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Old 24.05.2020, 17:51
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Re: what to do with an old washing machine

Our washing machine is set underneath our dryer, so removing the dryer would be necessary in order to replace the washing machine. I don't think I would be able to lift that heavy dryer myself.

We did have our Zug washing machine replaced a year or so ago (paid for by our landlord). It's a digital machine and the technician had to do some 'programming' to the machine before he left. He also installed something on the water inlet, which wasn't there before. I *think* its purpose is to filter the water or something, but not quite sure. Anyways, my point is that it wasn't quite as simple as just unplugging the old device and plugging in the new one.
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