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  1. #14
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    Kitchenaid is Whirlpool's Caddy, not a bad choice. I hate bosch, they are a ***** to work on, but a very good DW. Don't buy Frigidaire anything, ask any appliance tech they will tell you that Frigidaire is the worst. Ge is ok. Maytag is way over rated

  2. #15
    Kitchenaid is reasonable and reliable.
    Maytag makes a good washing machine though.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    That was my next question. Which brand is good for each type of appliance. I myself don't know but maybe these appliance guys can chime in.

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    I still say wife is best dishwasher.No electrical circuits to mal function,& at her age very few moving parts. Some times though i do have to jump start her.

  5. #18
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    I worked on few DW mostly KA.....I like bosch but think they are over priced but they have a stainless tub.Bosch usally has a problem with CB, Bad solder connections or broken finger board. On my third DW now, its a GE, wife hates it, says it doesnt clean very well.She said the best we had was the kenmore(maytag?)


    Look into fridgadare customers seem to happy with them.


    fisher and paykal are nice and fancy but the installtion is critical.

  6. #19
    Maybe BigBird's wife will come live with you, I think she has about had it with that chicken plucker.
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  7. #20
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    Appliance man here

    Mercury---Ford---Lincoln

    Roper---Whirlpool---Kitchen Aid

    Maycor--Maytag---Jennair

    Bosch=expensive and timely repairs

    Good buy is upper line Whirlpool
    Better but is upper line Maytag

    Stay away from Jennair and Kitchen Aid as all you are doing is paying for the name. Stay away from Roper and Maycor as you are paying for test products and scale down models. Stay far far far away from GE and Frigidaire products as they are just pure Sh1t.
    Most reliable and quietest will be Maytag but will cost a little more than Whirlpool. If your looking to spend 450-550 you'll be ok.
    Shane

  8. #21
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    I`ll pay her way, hurry up, times running out.

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    PS:: Now she`s complaining about the fire wood i make her cut & stack. She has to have a hip replacement & she`s complaining about the hard work.Their never satisfied....

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    Originally posted by bigbird
    PS:: Now she`s complaining about the fire wood i make her cut & stack. She has to have a hip replacement & she`s complaining about the hard work.Their never satisfied....
    Hip replacement? Wouldn't it be cheaper just to take her for a long long ride down a deserted road and drop her off.

  11. #24
    Then bird will have to wash dishes and cut firewood.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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  12. #25
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    Can she cook? If so, I may be interested.

  13. #26
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    COOK??? She makes me good swanson TV dinners.
    With my luck if i drove her to the desert my truck would brake down then i`d be stranded with her.

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