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Re: Washer/dryer

Can't remember how long I've had my Maytag, but it has been
great.  Can't even remember when we had to have it serviced -
better knock on wood.  I had a Sears once and hated it.  We 
will be refrigerator shopping soon.  What do you recommend:

In a message dated 02/20/2007 5:58:33 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
Cersgarden@aol.com writes:
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

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