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Please help me kill our "Frigidaire" TL!!!
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Post# 201969   4/7/2007 at 16:32 (4,366 days old) by liamwa ()        

Posted this in the modern forum but thought people here might have some ideas as well.

Hi everyone,

We have one of those newer "Frigidaire" top loaders with a straight vane agitator and the indexing plastic tub. I've hated this machine ever since we got it in 1999. It just swirls the clothes around in the water, no role-over to speak of. I keep hoping it will die, but it just keeps on going! Please someone out there tell me how I can kill it and make it look like an accident.

Many thanks
Liam


PS

Any one else here have any stories of appliances you've disliked and "helped" along to an early grave?

hehe


Post# 201972 , Reply# 1   4/7/2007 at 16:41 (4,366 days old) by unimatic1140 (Minneapolis)        

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Hi Liam, putting a modern washer question in the Vintage forum is not an option around here.

Now as for your question, why do you need to kill it?? Why don't you go out and get a new washer or vintage washer and throw away the old TL or find it a good home.





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