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Lost earrings in washer

I have lost a pair of valuable earrings in the washer, they are small enough to fit through the holes. where could they be and how can I find them?

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SOURCE: Small earrings fell into holes on bottom

if they fell through those small holes doubt you'll find them something that small would probably be pumped out and down the drain ..if you haven't used washer since may be lucky enough to find them in pump but doubt it pump is pretty strong and can handle almost anything except socks and thongs

Posted on Sep 11, 2008

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