7 LAMPSTICKS 7 FEASTS 7 AGES OF DISPENSATION wrote:
Yes, I bought my new microwave oven. It's totally cool with sensor
I bought it factory reconditioned for half price and full warranty.
This was way better advice than putzing around with an outdated piece
On Tue, 26 Dec 2006 17:15:29 -0500, "Charles Schuler"
I agree. My 1971 Montgomery Ward MW is still doing fine and the
mechanicalk timer will never die from a lightning hit.
New MWs are like new TVs they are always on and most fail because the
clock gets blown up.
Who would try "serious cooking" in a microwave? Certainly not a
serious chef. They are just for heating things. I had a microwave,
given to me as a gift, that had all the bells and whistles on it in my
condo. I never used any of them. After a big thunderstorm is was solid
waste. The magnetron was fine, the clock wouldn't light up so it was
useless. We ended up putting a springwound timer in a hole drilled
through the keypad and usiing it in my office.
On Wed, 27 Dec 2006 18:54:09 -0500, "Charles Schuler"
It is true. This was a big Amana and the clock was toast. A
Grainge/intermatic spst timer replaced that whole clock board with 2
wires. All the interlocks remained untouched. For all I know they
still have it.
Met a guy recently who told me he was in "solid waste disposal." He
amplified: "I'm a Houston Police Officer."
Several Houston PD officers got in trouble a number of years ago when they
threw a handcuffed Latino in Buffalo Bayou. He drowned.
This cowardly act gave rise to the annual celebration "Sinko de Bayou."
I guess the point is: you don't jack around with a Houston policeman. I
understand they've been having a ball for the past year what with all the
HomeOwnersHub.com is a website for homeowners and building and maintenance pros. It is not affiliated with any of the manufacturers or service providers discussed here.
All logos and trade names are the property of their respective owners.