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Post# 1133811   11/17/2021 at 17:37 (828 days old) by pulltostart (Mobile, AL)        

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Paired with a newer WP dryer - $150 for the pair in Knoxville, TN.



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Post# 1133818 , Reply# 1   11/17/2021 at 18:19 (828 days old) by Repairguy (Danbury, Texas)        

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Nice with mini wash! 1972?

Post# 1133824 , Reply# 2   11/17/2021 at 19:05 (828 days old) by pulltostart (Mobile, AL)        

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Definitely no newer than 1972.  1973 debuted a new design.



Post# 1133828 , Reply# 3   11/17/2021 at 19:40 (828 days old) by bradfordwhite (central U.S.)        

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Apparently this is an abandoned druggie house or something. Who lives like this?

But we shouldn't complain as it's the apathetic morals of such that allow a nearly 50 year old appliance, like this, to co-exist so that hunters like ourselves can ultimately enjoy.

I'm just amazed it's lasted all these years. I suppose people who can only afford (or remember) to do laundry once or twice a month saves a lot on detergent and wear and tear on the machines. In fact, I don't see any detergent at all. Maybe they are more of a rinse only and dry with fabric sheets to save spending money on detergent.

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Post# 1133835 , Reply# 4   11/17/2021 at 20:48 (828 days old) by swestoyz (Cedar Falls, IA)        

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Certainly looks like a 1972 N line with the black box surround for the timer, maybe something like a WWA8400N. Really cool washer, bummer of a house it is in.


Post# 1133850 , Reply# 5   11/18/2021 at 02:16 (828 days old) by toploadloyalist (San Luis Obispo, CA)        

I had neighbors back in my childhood who had this particular model in this color. I remember that opening the lid did NOT stop the agitation, as in later models. Any idea what year GE washers first did that?

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