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New to Fix ya asked my dishwasher question under washing mahines - woops. Can I remove it?

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You can click on Report Abuse and select it's in the wrong category:
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Posted on Jan 19, 2013

  • Alan Ferguson Aug 16, 2013

    I did the same thing and want to remove, but the Report Abuse flag does not appear on my question page.

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    Janis Aug 16, 2013

    Hi, try this:



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