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TeeJ

Inexpensive dryer reccomendation

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I'm looking for an inexpensive electric dryer. Our gas dryer started leaking gas this weekend, and while I'm thinking it would be a quick fix, the dear wife is freaked out about the leak and is putting the foot down on a new electric dryer.

I haven't bought an electronic one in over two decades - any recommendations?

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Need appliance parts? Call 877-803-7957 now!

depending on where you live,

Electrical heating is 3x the cost of Gas heating

Electricity can "leak" also ..

Home Depot & Lowes sometimes have there Dryers and TopLoad Washers on sale every few months.

sometimes as low as $249..

but now they are about $ 349

http://appliantology.org/topic/27537-249-ea-whoo-hoo-admiral-whirlpool-topload-washer-dryer-back-to-249-ea/

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