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Easy Spin Drier in Rhode Island
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Post# 678024   5/7/2013 at 19:53 (3,995 days old) by toploader55 (Massachusetts Sand Bar, Cape Cod)        

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Post# 678025 , Reply# 1   5/7/2013 at 19:54 (3,995 days old) by toploader55 (Massachusetts Sand Bar, Cape Cod)        
Plastic Smacka lator

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Looks Clean

Post# 678026 , Reply# 2   5/7/2013 at 19:55 (3,995 days old) by toploader55 (Massachusetts Sand Bar, Cape Cod)        
Last One

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Shiney

Post# 678038 , Reply# 3   5/7/2013 at 20:27 (3,995 days old) by kenmore58 (Rhode Island)        

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I actually saw this machine in person at the antique co-op where it's located. It's not in bad shape, but it's not perfect.

Ron
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Post# 678157 , Reply# 4   5/8/2013 at 12:23 (3,995 days old) by mickeyd (Hamburg NY)        
Faucet Free Easy

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You don't usually see a control panel in such mint condition on a 60 year old Easy! This is a beauty.

Figures it's for sale in an antique shop. This is the faucet-less version, really sleek and clean styling if that's what you're looking for. The rinsing is similar to the early Hoover: you need a hose to either spin rinse or flush rinse. The Easy flush has two versions and they're both interesting.

In one version, you fill the spin tub up to the rim while the load is still loose before the first spin. Then you flush (fast drain) 2/3's of the water. Then you close the drain, and engage the spin lever. The load sloshes around, then you open the drain for full extraction. Repeat as needed.

This model has the famous ceramic fist in the spinner rather than the tapered rinse cone with 1500 small holes for the needle jet sprays.

There are powerful, dramatic machines, Eddie. Maybe some day you'll catch the Easy Bug. Thanks for putting it up--what fun to see!


Post# 678180 , Reply# 5   5/8/2013 at 15:50 (3,995 days old) by laundromat (Hilo, Hawaii)        

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This is the same model I have but, mine has rust issues and dry rotted rubber strips. The washer and spinner run great but the pump hs failed and the pump arm is frozen on off.


Post# 678181 , Reply# 6   5/8/2013 at 15:50 (3,995 days old) by laundromat (Hilo, Hawaii)        

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This is the same model I have but, mine has rust issues and dry rotted rubber strips. The washer and spinner run great but the pump hs failed and the pump arm is frozen on off.


Post# 678216 , Reply# 7   5/8/2013 at 19:33 (3,994 days old) by MixGuy (St. Martinville, Louisiana)        
Similar Model--with Faucets

My grandmother had one like this with faucets. It had a red 20 min. timer dial and three grey levers spaced around the timer dial: one for controling agitation, another for the spin basket and the third for the drain. Grandma's model had gravity I think. The four lever models, I think, utilized the pump to drain the wash tub. The "Spirolator" was white enameled cast aluminum and the spinner tub is like the one pictured above w/o the cone too.

Post# 678465 , Reply# 8   5/9/2013 at 22:11 (3,993 days old) by NewVista58 (Northern NJ)        

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Hi,

That is a Great Looking machine.
I remember, as a kid, my Great Aunt
had a Washer with an Accessory Spindrier
added later, that hung off the side of it.

Very Cool :)


Post# 678658 , Reply# 9   5/10/2013 at 23:54 (3,992 days old) by rberryiii3 (Palm Springs, California)        
Easy

Anyone know the year of this machine....I guessing late 50's .  This easy looks alot nicer than mine.  

 



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