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Offline wildimaginations

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Re: Question for appliance repair techs
« Reply #10 on: October 04, 2014, 11:14:22 PM »

I use the All Dolly and built a platform to sit on top of it.  Then I slide the dryer onto the platform and roll it out of the way.  Works in most situations.  Very easy to create.  Usually done as a one man job but I charge extra if the dryer is stacked and has to be removed to service the washer.

One time, the customer's dryer was stacked inside a closet in a very tight bathroom set up and no way to use the Alldolly so I had the customer find someone to remove the dryer before i would go out and repair the washer.  Very rare but I wasn't about to break my back for that job.
« Last Edit: October 04, 2014, 11:17:56 PM by wildimaginations »
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