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Post# 990781   4/15/2018 at 05:16 by Chachp (Conway, AR)        

chachp's profile picture the reverse rack cuz we're movin' on up!!


We are closing on our new house in 11 days and we need to get serious about packing this place up.  I figured this would be my last Bobload in the old Maytag so I thought I would document it for prosperity.  Once we start packing the kitchen I won't be doing much cooking.


I struggled with whether to leave her behind or take her along.  The buyers fell in love with the kitchen the way it is so I thought I'd leave it for them.  Besides the realtor says I gotta go through a bunch of stuff to change it now that we have a contract on the house the way that it is.


What do ya say Bob for ole time sake?  Can I get a thumbs up on this one?

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Post# 990797 , Reply# 1   4/15/2018 at 08:07 by peteski50 (New York)        
Maytag ReverseRack!

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I love those reverse rack DW's - I would take it - the kick of it is the new people may replace it anyway! I never owned one, but I have a friend that had one when she lived in a condo years back. I operated it many times and liked the loading and you can really pack it and everything always came out shinning! The only downside was they were noisy! I wonder if the TOL models were quieter?
Anyway Best Of Luck with your move!

Post# 990798 , Reply# 2   4/15/2018 at 08:27 by appnut (TX)        

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Absolutely Chach!!  Of course BobLoad certification.  My eyes have a bit of moisture in them.  I wish there was a way you could keep the Maytag, especially since it's a true MOL model with heating water buttons.  These are rare. I know that sound kind of selfish.   

Post# 990814 , Reply# 3   4/15/2018 at 11:43 by potatochips (Nova Scotia)        
Quieter TOL?

Hey Pete! I'm not sure if they really are that much quieter. I have a WC202 portable, WU902, and a WU1000 JennAir and they all pretty much sound the same.

Nice load, Chach! Thanks for sharing, and too bad you couldn't keep it but onward and upward, all too often I can pass up on a find all to gave it come back a week later.

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