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My washer i need some one to come to my house and fix my washer

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I would start with where you bought your washer.

If they are not available, look in the yellow pages for someone who works on your Washer Manufacturer. There are alot of competent technicians available. you could also ask neighbors friend or coworkers who they would recommend. I would try to find someone who has been in the area and is established. If they cant fix it they will make a recommendation on a replacement.

Your service tech make give you some advise.
Sometimes its hard to justify buying new. however I would not stick more the half of the replacement cost in a repair.
Best of luck! T

Posted on Jul 03, 2008

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