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Online RAH52

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dishwasher reworks
« on: August 26, 2010, 06:32:48 PM »
Just wondering how my fellow techs are coming along with the maytag tall tub reworks . I've hit the 75 mark with probably 200 to go . Kits were on back order for about 3 weeks but supply seems to be ok now .I've come to the conclusion that many home owners and plumbers don't have a clue how to install a d/w properly . I see very few that you can reach your arm under and do quickly but lots that need dynamite to get them out of the kitchen cabinets . In many of the units I need to remove the motor and get at the heater that way .
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Online niobrara

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Re: dishwasher reworks
« Reply #1 on: August 26, 2010, 10:14:20 PM »
Same here,lot of copper water lines installed with great thought.Don't you love the ones with raised floors and the unit flat on the floor.

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