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#1 Mr. Chris

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Posted 22 April 2005 - 03:22 PM

  • Which brand, in your opinion, needs the most service? the least?
  • Which brand is most expensive to service? the least expensive?
  • Which brand is most difficult to service? easiest?
  • Does an LG refrigerator run more often than another (the LG Kenmore Elite Trio bottom mount has a peak amp draw around 3.6 while the Amana Kenmore Trio bottom mount has a peak amp draw around 7.8)?  Is there a benefit outside of being able to put more items on a generator when you lose electricity ($/year, according to the Energy Guide, has <$5/year difference so that's really a moot point)?
  • What brand makes the best/worst refrigerator?  dishwasher?  electric range?  gas range?  microwave/microwave-hood combo?
  • When cows laugh, does milk come out their noses?
  • Why do we park in driveways and drive in parkways?
  • Why is "abbreviation" such a long word?
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Thanks for the answers!

Chris

 


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#2 Fixum

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Posted 22 April 2005 - 04:03 PM

All need serviec, none are cheep to repair, hold on to yur  and hope that they are working when you get up in the morning, if it ain't broke don't fixi'it

If it is then we can help:banana:

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#3 The Wizard Of Odds!

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Posted 22 April 2005 - 10:31 PM

Yur not askin fur much, arya?

I can't even type out all the answers without getting cognitive over load.




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