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  • Patricia G. 30 days ago
    When it can no longer be repaired. Don't send them to landfills if they can be repaired.
  • Chris G. 30 days ago
    I replace mine when my brothers can't fix it anymore then I look around for another used one. The older ones last 20-30 years and the last new one I bought didn't even last 5 years and they told me that it wasn't made to last forever. Ever since I have bought used ones. I paid $25 for my last one and it has lasted me 10 years now. I only use cold and we make sure to use the correct water level every time. We hang our clothes on the line, on the deck, or on our laundry stands we brought back from the PX overseas. We only use the dryer when we have to. I WILL NEVER EVER BUY A FRONT LOADER. I grew up with them when we were stationed overseas and I HATE them.
  • tommy b. 3 months ago
  • Ralph D. 3 months ago
    Ralph D. I walk along the side of rural roads. With gloves on I pick up the trash discarded out of car windows. The cans and bottles that have a deposit I recycle them at a local recycle center and get 5 cents each. All the other items are put in the trash or recycle bins picked up weekly by the town trash hauler.
  • PC M. 3 months ago
    I kept our first washing machine (Top Loader) 28 years and only got rid of it due the stainless steel tub sprung a leak. I also replaced the belt a few times & lubed a few parts over the years. We replaced our old Top Loader with another Top Loader(9 yrs now). Our dryer is >37 years old and still drying well.
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