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Post# 715923   11/17/2013 at 19:35 (3,808 days old) by toploader55 (Massachusetts Sand Bar, Cape Cod)        

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Really...

This is truly upside down. Not the Pic.

And Never used. But it's 6 months old.

Maybe it hasn't been used because it's upside down ?


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Post# 715924 , Reply# 1   11/17/2013 at 19:39 (3,808 days old) by aladude ()        
It's not upside down.

GE makes the dryer like this intentionally. It's for putting above a portable washer.

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Post# 715925 , Reply# 2   11/17/2013 at 19:40 (3,808 days old) by coldspot66 (Plymouth, Mass)        

That is GE's upside down dryer...it mounts on a stand with a portable washer beneath it. I have a NOS one in my basement. They are pretty expensive for what you get. They were paired with the dreadful Franklin style portable washer with the angel wing agitator. Horrible washer from the get go. That dryer is shown in it's normal position. Controls are on the bottom edge of the dryer.

Post# 715926 , Reply# 3   11/17/2013 at 19:44 (3,808 days old) by toploader55 (Massachusetts Sand Bar, Cape Cod)        
Good Lord.

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Had me fooled.

Never saw anything like that ever.


Post# 715998 , Reply# 4   11/18/2013 at 03:59 (3,808 days old) by washdaddy (Baltimore)        

You would think that they would have at least put the dryer on some type of table or built up a shelf of some kind so you wouldn't have to reach down to the floor every time you turned the dryer on.

Post# 716088 , Reply# 5   11/18/2013 at 16:34 (3,808 days old) by bajaespuma (Connecticut)        

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I had that kind of dryer in an apartment once; it was mounted over a full-sized Filter-Flo washer. I thought it was a clever solution to the problem and the dryer worked well for its size.


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