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Very Late GE FF w/ Touchpad Cycle Options - (Detroit CL)
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Post# 975822   12/27/2017 at 22:24 (298 days old) by speedqueen (Harrison Twp, Michigan)        

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"GE profile 12 cycle washer and 6 cycle gas dryer for sale. Matching pair.

Heavy duty, Extra large capacity. Used but in excellent condition and fully working.

Normal usage scratches, but no dents or damage.

Dryer is making noise, but dries clothes fine without any problems.

You have to pick up from Troy.

Both at $299 OBO

You can leave me a voice mail or text me at
TWO-4-8 7-7-EIGHT 6-1-5-THREE "


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Post# 975824 , Reply# 1   12/27/2017 at 22:29 (298 days old) by appnut (TX)        

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That's a Hotpoint rim-flo with a GE skin. 


Post# 976029 , Reply# 2   12/29/2017 at 16:29 (296 days old) by bajaespuma (Connecticut)        
not really

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That's a 100% GE Filter-Flo washer with the filter pan widened and then mounted on the rim of the tub rather than the top of the agitator with the old filter flume capped underneath the rubber rim guard and redirected down towards the aforementioned filter. The first GE automatics had this type of lint filter which disappeared after a couple of years (resurrected later as the Filter-Flo).

 

No Taylor Avenue Hotpoint washer ever had a "Rim-Flo". There was no "Hotpoint" rim filter until the brand was totally assimilated by GE and equipped with a few cosmetic alterations to convince the public that this was a sovereign brand when in fact, it was a close clone, 95% GE and barely 4% Hotpoint. Not even as distinct as a Kenmore from a Whirlpool.

 

Some prefer the rim-flow design to the Filter-Flo, but I've always appreciated the option of removing the lint manually rather than allow it to add to the non-biodegradable crud in my already challenged septic system and leaching field. In reality the amount of lint is so minimal unless you are Armenian or own a dog.


Post# 976136 , Reply# 3   12/30/2017 at 12:25 (295 days old) by fan-of-fans (Florida)        
Not quite a Profile set

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The Profile model of this washer actually had the Filter Flo pan, and I think still had the mini-basket. Not sure what the difference between the dryer was.

I'd say these are pretty close to Profile, maybe just below the TOL given all of the options.


Post# 976154 , Reply# 4   12/30/2017 at 15:33 (295 days old) by goatfarmer (South Bend, home of Champions)        

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I've picked up probably 10-12 of those washers over the years. Each one had a major oil leak.





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