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The tub has a crack stackable washer machine.told

The tub has a crack stackable washer machine.told not repairable .can i replace just washer.only bought 6/08

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  • Anonymous Jan 10, 2010

    i did that .they say warranty is only for a year.tried to see if they will replace tub.they go back to warranty. i would pay to have tub replaced,if doable. seems odd that whole unit is trash.i even tried to purchase just the washer from them but they wont or dont do that either.
    thank you anyways for help

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If you bought it brand new in 6/08, try calling Frigidaire yourself and see if they will replace the tub for you. It can't hurt to try.

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  • Jeff Jan 10, 2010

    The tub can be replaced. The problem is the cost, if it is worth the money or not. Sorry to hear Frigidaire will not concede on such a major issue. They all have gone to a one year warranty. That leaves nothing to competition except to compete for the "bells -n- whistles"

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