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 Posted: Fri Jul 2nd, 2010 10:00 pm
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Neptune washer fine

benefit from class action

new parts anyway



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Neptunes will vanish

The root of many hemroids

Rectums will rejoice



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one day mine will die

but for now it works just fine

got my money's worth



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Lucky you are very

To have swayed from malfunction

The Gods favor you



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What's really sad, is I met one of the engineers of the Neptune front load washer before it even went into production.  He took us to dinner and showed us a prototype of the MAH3000AWW  and showed us how servicer friendly it was.

I pointed out the door boot will collect water and be a source of mold and mildew growth and he reported that to the sales dept.   The CEO of Maytag at the time told him not to worry about that and told him it's a customer education problem.

I also stated that the wax motor in the door lock should be a solenoid, not a wax motor.  Wax motors have a tendency to overheat and draw too many amps, causing a control board problem, again, the CEO told him not to worry about that, cause a wax motor is cheaper than a solenoid.

At least Whirlpool did the right thing when they designed the direct drive top loader washer. They actually asked technicians what they wanted to see from a service standpoint, and they designed the washer with technicians in mind. What a concept!

 



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Gushing and stinking:

two things with this in common?

Neptunes and rectums.



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Ha ha, yes indeed
Striking similarities
A true "reflection"



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