At 2:56pm CST my dryer broke.
Redhead Ranting is the rantings of a frazzled, twice divorced mother of two who freelances and cares for two stupid dogs while writing her memoir against incredible and unbelievable odds (but will make a wonderful book one day).
About 5 months ago at the last place I lived my dryer broke. It actually broke the morning I went in to have my c-section for my daughter, I had no clean/dry clothes to wear to the hospital. It was a pain recovering from a c-section having to go to the laundromat to dry my clothes. It took my landlord almost 4 weeks to fix it. It was the biggest pain in the butt. I hope you can get it fixed or replaced soon!!
DAMN. Let’s have toast shall we?
Clink of glasses holding sparkling ounces of Chardonnay.
Sorry to read that. I think I’d rather do without my refrigerator than my washer/dryer. When I was young, single, poor and living on my own, I spent my fair share of time at a laundromat. Hours out of my life I’ll never get back.
Good luck. Are you having it repaired, or will you buy new?
It came with the house but I brought my newer ones with me which are sitting in the garage. I need an outlet for the dryer since the one is hard wired in and the other has a plug. So really it is a matter of finding someone to do the job. Ex #2 has been my electrician but he won’t do it for reasons only he understands. This is the light bulb effect. When one goes out they all go out.
Poor honey, I am sorry I said anything. I say get JD to do it. She does things so you don’t have to.
There seriously must be something in the water. Today my blogs were down because of server issues at the host company. This is a never ending thing lately.
Homeowners can save a lot of money by educating themselves on the electrical process before hiring a contractor or attempting any sort of serious DIY. This will help them get the best value on their project, communicate clearly with electrical professionals, and ensure that they really are using construction best practices.