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WMB part 2

Saturday, October 01, 2011

Well I took apart the BEAST again last night for the LAST time. Noted 2 things that I had missed before- the screw that the belt tension pulley turns on drags on the chassis of the washer (fixed that) also the transmission has a bearing that got rusted and didn't turn great (of course it's part of the assembly) I think that these "people' (I've got a lot of terms running in my head right now and they aren't really fit to print) intentionally make these things so that a part fails and takes the rest of the S.O.B. with it so you gotta either spend a ton of money or buy a new one. I noted that the Inglis was in the house for about 30 (?) yrs (the old owner bought it
This frigging thing we had lived for about 10. GREAT - I would just love to insert it into a bodily orifice of the engineer that designed it. You would think that for how it lasted these things should be DIRT CHEAP. All I know is the next one I am gonna watch like a hawk.
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    Yep, that's how I feel about my Sear's Kenmore Calypso. I'll like to stick it up the designer's butt or force him to use it.
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