|View single post by Ace Barker|
|Posted: Thu Jan 18th, 2007 01:41 pm||
|I will do the bleach thing a little more with the whites and also add that surge protector.
I have heard of folks leaving the door cracked as well to prevent as much mold on the seal. I have found that a little bleach helps keep that under control.
I bought this washer with the intent of it lasting more than four years with $400 worth of parts and my time.
Hopefully these repairs will last a bit longer.
I am asuuming the conversion motor and control is to stop some of these problems?
Hey thanks for the quick responses. The wife is ready for this to be fixed. Once it's back working we may kill it with the backed up laundry. :-)
Last edited on Thu Jan 18th, 2007 01:42 pm by Ace Barker