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We purchased a frigidaire front loading washer on June 17th 2008 from Future shop. It is now making a terrible banging noise in the spin cycle. Future shop tells us that it is still under frigidaire warranty, and that you will send a repair person to take a look. Please give me the right contacts for Calgary Alberta. Thank you Jan Cormeau 403-874-8988 jcor@shaw.ca

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Totem appliance 403-248-1721. They'll need to see the bill of sale to get it covered under warranty.

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