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Post# 1021140   1/14/2019 at 10:29 by Stricklybojack (San Diego, CA)        

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I can buy up to 3 washers identical to the photo for $70 each. They are 6.5 years old and have been in an apartment type setting. Currently one leaks, one is noisy on spin, and the other is without issue.
Over the years I am told struts, a motor board, a door boot, and a pump have found their way into these units.
What does a basic rebuild entail in parts? Struts, bearings, seals, and ancillary no doubt.
Wondering how well these pencil out as a buy and if I am up to the repair work.

Also, how do the wash programs differ on these from the made for home version? Longer cycles, shorter, more or less water etc...


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