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Post# 1127708   9/4/2021 at 09:48 (567 days old) by mistereric (New Jersey (Taylor Ham))        

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Well, I think it's time to offer up this beast for someone who has more time for it than I do. It was given to me for nothing, and I'm offering it up for the same.

The machine is working. Mostly. Recently, it's started not draining on it own, and not recirculating water consistently. Also, the tub is sagging to the back left. The machine was missing feet when I got it, and recently the last one broke off.

I like the machine, but I don't have time to repair it, nor the know how. My use case for a machine that could handle pet fur never materialized either. Also I only have so much space, and I'm looking for something that better suits our situation.

Included are two mini-baskets with their filter pans, a standard filter pan, and a fabric softener dispenser.

Any questions, please don't hesitate!


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Post# 1127709 , Reply# 1   9/4/2021 at 09:56 (567 days old) by mistereric (New Jersey (Taylor Ham))        

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Post# 1127710 , Reply# 2   9/4/2021 at 10:02 (567 days old) by mistereric (New Jersey (Taylor Ham))        

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Post# 1127718 , Reply# 3   9/4/2021 at 11:25 (567 days old) by Repairguy (Danbury, Texas)        

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Thatís awesome of you to pass this machine on. I hope someone takes you up on your offer as these were great machines. This one was built in February 1991. The mini baskets, filter pans, and softener dispensers are probably worth more than the machine itself these days. Lol!

Post# 1127855 , Reply# 4   9/6/2021 at 00:09 (566 days old) by PhilaTwin (Philadelphia)        

I've been lurking on this website for wayyyy long, and had to finally become a member to make sure this machine doesn't go to waste. This one would be my 'dream' machine if I were to choose one. The repairs it needs are just part of the game, so I'm not intimidated. If there's a longer tenured member who is interested in this machine, that's fine mistereric. But now you know you have at least one person who can step in if needed. Send me an email if you want to talk about it further.



Post# 1128107 , Reply# 5   9/8/2021 at 19:56 (563 days old) by mistereric (New Jersey (Taylor Ham))        

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Hi all,

Some other info - the machine does spin, but does not always drain.

Also, I prefer to keep the whole set together.

Melvin - I'm glad to give it a good home with someone who can maintain it and enjoy it. It was given to me, so its only fair.

Keith - I've reached out, will let you know.

Thanks!



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