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Posted by1 hour ago

Hey just got a new fridge. Couldn't have it installed by Best Buy cause they don't "work with plastic water lines" and then had a plumber come to install the new fridge. Only thing is he couldn't test it cause we lost power due to Isiashs.

Just got power back and went to get water from fridge and nothing came out.

Does it usually take a while or do I need to call the plumber back?

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Posted by8 hours ago

My extremely old washing machine that I bought second hand who knows how many years ago has failed in a spectacular way. During the spin cycle, it started clunking very loudly, so I rushed in to turn it off. A smell of excessively hot something and a few wisps of smoke. It's dead, Jim.

So I need a new one. A reliable machine that washes clothes. That's it.

I have hardly any clue, but a quick look around shows LG widely recommended and so I'm considering LG FH4U2VCN2. They have such convenient names. Anyway, that's £400 plus delivery plus installation plus taking away the old one, so £465. There is a free delivery option, but I'd rather pay £20 for a 4 hour window than nothing for a 12 hour window from 0700 to 1900.

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Posted by6 hours ago

Looking for opinions on fridges, Samsung french door has crapped the bed (ice forming on the back wall, repeat issue). Have about 32-34" wall space for one. Would like ice/water in the door. Any suggestions? Price range is 1500-2500 located in central Alberta

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Posted by10 hours ago

外围体育投注I've had two touch panel refrigerators and both of them have had touch panels that died. They can cost easily one third the price of the refrigerator and when they die ends any hope of getting water or ice. The refrigerators I grew up had mechanical controls and never failed. Are they like that still made or should I refurbish an older refrigerator?

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This sub-reddit is for almost anything having to do with appliances except advertising or link spam. Need to fix your stove, cook-top, oven, refrigerator, washer or dryer? Thinking about buying a new one? You've come to the right place! Feel free to post your questions, comments or complaints! If you sell or service appliances, I encourage you to support reddit and buy some ads. Advertising is not allowed in /r/Appliances
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