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Post# 914778   1/9/2017 at 12:37 (313 days old) by VacuumGuy99 (North Western PA)        

So its been a while since I last posted but I've decided on investing in a wringer washer. The only 2 that I can find close to me are a Philco twintub wringer(2 of them actually) and a Kenmore Visimatic with the cone shaped agitator, I know that the Philco would be a bit of a beast to move around not to mention from what I've heard that aren't that common but how much larger would it be compared to the Kenmore?Also how hard are the Philcos and the Kenmores to work on? what parts seem to need replaced the most and are parts for either still available? Thanks from a novice washing machine enthusiast :)




Post# 915327 , Reply# 1   1/12/2017 at 13:04 (310 days old) by VacuumGuy99 (North Western PA)        
Kenmore

Most likely going to pick up the Kenmore this weekend since it is closer,looks to be in nice shape over all. I'll post pictures if/when I pick it up.




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