I don't know how I would even drain the hoses. They are inside the washer. I didn't tell her about my safety, either. She was just afraid that I messed it up by putting it on its side. It's all good, tho. She said it was like Christmas.<quoted text>
Ok! I had to laugh while reading that! Next time drain the hoses! I understand her being upset about your safety and not having a working washer! Really because after the washer was fixed my dryer went out this last winter...we bought a new one! Thank God no waiting!
$50. you're lucky we paid out about $250. in service calls & labor cost! The parts were covered or we called and they gave them free being a 2 year old washer they wanted us to be happy I guess. The dryer was old! Older than our home! My husband opened up the little panel in the back and said it's the belt could be easy could be hard to fix. It's old anyway let's get a new one!
Yes, I imagined if I called it would have been about $250.
You are lucky your dryer lasted so long. Things aren't made like they used to be. Our fridge (GE profile) already needs to be replaced and it's only 6 years old (our neighbors (not the crazy one) has the same one and they've had nothing but problems too). Everything that has gone out on ours has gone out on theirs too. It's garbage (repair man said whirlpool is the way to go, FWIW).