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Old 01-08-2018, 05:48 AM
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Alex is an appliance murderer and a
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also, sorry about the dishwasher alex. i would make a woman joke here, but honestly somehow it would get back to my wife and i'll be in a lot of trouble.





































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so they can stand closer to the sink while washing dishes... o.O
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Melissa is the appliance murderer. Car door slammers tend to be culprits.
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We actually bought one of those extended warranties when we bought a new dishwasher years ago (something I rarely do). They ended up paying us to end the contract because of the number of claims. thankfully at that time they had replaced pretty much everything, so it has been ok since then, but yea new appliances are junk and made like crap. That and they are all made in the same factories in China and just rebranded.
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I guess I baby them. Melissa thinks anything can go in the garbage disposal, silverware for example. Don't need to rinse the plate off - just put it in the dishwasher & leave it in there for days before you start it. Then wonder why it doesn't come out clean & or the drain gets clogged. When in doubt slam the door shut like you're mad at it. When the ice maker is full, better keep making ice anyway until something breaks. That kinda stuff.
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I'm the same way. Plus I DIY everything and will always try to fix before I replace. Our dishwasher is over 10 years old and, after doing a little open-part surgery on it a few months ago, works great.
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Old 01-08-2018, 06:32 AM
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Originally Posted by WhrDLMI View Post
Our dishwasher is over 10 years old and, after doing a little open-part surgery on it a few months ago, works great.

I fixed the last one back in 2014 - so I got a few more years out of it. It was over 10 years old then.
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Old 01-08-2018, 06:36 AM
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You kept having control board issues with that one, right? I seem to be getting lucky with the electronics part... I just had to replace a pump and motor. It was actually really easy.
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No that was the oven. I replaced the board once and that one died so we were ovenless for almost 10 years.
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