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Yeah. Chances are anyone selling one that cheap knows there's something wrong with it.IDK, you might get one or two loads out of it before it catches your home on fire.
On the topic of washing machines, I think my dad has finally completely borked the door on our frontloader (remember I said he's obsessed with the laundry and washes clothes every day?).
Well, I'm not entirely sure what happened but our washer and dryer was only ever a pretty tight fit in there. They can be stacked by my mother didn't want them stacked. So when you open or close the door to that room, the edge of the door only clears the washer by a tiny bit.
Well, at least that's how it used to be. Over time, I guess the washer walked itself forward just slightly because now you have to turn the doorknob to make the door miss the plastic frame of the washer door. Maybe you can guess where this is going? One fine day, I found a large crack in the plastic of the washer door frame. I am not sure whether my dad grazed the plastic with the door and cracked it or he may have had the washer door open and accidentally slammed the room door against it trying to close it from the inside.
Whatever the case, I taped the plastic crack and told them they needed to get the repair dudes out here before things got worse. The washer weighs a ton and I cant move it or else I'd have moved it back a bit.
They never got the repair dudes out here and now it's getting worse. I think my dad definitely must have done something else to it because now the door is wobbling. Which is really bad on a frontloader. I told them they're gonna end up flooding the place if they don't get it fixed. They're still messing around with gorilla tape. This won't end well.