we had some old primitive thing washing our clothes.
the beast would choose whether or not it felt like spinning.
i would get sopping wet piles of laundry that i had to start the spin by hand.
what? is this 1960?
with the water and electric bill we decided to go high efficiency.
little did i know we ordered a time machine
complete with a flux capacitor…
i kid, i kid ;P
ok so the above shot is me removing the back of the machine
to fix the dent in this
it was scraping as it spun.
the delivery guy doesn’t know how to install (air freight)
but he brought it inside for me because i asked him to.
the metal dent was easy to pop out and easy to fix.
i hooked up the water, drain, put into place (so heavy) and then i had to level the thing.
i tried and tried
i ended up bending the tool that came with it for leveling.
glad you didn’t see the positions i contorted myself into trying.
it wasn’t budging, so i called Dan Dan the handyman.
he said the locknut was stuck so it was a toughie.
he got it after several trips to his truck tool box,
while i sat and ate basil and tomatoes for lunch.
he found a huge, fun box when he woke from his nap.
on spin cycle
my laundry finally spins like it’s supposed to.
gotta love clean laundry,
i got it all done in 3 hours.
piles and piles gone.
maybe it is a time machine.
do you have any quirky appliances?
do you have to jimmy rig them or work around them?
do they kinda have a personality?
have a wonderful weekend!