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Lost retainers, possibly in washer

Hi, I have been looking everywhere for my lost dental retainers and the only other possibility I can think of is that I had them in a pocket and may have washed them. I have just a standard washing machine, not front load type. Before I go taking things apart, is it possible they are under the center aggitator? Thanks so much for any help or advice!
Lori

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  • stavangirls0 Feb 06, 2009

    Thanks for saving me the trouble. I may have to accept that my retainer may have taken up residence with sevveral stray socks some place man will never know about. Lol. Thanks again!

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This is joyce
It is not possible that the retainer is under the aggitator, it usually would be in the bottom of the machine.
I hope you find it.
thanks
joyce

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  • JOYCE BROOKS Feb 06, 2009

    sorry I hope you find it because they are very exspensive, I know I had one. but I am glad you didnt have to take apart your washer, I left mine on the table at a restrant and they trew in garbage and I had to dig for it. ha ha



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