|RB Appliance Service|
Arrived at Casa Tipton-Kelly to repair my washing machine
Another busy day around here at Casa Tipton-Kelly.
Our ten year old Whirlpool washing machine has been acting temperamental lately. I put the wash in, the water fills up the tub and . . . . . . . . . nothing.
Well, as you know I am NOT mechanically inclined. In fact I'm a real doofus when it come to ANYTHING mechanical.
I don't know and I don't WANT to know. My talent is organization, charming personality and writer par excellence. Well, maybe not so much of the latter (but I do like to write, witness how I can go on and on about nothing in my blog posts).
About six months ago I noticed that I had to fiddle around with the knobs on the washing machine to get it started after the tub filled with water. I didn't know how I got it to start chugging but I did. Then about two months ago, when I was leaning on the lid to reach the knob I realized that I could push the lid in and the wash would start.
Thus I put off calling the 800 number for repair. Yes, I do procrastinate. And when I do I regret it later.
So that worked for a while, me pushing down on the lid. Then came a time when even THAT didn't work.
I reluctantly called the 800 number listed on the lid of the washing machine. The person I got on the other end of the line asked me my zip code (I live in southern Delaware). He fumbled a bit, talking to himself then gave me a number of a washing machine service provider nearest to me which was in:
|"Rick", my appliance service person|