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By MyPros Staff

The latest follow up to the Cash for Clunkers automobile program is the Cash for Clunkers appliance program. While the purpose is very similar, the program is different in execution. The following article shows pros and cons of the program and helps answer some questions - should you replace your old appliance? How old is old? Does it make sense to get it fixed or fix it yourself instead? Hopefully, it will help you make an educated decision - Appliance Clunker Program.

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By MyPros Staff

The majority of washing machines in America are top-loading, and the major difference between them and front-loading units is that the tubs, motor and other components have been repositioned. We will therefore describe the top-loading units, which will still give you owners of front-loading machines a good introduction to how they work. Continue Reading >

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Like all the other appliances in your home, washing machines have changed a lot since their invention, and particularly in the last decade or two. Advances in digital technology have changed the control panels, and the materials used in the appliance’s construction have been vastly improved as well. On the whole, however, the operation of the machine is pretty much the same as the one your grandparents used.  Continue Reading >

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