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- Feb 8, 2012
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its amazing how well appliances are designed to fail precisely after the warranty these days. I really hate planned obsolescence, I am all about function over form. We're running an early 1980s Maytag set the previous owner left 12 years ago. All mechanical and serviceable. I've replaced a $10 ignitor, drive belts and hoses. They are indestructible and do not die.
Same. I've replaced a bunch of shit on both but it's all simple as fuck to service.
The tub on the washer is starting to get rotten on the drain hose connection, when it does get to the point I can't attach the hose I'm definitely gonna try to tig a nipple on there before I condemn it.