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#1 Posted : Friday, October 8, 2010 1:47:15 PM(UTC)
ericscards

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Did I totally screw myself?
My current washer, Amanda unknown model/year stopped aggitating and spinning.
I tried new belt, and checked lid switch and other electrical components.
It apprears it is just the gear assembly so I went and got a used one from a guy nearby who repairs them.
30 day money back guarantee.
And he said if its within a year or so- he will take care of it.
IF it dies in like 3 years, he will repair it for the cost of the parts.

So its a 3.8 cu ft washer over 10 years old.
My wife is freaking out when I told her it was 5 or 6 years old.
Little does she know...

Anyway- I paid $200 for this repaired washer with a decent backing from a guy with 25 years in the business. I picked it up from his shop at his home.
Its not a fly by night operation. Its all her does.

I am just woindering if I would have been better off spending the $475 plus tax plus possible warrenty for a GE front loader high effieicency with all kinds of electronics.
I hear they are hit or miss with repairs and life of the product.
If I had more time, I coulda did more shopping around and maybe even found a free replacement locally.

Any thoughts?
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