Why are prices so different?
For Kenmore machine made by Whirlpool
How can the two places have such different prices?
$16.19 + $6.25 shipping = $22.44.
Says it's Whirlpool OEM Part #WP95405
$28.68 won't give the shipping charge until I fill in my name,
Also seems to promise incredible delivery, so maybe it's expensive:
Ship to Baltimore, MD
Order in the next 24 hrs.39 mins. to arrive Thursday, May 26, 2016
It's 2:20PM on the 25th now so that means I can wait until 3PM
tomorrow and still get it delivered tomorrow! Does that seem
believable or did they make a programming error?
(not only that, but the time I have left to order ticks down without
my reloading the screen!)
Several of the prices at the cheaper one were labeled, online, OEM
Whirlpoool . Plus they had videos of how things worked and how to
I've never gotten it straight if the more expensive one, on the parts
I looked at, SearsPartsDirect, was part of Sears or not.
Have you ever heard of "supply and demand?" Capitalism.
It's what your wacky left is against. If Bernie was to have his way both of those places would have to charge the same price
-- probably about $60.00 plus $10 or $12 dollars for shipping.
Let me ask you this. Have your health insurance rates and deductibles increased or decreased with obamacare?
Give me an example or two of the right lying. Here's just a few of your hero's lies that I can think of off the top of my
"I do solemnly swear that I will faithfully execute the Office of President of the United States, and will to the best of my
Ability, preserve, protect and defend the Constitution of the United States." He said that lie twice!
"If you like your doctorΒ "
The Fort Hood shooting was "workplace violence."
The Benghazi attack was because of a video.
Crap, I forgot another one of obummer's good lies when he sent Suzy out to say that Bergdahl "served the United States with
honor and distinction." obama doesn't know what honor and distinction even is.
Here we go again. You ask me a question and I answer it. I ask you a question and you run and hide like a scared little kid.
Why is it that you can't defend your liberal beliefs with facts? That's the real question.
Easy to answer. RepairClinic is a reputable supplier of parts for
appliances and they make a profit on what they sell. They also help
you with videos and such.
Sears is an old style business that uses their reputation of 50 years
ago to justify exorbitant prices.
Your example is why I've not gone to Sears for decades. In the past
40+ years I've been to their store maybe 8 times and actually bought 3
times. Their business model does not work in 2016.
Works well enough that I bought my new appliances there . They beat
HomeyDepot and Blowes both on very similar models . And I didn't need to
drive 50 miles to shop there ...
But I don't buy parts there as a general rule . Other outlets do have
better prices for the same parts most of the time .
On Fri, 27 May 2016 17:57:44 -0600, Bob Beermeister
Wow. Grainger of course had the advantage of being right there, but
Amazon is trying to lessen that advantage.
Looking at videos about fixing dryers, maybe this isnt' the best one
but the repair guy has an electric screwdriver that looks like it's
shaped like a Derringer. Much nicer in my opinion than one shaped
like a fat pencil. It has a light too, that seemed to light up only
the screw. He's British so maybe he bought it when he was visiting
his parents. This shows it better than any other place:
At 7:40 in https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iBrVON2p3Yc
This is all I found for sale
This one is pink:
It has the light, and it charges from USB. This might be it.
For this one, they really wanted it to look like a gun, but it's 2"
longer, 2" higher, and 1" wider.
(Amazon.com product link shortened)
This one is bigger yet.
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If it's going to be as big as the last two, I'd go back to the pencil
shaped one, I think, but I really want the one he's holding, which I
think is a lot smaller than the first one, even.
Anyone know what it is?
britishjames.com seems to be gone.
He mentions that Whirlpool dryers have (had) been the same for 30
years. I have experience with several washers so I'm not surprised.
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