Okay which one of you flew to my house and broke my washing machine? Come on! I know it was one of you!
hehe trying to get outa my funk
But yea my washing machine died
check the fuse before you call any body or buy anything, .60 can save you hundreds!
not the fuse..it's the actual machine part inside that spins around...I think it fell of the track or something
Oh in that case put it in the front yard and fill it with flowers, Blueduck would!
We had to replace ours this year. We had called out Sears to fix it but the technician told my wife it was our floor that was the problem. Wy wife escorted him out and we have a new machine now. Still no floor problems with this one!
Floors cause lots of damage every year, I'm thinking of creating a ribbon so we don't forget!
If I flew to your house, I could think of way more fun stuff to do then break your washing machine. but hey...now you have a real good excuse for skipping laundry!
Bad juju there, lol. Sounds like the foot may be off or have slipped. Get the hubby to look at it and see whats going on underneath before you do any more washing or replace it.
ok CW time for you to fess up now:
What EXACTLY were u doing on top of it????
Oh jeez I knew someone would take it there and can't do anything ontop of it..it's outside and has the dryer right on top of it so can't do anything LMAO
hmm....ALL the more reason u shouldn't have tried to!
But but I didn't I swear! I ain't into ppl watching
by Eric Graudins 11 years ago
Have a look at what a bit of clever writing can do to the price of an ordinary old washing machine for sale on Trade Me, a New Zealand auction site. This is HILARIOUS!Especially the last line.And the comments.This person should be at hubPages. http://www.trademe.co.nz/Browse/Listing …...
by tracy baldwin 10 years ago
washing machine drum is not moving but motor is what could the problem be.the belt has not snapped & the filter is clear.
by Mazlan 8 years ago
Would you buy front loading or top loading washing machine?Front loading claimed to give you a cleaner wash, but it takes ages to wash. Top loading uses more water but washed faster.
by Patty Inglish MS 8 years ago
What is the silliest thing you have accidentally run through the washing machine?I recently washed a thick paperback book - didn't hurt the laundry, but some pages joined in a kind of paper mache. It was a good book, too.
by monamh 10 years ago
i have a front loading washing machine and it makes a loud banging noise during the spin cycle. ...what could it be? maybe a belt has come lose or broke?
by Lee Douglas 9 years ago
What's the easiest way to get a washing machine up a flight of stairs?My washing machine broke, and a friend is lending me their "spare one" (I don't know why you'd have a spare one), but I live in a first floor flat, and I have no idea how we are going to get mine out, and there's in!
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