Precisely. It's possible that the dealer will be the manufacturer's
representative (which is another reason to name both - conflict) and it's
likely that one or the other will have the suit dismissed for one reason or
another. You want to make sure someone is left standing. If the manufacturer
claims that they're not responsible because the dealer is, and the dealer
points back, you can let the judge release a fish without losing the case
because *someone* is responsible.
I have to use oxiclean to get out odors. I never thought we were exceptionally Stinky. Well not until we got this washer that hardly uses any water. I go to dollar tree and get their version of generic oxygen cleaner. Seems to work
I don't think it takes a rocket scientist to know that any top loader
without an agitator is going to be worthless. And ONE gallon of water??
Are you serious? Our front loader uses 14 and i thought that was
skimping a bit.
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This is not even new technology. There were agitatorless washers on
the mkt 60 yrs ago. I came by a used one back in the late 70s. I
ditched it after a few months, it never getting clothes clean.
It's unfortunate that GE has sunk so low. They used to make excellent
products. They made one of the best clock radios ever produced in the
late 50s. Mine lasted 20 yrs and I was still seeing like models in
2nd hand shops 10 yrs later. Likewise a toaster. My last washer was
a GE toploaders and would outclean any other washer on the mkt, top or
frontloader. If I ever buy another washer/dryer set, I'll look for a
used set like I had.
Those front loading washing machines are not new. My mother had one in
the 50's made by Westinghouse. It washed and cleaned fine. But still
had to hang clothes out on the line to dry. Used more than gal. of
Drawback of those machines in my opinion is if you forget to put
something in the washer. Don't open while in wash cycle or you will have
a flood in your house.
I'll stick with my Whirlpool washer and dryer I have had for over 20
I wanted a pair of those front loading washer/matching dryer
sets but at the time they cost way too much. Laundry isn't my
life, I just like getting all my dirty clothing etc clean once a week.
Then I read that the wash cycle on those front loaders takes
90 minutes. Holy crow, if that's true it's a deal breaker for me.
That would put the DAY in laundry day for me, forget it.
Somewhere, why, do you have evidence to the contrary? As a
matter of fact, I think it was Consumer Reports, I'm sure that's
not your favorite source. Someone wrote in How can they be
energy saving if they run that long, that's why I noticed it.
The one in my basement is my evidence. It's a Frigidaire model GLTR1670A,
purchased in 2004. It's done in 45-50 minutes, less for the delicate cycle,
and slightly more for the "Heavy Load" cycle. But never more than an hour.
I like Consumer Reports, and I'd be surprised if they made an all-inclusive
statement without actually timing the cycles.
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