On Thu, 18 Sep 2003 19:21:48 +0100, Mary Pegg wrote:
Because it's cheaper in the long run - after all, the cost of replacing
your carpet when your rebalanced washing machine drum sheds a bearing and
makes a good attempt to escape via the front of the machine, causing the
whole assembly to bodily leap forwards two feet and crush your cat all
over the new damn carpet is somewhat higher than paying a repairman.
It's probably less traumatic for the cat as well.
Certainly not; we started with one machine salvaged from my garden
(don't ask), and one borked machine, and two of unknown provenance.
Now just got find something out about the Torch Z80 Co-pro that one of
them has in.
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