Replacement parts for vintage washing machines can be found online through specialty parts retailers such as AntiqueAppliances.com as well as general parts retailers such as RepairClinic.com. Some smaller repair businesses, such as DavesRepair.com, maintain a vintage parts inventory. Online auction sites such as eBay also frequently feature vintage parts.
AntiqueAppliances.com allows users to view its selection of vintage washing machine parts through three main categories, as of 2015: door gaskets, electrical parts and monitor top parts. Each section consists of a full listing of all available parts in that category, sortable by factors such as name, price and user rating. Each listing contains a picture of the part along with a description of its use and condition. Users have the ability to rate each product with a star rating ranging from one to five.
Many small parts resellers use eBay in place of an in-house storefront. The site allows sellers to create listings for multiple products with the option to use two different selling methods. Many items sold through eBay use the standard auction model, which consists of a low starting bid and a set bidding duration. Sellers also have the option to place a "Buy It Now" price that allows customers to completely bypass the auction process and immediately purchase the item.