I want the public to know that new machines do not think as long as machines built 10 or 20 years ago. No matter what brand it is: Kenmore, Whirlpool, GE, Maytag, you have the idea.
In my opinion, the older machines were built like tanks! They have less electronics and in my opinion they have been built with better parts. Before you buy a new machine, keep in mind that almost everything you buy today will have an electronic control panel and over the fridge, the washer, the dryer, the dishwasher or the oven has bad things. If your machine is in good condition and has been well maintained, you should consider repairing your machine. The cost of the repair in most cases will be a lot less than a new machine. Plus, most new machines will not last as long as your parents' machine! And I have just discovered that home appliance manufacturing has reduced the warranty coverage of refrigerator sealing systems, some of them being used for more than 10 years and that & # 039; Does it tell you?
For those of you that I have not been able to convince and you are almost out the door to buy a new device, I have some tips for you.
First, do a work at home litter, look for the device you are going to buy. Do an online search on the appliance you want to buy to see if customers have a problem with it, and do not just look at the evaluation pages, find blogs, get the model number of your appliance and do a search for help on the internet. (Example: help your washer (your model)) and see what's happening on the Internet. I personally looked for a LG dishwasher that had 3,000 complaints about it. Of course, you can not exclude something just because it has some complaints.
Second, when you are ready to pay for your new machine, they will want to buy you an extended warranty on the device. If you do not have a home warranty that covers your device and you spend a lot of money on the machine, you should get the guarantee. As I said, the new machines can have more than one control board and the lights and powers can cause problems with these new machines, and the device manufacturers do not put any serge protectors on them. also.
Third, on the positive side. I can say that I'm happy with front-loading washers, they save a lot of water, when a front-loading washer fills only a few gallons of water compared to 10 gallons or more on a load-loading washer from the top each time it fills. This could save you hundreds of gallons of water a year. The clients I have spoken to say that he is washing very well. On the negative side, the cost of repair could have been high, so do not forget this extended warranty.
If you buy a new device, ask the company from which you buy it which will be the service company that will repair the product in case of problem. We are finding in some areas that some manufacturers do not have authorized tech in many areas.
Thank you for reading.