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The Maytag Repairman Is Plenty Busy Now
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1/25/2013  70 comments
Maytag/Whirlpool appliances caused one headache after another for this homeowner.
Burning Your Hands Instead of the Transmission
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1/9/2013  42 comments
An omitted dipstick and a buried filler cap makes checking/replacing the transmission fluid quite a chore.
C Is for Cookie, Not So Much for Counting
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1/3/2013  27 comments
Attention toy companies -- if you are going to create and sell a toy that teaches kids to count -- like Count 'N Crunch Cookie Monster -- you might want it to count higher than the number three!
Buried Fuel Filter Is a Fire Hazard
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1/2/2013  13 comments
The fuel filter in the mobile home was located in the fuel tank. Try changing that without creating a spark.

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