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Laundry Room Horrors

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It'll take my young samurai assistant a few service calls to toughen up to the harsh reality of working in typical customer laundry rooms. (click the picture for the larger view)[/align]

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This, frankly, is child abuse, Exposing a child of that age to....to...A GE PAIR:yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes::yikes:

And to think I used to respect you.

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You just have to love those customers that have stuff stacked and jammed around all sides of the washer and dryer. They schedule an appointment and know around when you will be there, but do they bother to make the units accessable, NOOOOOO!!!!! we're suspose to work around all the junk........ some people!!!!!!!

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:shock:  seems the one common denominater in all the worlds cultures is to fill the laundry with all the unwanted junk you can find the day before the serviceman is due:yikes:

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Hummmmmm, looks like a clear case of appliance abuse here.......the lid of the washer is caved in, need to pop that back out.  The dryer door handle is taped on!!!  And the top looks to have major paint damage.  Someone please call 1-800-appliance abuse. !!!

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I could sense the concern mounting for my young apprentice so I thought you all would appreciate an update on his status. I placed him on a cocktail of rittalin, prozac, and mescaline and the transformation is really quite extraordinary. Here, see for yourselves:

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Well, Maytag is an improvement on the Great Satan, I suppose....

Lady I used to go to had hers in the garage...place was a disaster area. Someone apparently broke in once, surprised they found anything. Then there was the family with the Neptune outside the back of the house....I kid you not.

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[user=533]Pegi[/user] wrote:

The dryer door handle is taped on!!! 

 

You think that' s bad....I went to one once, rather than spend $5 for a door catch. they'd fitted a door bolt! Drilled the door and front panel, just to stop the door popping open :shock:

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In the first picture, is the young apprentice puking up something GREEN??

or are my eyes failing me?

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He threw up in his mouth but I'm afraid he was unable to swallow all of it back down. Oh, pity the tender, young apprentice!

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The best one I called on was a large Maytag washer that  3 guys had to lift over the chest freezer to get it in, and after 6 yrs it starts leaking........:shock: wall on the right, tub on the left,....................................... A 1 INCH GAP BETWEEN IT AND THE FREEZER, AND YOU WANT ME TO DO @#$%^&*  WHAT????

Some people have no idea:beating:

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Hahahahaha   Kiwi,  NZ laundry and US washer is not a good marriage I'm afraid. My favourites are the ones where they build the laundry after the washer is installed.  Doorway an inch smaller than the washer   DUH!!!!!:shock:

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