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 Posted: Wed Aug 16th, 2006 03:44 am
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Samurai Appliance Repair Man



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Konichiwa, Rob, and mucho domos for the one-year later report! Glad that it was a good one, too. :dude:

Just to add my own perspective as a Staber dealer. In the year or so that I've been distributing the Staber washer, I've only had one that had some problems and I was impressed with how quickly Staber responded to make it right by overnighting the part right out to the customer and they were washing their skivvies again the next day. No hassles, no fuss, just done. Kewl.

The Staber is a popular washer with folks who are into self-sufficient living or those who, for whatever reason, have chosen to live a simpler life off the grid. Some friends of ours who live in Vermont on almost 100 undeveloped, off-the grid acres use a Staber washer and love it; very reliable and easy on the solar-powered batteries.

This illustrates a core principle about the happy Staber owner. You gotta be a do-it-yourselfer. The washer is designed to be serviceable by the owner and the company offers excellent, free service support to owners. Staber has made it easy for you to have a low energy, low water consuming washing machine in your remote living location and be able to maintain it yourself.

If you're not a DIYer and expect to call for service, get a commercially available washer from your favorite appliance dealer. Some good ones are Whirlpool Duet, Miele, Asko and Fisher-Paykel.



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