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How to "fix" a washer
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Post# 1081584   7/19/2020 at 07:41 (982 days old) by DADoES (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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It's a Kenmore DD but the design is almost 40 years now so it fits here.

Post# 1081596 , Reply# 1   7/19/2020 at 10:13 (982 days old) by cuffs054 (MONTICELLO, GA)        

He certainly got it apart!

Post# 1081601 , Reply# 2   7/19/2020 at 11:08 (982 days old) by akronman (Akron/Cleveland Ohio)        

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that was kinda fun

Post# 1081602 , Reply# 3   7/19/2020 at 11:13 (982 days old) by sprog (Boston)        
How not to fix an automatic washer!

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what can I say... this was hard to watch.
3:14 how to shred your flesh and possibly destroy your washer in one easy step.

Post# 1081611 , Reply# 4   7/19/2020 at 12:12 (982 days old) by Repairguy (Danbury, Texas)        

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LMAO!!!! Thanks for posting I needed a good laugh today. That poor washer! If he would’ve done a quick search on how to take the machine apart it probably would have saved him a flooded house. After the first spin the fill flume probably fell out of place again.

Post# 1081628 , Reply# 5   7/19/2020 at 14:13 (982 days old) by Mis-T (Minnesota)        
That's hilarious


Post# 1081635 , Reply# 6   7/19/2020 at 14:37 (982 days old) by combo52 (50 Year Repair Tech Beltsville,Md)        
Yes How Not To Fix A Washer

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Hopefully for his wife's sake he is better in bed than fixing things around the house, LOl


John L.

Post# 1081636 , Reply# 7   7/19/2020 at 15:20 (982 days old) by robbinsandmyers (Conn)        

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Dont let him anywhere near a vintage machine!

Post# 1081650 , Reply# 8   7/19/2020 at 17:15 (981 days old) by Gyrafoam (Roanoke, VA)        

That is really funny. The water pump is hilarious,too. Not a bit afraid of that torch!
I am surprised he was so concerned with water since the cleanest thing I saw in the house is the dog.

Post# 1081652 , Reply# 9   7/19/2020 at 17:36 (981 days old) by imperial70 (MA USA)        
he was joking right?

He was being satirical I hope.

Post# 1081661 , Reply# 10   7/19/2020 at 18:59 (981 days old) by eurekastar (Amarillo, Texas)        

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Bless his heart...he was inhaling mold spores that lingered behind the washing machine!

Post# 1081667 , Reply# 11   7/19/2020 at 19:20 (981 days old) by whirlykenmore78 (Prior Lake MN (GMT-0600-CST.))        

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And I thought Tim the Tool Man pulled some stupid ones on Home Improvement!  I would not hire this moron to fix a garbage can.  John: I agree, if I was this stupid and rough Katie would not have married me.


Post# 1081689 , Reply# 12   7/19/2020 at 23:53 (981 days old) by Tolivac (greenville nc)        

Yesterday watched him repair a Ditch Witch wheel trencher.He did well on that-but watching him try to o take a hydraulic cylinder apart-was leakin.And he was feeling around he cylinder while the engine was on.Great way to get a fluid injection injury!This man diid better with it the trencher repair than his washer.

Post# 1081694 , Reply# 13   7/20/2020 at 00:10 (981 days old) by robbinsandmyers (Conn)        

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That was rich when the water shot out of the faucet into that basin when he was purging the air and it scared the crap out of him lol

Post# 1081917 , Reply# 14   7/21/2020 at 18:37 (979 days old) by mistereric (New Jersey (Taylor Ham))        

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Andrew Camaratta is a lot of fun to watch... this one did make me cringe a bit tho.

Post# 1081944 , Reply# 15   7/22/2020 at 00:50 (979 days old) by tolivac (greenville nc)        

His videos on him running equipment such as skid steers,loaders,backhoes,bulldozers,and backhoes are fun to watch.He does those well--but sometimes I would question his repairs-esp the washer.He was good at making a replacement cover for one of the parts of his "new" trencher-he cut out a piece of sheet steel with his Milwaulkee metal cutter circular saw-have one of those-fun to use and handy!

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