Thread Number: 83982
/ Tag: Vintage Dishwashers
Said good bye to the Kenmores
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|Post# 1083265   7/31/2020 at 13:39 (963 days old) by rpms (ontario canada)  || |
After 26 years of faithful service my Kenmore up and died.
It put up a hard fight right to the end.
Having an extra one in the basement it was pressed into service.
It was donated to a church rummage sale by my grade 6 teacher and it had a note on it that it had a new memory board. Well,the only cycle that would complete was the rinse and hold.
It just wasn't working well and way more noisy than his cousin. You could feel the floor shake. It was also discolored too from age and since the kitchen is getting a make over it was time for it to go and I didn't trust it.
I have to say the last supper it did was impressive.Three rinse and hold,6 minutes tops for washing and rinsing and EVERYTHING came out clean.
Today,a new Frigidaire arrived.
I might regret this buy. Hopefully not.
The owner of the hardware knock $50 bucks off and free delivery. There is also not much choice in this small town.There is a GE dealer one town over who is kinda shady.
I do like that there is no tower in the bottom of the new dishwasher.Great for cramming a roasting pan in. Wine glasses hold nicely. I just hope it last for a few years and I don't hate it.
Nothing like the smell of a new dishwasher or a instruction book to read.
|Post# 1083267 , Reply# 1   7/31/2020 at 14:01 (963 days old) by RP2813 (Sannazay)  || |