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Post# 691963   7/25/2013 at 18:57 (3,954 days old) by goatfarmer (South Bend, home of Champions)        

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Looks to be a BOL, with an older KM dryer. Chicago area

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Post# 692020 , Reply# 1   7/26/2013 at 05:39 (3,954 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        

If the Norge-made washer had not been used, there might still be some life left in it.

Post# 692023 , Reply# 2   7/26/2013 at 05:46 (3,954 days old) by norgeway (mocksville n c )        
Now that!!

Is a real washer!!

Post# 692052 , Reply# 3   7/26/2013 at 08:55 (3,954 days old) by DaveAMKrayoGuy (Oak Park, MI)        

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Looks like the one small knob is either a Water Level or Water Temp...

Kind'a hope it's the former, and the timer dial determines the Temp. rather than be a Timed Fill, vs. Metered Fill...

Would rather see a shot of that--and what makes something that low-line SIX CYCLE...!

-- Dave

Post# 692053 , Reply# 4   7/26/2013 at 09:08 (3,954 days old) by akronman (Akron/Cleveland Ohio)        
cycle count

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Don't ever trust a Cycle Count. I've had washers that counted timer portion REGULAR and GENTLE (2) times 3 temps( HWC on another dial) as 6 cycles. It's marketing/labeling stupidity. I also had a one-speed Admiral that did the agitate/pause/repeat for the gentle cycle and labeled itself as "2 Speed Combinations."  A case can be made that a SOAK cycle or PreWash cycle is a real cycle or not, but counting water temp versus same exact timer portion is cheating, and common with many manufacturers.

Post# 692060 , Reply# 5   7/26/2013 at 09:59 (3,954 days old) by swestoyz (Cedar Falls, IA)        

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I had a BOL model similar to this without the knob. When I removed the back panel from my old one, there was an adjustable pressure switch hiding in there. Same placement as this one.

Water temps were determined by the timer.


Post# 692085 , Reply# 6   7/26/2013 at 13:06 (3,954 days old) by rp2813 (Sannazay)        
@ Tom

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I couldn't have said it better myself!

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