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Whirlpool Washer with Suds Saver
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Post# 298708   8/23/2008 at 13:53 (3,171 days old) by trainguy (Charlotte, Pittsburgh, & Key West)        

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neat washer

Post# 298709 , Reply# 1   8/23/2008 at 13:54 (3,171 days old) by trainguy (Charlotte, Pittsburgh, & Key West)        

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close up of control it were.

Post# 298710 , Reply# 2   8/23/2008 at 13:55 (3,171 days old) by trainguy (Charlotte, Pittsburgh, & Key West)        
Tub Shot

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The brush is still here but the lint filter is long gone.

Post# 298711 , Reply# 3   8/23/2008 at 13:56 (3,171 days old) by trainguy (Charlotte, Pittsburgh, & Key West)        
Any Interest?

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If no one wants this one either, I think Rege will scrap it, too. C'mon guys, everyone wants a washer with suds saver, right?

Post# 298787 , Reply# 4   8/23/2008 at 18:34 (3,171 days old) by charger ()        

Wow My mom had one of like that when I was a kid, it reqired service several times (flooded the basement twice) so she replaced it with Speed-Queen.

Post# 298799 , Reply# 5   8/23/2008 at 19:20 (3,171 days old) by tuthill ()        

I wish you lived closer!! I'd take it in a heartbeat.

Post# 298820 , Reply# 6   8/23/2008 at 22:16 (3,171 days old) by danelto (State College, PA)        
Are You Serious

I'm very, very tempted.

Perhaps we could work a deal--

Are you coming to State College for a football game?

Need tix?

Post# 298852 , Reply# 7   8/24/2008 at 03:19 (3,170 days old) by 70series ( Connecticut.)        

Growing up, a neighbor across the street from me had an almost an exact replica of this washer. The only difference was theirs had the shorter chrome lid handle. I don't know if it was a suds miser model. In addition, my grandmother had the 24 inch version of this washer, no suds miser, or water level control, but otherwise exactly like it. I hope this finds a home.

Have a good one,

Post# 298861 , Reply# 8   8/24/2008 at 04:41 (3,170 days old) by kenmoreguy64 (Charlotte, NC)        

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Rich -

I have a model which I think is very similar to this in storage, however I doubt mine is a suds model.

I VERY MUCH hope someone can rescue this gem. If they don't, please let me know before it goes, as I may be able to use the timer for mine. I'd have to find out if suds timers are interchangeable as they were in late belt-drive production. The timer in my machine trips the breaker the second I plug-in the machine. I have not investigated it any further however, YET.

I believe this to be a 1965 machine, as is mine.

Post# 301921 , Reply# 9   9/6/2008 at 23:21 (3,157 days old) by tbolt25 (Kentucky)        
classic washer going to waste

I really hate to see another belt drive Whirlpool washer go to waste.

Post# 301955 , Reply# 10   9/7/2008 at 09:00 (3,156 days old) by stainfighter (Columbia, SC)        
re- timer for Gordon's in storage...

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yes, that would be GREAT if Rich's friend Rege could at least salvage that timer for you, Gordon. While not a match to my 62 Imp Dryer I would like a complementary washer like it - some day, with your skills to give her the ol' onceover first of course (I'm not in any rush, as patience is one of the virtues of (most!!!) AW folks :-)

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