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Easy Spindrier
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Post# 1025693   2/26/2019 at 09:17 by NTM (Winnsboro, SC)        

While cleaning out a barn recently, I came across an old Easy Spindrier washing machine that I think my great-grandmother used. It is in relatively poor shape. The lever for the spinner is missing, it has lost both of the compartment tops, and I have absolutely no idea about the condition of the actual mechanics. Additionally, much of the paint has come off and there is a large dent in the washing tub. I am not sure which model it is, but I would imagine it to be from the 40s.
It does still have the agitator and the spinning basket, as well as the control knob. I have not been able to get a very close look at it due to its location in a dark corner with other junk piled in front of it.
I would love to be able to use it again, but do you all think I might be able to repair it, or is it even worth it? Could I find parts? Any information would be appreciated.

Post# 1025738 , Reply# 1   2/26/2019 at 16:15 by Stan (Napa CA)        

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I'd get it out of there to daylight and post pics here for someone to help you assess the situation.

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