I don't know if it will fit a Maytag. What I would suggest you do is go to the owner's manual and get the specs on the replacement part. I have a GE and GE wanted 18 bucks for theirs the Phillips was much cheaper. If you know the bulb and base size (T8, E26 etc) you can figure it out yourself. If all else fails, take the bulb out go to the store and visually match it.
It should fit, but to be sure, take the old bulb out and read the model number off of the bulb and see if it matches the new bulb model number. The model number is usually printed on the side of the metal base.
This bulb will fit the microwave model referenced.
The only way to find out is to remove the Maytag bulb and read the information off of the bulb to see if it matches the info on the new bulb
Yes, it 400 lumens, which is very low brightness. I used it on my kitchen rangehood, but replace for LED after few days.
Go to your local Home Depot and buy it
The printed description contradicts itself. In big print, it says a bright color and then in small print it says soft white. I have this bulb installed on an upright freezer and it is a bright white. Plenty bright for me.and illuminates the freezer really good.
It would appear that the bulb in your microwave is a 25 Watt bulb and the T-8 is a 40 watt bulb. It looks like it is not the proper bulb.
No they do not. -This is an appliance bulb - nothing more
It is recommended to check with the freezer manufacturer to determine the correct replacement bulb.