine or electric.

    1941

    Model R or Brigadier

      Round Porcelain Tub

    • RL Electric
    • RM Multimotor
    1941

    Model K

      Round Porcelain Tub

    • KL Electric
    • KM Multimotor
    1945

    Model E2L or Master

      Square Aluminum Tub

    Longest running production of any of the wringer washers, last one made Nov. 22 1983. Made gas or electric.

    1945

    Model N2L or Chieftain

      Round Porcelain on Steel Tub

     

    1946

    Model J2L or Commander

      Square Porcelain on Steel Tub

    1955

    Model NX  called the "Blue Bell"

      Round Porcelain Tub

     


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