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Post# 956272   9/5/2017 at 13:18 (285 days old) by brucelucenta ()        

This GE washer was quite a machine. If you look at the videos on it here, you will hear and see how it operated. It seemed to have the same type of agitator as the models up to and including 1960, but spun the clothes as fast as the Frigidaire unimatic machine. It also had an elaborate filtration system too.

Post# 956335 , Reply# 1   9/5/2017 at 21:26 (285 days old) by Frigilux (The Minnesota Prairie)        

Was this the one that saved the rinse water to be used for the next load? I like the lift-off lid. No worries about overhead cabinets in the way of a hinged lid. Another example of a washer that was technologically advanced for its time.

Post# 956375 , Reply# 2   9/6/2017 at 07:26 (284 days old) by DaveAMKrayoGuy (Oak Park, MI)        

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Hmmmmm...--One OTHER thing I should have looked for there, that I over-looked... Guess I'll be waiting for that to be Pic of the Day again...

-- Dave

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