This is Ole Faithful. It is of a venerable age and would still have a good home if it had not decided to succumb to stubbornness.
It notified us by a burning electrical odor. We had never smelled that before, in all its life. It was more likely to remove than to produce smells.
It was a Maytag when it worked. Now it is one of the largest paper weights in the world. It died (moment of silence) yesterday around mid-day.
J said it was not revive-able due to its great age. Also said that perhaps I should decide on a new one. Huh, comparison shopper is one of my middle names. So is emergency shopper.
Now, this is the unbelievable part: a Maytag, which used to live at Best Buy, is being adopted by us and
There is more goodness. The specs on the 'net site said that the new one does not have a hand wash cycle. Other cycles yes, but not that one. Except, except, when BigEd and I went to actually meet it in person, we found that it does! Same model number. I checked.
Oh, yes, someone who had rated a washer for Best Buy
It is ironic that, after being so pleased about the hand wash cycle, the first load is going to be a bunch of towels . . .