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fishin ike

free washing machine GONE

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amana,It's about 5 years old, work's great. Our dryer died and my wife wanted a new combo.

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Please send pics to dchunter46at hotmail.com

My son and d-in-law are looking for one. they are down in the cities, so should work great for them

Is it electric?

Thanks

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My son would like it, if it is top-load . waiting for pics. could pick it up saturday....thanks

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This may sound like a sob story, but it's true. Our neighbors husband left her last weekend and took all of their money. We received an email yesterday stating that her washing machine stopped spinning so she has had to go to the launder mat twice. She has 2 small children. The local moms club already donated 200 to her to keep food on the table and she has been selling things on [YouNeedAuthorization] to get money. If this is still available and working and you would really like to help someone out in need, please email Missy at BTmissy@aol.com. She is coordinating all donations for Carrie. Thanks for looking. BTW - we are in Hanover

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bartman,I emailed missy friday,she has not gotten back to me so its going back on.Sorry I couldnt help.

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Interesting "sob story" anyway. Sounds to me like bartman was in the perfect place to help the lady out.... let her do laundry at his place , and get her machine fixed for her.....no "sob story" required. But that is only my opinion, and what I would have done. I will tell you Ike , that I expected an e-mail or a reply on here.......kinda left me hanging.

My son got a set on C.L. ,so they don't need it anymore.

Thanks for listening.

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Our washer just went out and we could stop over tonight or tomorrow if it’s available.

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fishingishot, the washers yours, email me at reickholt@gmail.com and well connect.

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soldoncass,check your email.I sent ya one monday.

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Ok, thanks. My wife just told me that someone from the lady's church came over and repaired her washer for her.

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