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Monday, May 02, 2005


Here's a sorry story: a five-year old GE washer and the transmission is fried. And, naturally, it's just out of warranty. Yep, a common story with GE. As much as we keep warning people about GE, folks keep buying GE crap, "'cuz they sell 'em at Home Despot, an' all." So, the freak show continues.

Here's a clue: just because it's good to own GE stock, that does not mean it's good to own their appliances. Think on these things.

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At least you made it five years. My transmission went out after three years and the part costs almost as much as buying a new machine. I'm switching.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at June 21, 2005 3:33 AM  

You got robbed by your service co. The transmission is under warranty, and the spin bearing is only $13.00 (approx). A new tub seal comes with the transmission.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at July 05, 2005 8:55 AM  

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