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Re: Washer/dryer


I like my Kenmores.  That's all I've ever had though.

On 2/20/07, Kitty <kmrsy@comcast.net> wrote:
>
> Ceres, I bought a set of Magic Chef about 1987 and liked them quite well.
> Replaced them with Maytag Atlantis about 2002.  They work fine but I am
> VERY
> unhappy with them, even though it is not entirely their fault.
>
> When I bought the Maytags, I'd only had the plain Magic Chefs before so I
> thought by getting paying twice as much for a better brand with some of
> the
> options I 'd be doing better.  However, the most important feature was
> missing.  There is no lint trap in the Maytag washer.  The MChef had a
> basket in the center that caught all the lint and cat fur.  I called
> Maytag
> about it and she told me that washers are no longer made with them, the
> lint
> goes out the holes in the sides of the tub.  Well it doesn't, but she was
> right. I went to several stores and couldn't find a single washer that had
> a
> trap.  So now I wash my laundry and put it in the dryer, cat fur and all.
> About 20 minutes into the drying time I have to wipe down the door and
> inside of the dryer to collect fur and lint.  I also have to wipe out the
> fur in the washer tub.  What a pain.  This was not an improvement.  But
> I'm
> stuck with it.
>
> Kitty
> neIN, Zone 5
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: <Cersgarden@aol.com>
> To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
> Sent: Tuesday, February 20, 2007 5:56 PM
> Subject: [CHAT] Washer/dryer
>
>
> > Question for you all, what kind of washer/dryer do you have or want?
> If
> > you
> > have it, are you happy?   What is the best feature?
> >     You know when one goes they all go.   We replaced our furnace last
> > spring but I won one.   Late last fall we replaced the refrigerator and
> > now it is
> > the washer and dryer.   I have never had anything but Maytag and have
> been
> > fully satisfied with each.   My current set is 21 yrs old.   Maytag,
> Iowa
> > owned in
> > the past, have had some real problems recently and I am leaning not to
> > purchase another.   Energy efficient and reliability is the top
> > requirements
> >     Ceres.
> >
> >
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-- 
Pam Evans
Kemp TX
zone 8A

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