Discussion in 'The Bar' started by DrivenByDemons, Jun 12, 2013.
Now I can finally take her down there and hit it anal style on the washing machine.
Save me the trouble. To which thread is this referring? I hear the washer in spin cycle is a real trip!
I throw an off-balance load in that bitch. If you know what im sayin.
Put some tennis shoes in there.
Do you generally lube them first or just put them right in?
Scrub the place with bleach first
Rich people like me have an unbalanced load adjuster on their washers.
Pics or gtfo.
So, if you have a blanket in there, it doesn't make a lot of noise? Ours does. It doesn't hop across the room like the old ones did but you can still hear the tub bouncing around on spin.
It will figure out it's going to jump around after the first spin or so, and then it will reset itself and fill up with water over and over again until it rebalances itself. It seems completely wasteful. I usually just stop the machine and rearrange stuff in there.
Wtf? Are you real life?
if only Maytag made people
Jealous because I can afford a washing machine.
The only reason we got a new one was because I was taking apart the washer myself and fixing it because the entire tub was falling off when there was an unbalanced load.
I can afford a washing machine! I take care of my kids!
My wife hates me doing laundry. Ours may do that and I don't even know it. I only do laundry when she's out of town and then only my stuff and maybe towels. We have one of those really expensive front loaders that does the exact same thing as the much, much cheaper top loaders.
We had bought a front loader but it didn't fit into the laundry room. The store delivery people had to take it back. It was a sad day.
Middle class people problems. Our laundry room has 2 front loaders on pedestals.
Other than the larger capacity, I don't think they are any big deal. They do save water but I think the clothes sometimes don't get as clean because of it. If I had a choice, I'd get an old style top loader washer and dryer. The bonus is that I can repair those units and I wouldn't know where to start on the front loader unless it was something obvious.