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68 Frigidaire matching washer and dryer for sale
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Post# 46635   10/10/2004 at 15:38 (7,128 days old) by Wigwag (San Diego)        

Hello all,

I'd like to get rid of my 68 white frigidare washer and dryer set, the washer works perfect (and i already wired around the pesky lid switch) the only problem is the pump needs to be resealed the cork as it is leaking at the where the two pieces screw together thru the cork seal. Sometimes it leaks a little and sometimes not at all.

It is a two speed model without rapid-dry it does overflow wash and rinse (very cool indeed) the dryer is electric and I've not tried it as has the 4 prong electric cord.

Anyone interested in buying them?

I'd be willing to take them anywhere within a 250 mile radius of san diego ca or they can stay here for up to 2 months until picked up.

Please email me at if you are interested.

Steven and Amanda


Post# 46636 , Reply# 1   10/10/2004 at 15:40 (7,128 days old) by Wigwag (San Diego)        

god im an idiot, sorry about the sentence structure i clicked pasted the preview =)

Post# 46967 , Reply# 2   10/14/2004 at 07:56 (7,124 days old) by kenmore1978 ()        
dryer cord

Where did the set come from originally? A 4 prong cord (separate ground/neutral) on the dryer is somewhat rare, I've only seen the 3 prong (grounded through neutral) cord, though I know some localities require teh 4 prong cord.

Post# 47013 , Reply# 3   10/15/2004 at 00:02 (7,124 days old) by wigwag (San Diego)        
Salvation Army actually

I found them on my weekly trip to the salvation army, i was dropping off a bunch of ranges and saw them there. The washers water valve was stuck in the on position, i replaced the valve with a new stock one and that was it. They have been in my possesion for 6 months or so.

I've seen alot of the 4 prong ones in newer housing developments but I don't have one. Its pretty easy to swap out the power cord.


Post# 47369 , Reply# 4   10/18/2004 at 22:59 (7,120 days old) by washerlover (The Big Island, Hawai’i)        
Bites Yet?

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Have you had any offers yet on these beautiful machines? I might be interested if they're still up for grabs...


Post# 47416 , Reply# 5   10/19/2004 at 17:40 (7,119 days old) by 48bencix (Sacramento CA)        
Who got them?

Did some one from the club get them?

Post# 47710 , Reply# 6   10/24/2004 at 20:22 (7,114 days old) by pumper (SE Wisconsin)        
Where Are They?

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Just wondering if those beautiful machines sold yet...?

Please let us know!


Post# 47895 , Reply# 7   10/26/2004 at 23:16 (7,112 days old) by wigwag (San Diego)        
nope still got em

Sorry I've not logged in to the site in awhile, please email me if interested. I'm at

Thanks =)


Post# 47911 , Reply# 8   10/27/2004 at 08:16 (7,111 days old) by wigwag (San Diego)        
to ebay they go


I've decided the fairest thing to do is place them on ebay with a reasonable starting bid. I will post when the ad is up.

Thanks all who emailed!

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