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atomicjon

Maytag Washer and Dryer - Keep, or...?

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These were purchased (through Home Depot)  in 10/04, and thus NOT eligible for the class-action lawsuit.  No payments, no interest for 12 months, hence they're not paid for yet.  Only problem so far: excessive condensation from UPPER drying cabinet.  Three repair calls - no fix - new unit - same problem - we've "learned" to live with it.  Since these are SUPPOSEDLY redesigned units, they might last.  Any opinions or experiences with these models (like the condensation issue?)?  Again, I can return them up to 9/05, but there needs to be a reason (like, they're breaking down all over the web...).   Currently fat dumb & happy  concerned about future..... 

After all these years I could FINALLY afford a Maytag and NOW everyone says they're junk?  Can't win for losing.....

 

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Seems like the unresolved condensation problem is all the excuse you need to return them.

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Any reason why you cant just exchange the dryer for a regular Neptune dryer?

 

Ill be waiting with my PU truck when you decide to dump them. ;)

 

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