I deliver appliances and do basic installation, our tech guys have seen it all of course, but what has been interesting to me to see has been: cardboard and duct tape dryer vent hose connections, flex hose for gas stove hookups that has been extended to two extensions, and two inches of water in the cellar with the old washer/dryer on blocks and a handwritten note to place the newly purchased washer/dryer on the same blocks. We never did plug the washer/dryer in, left that up to the owner. Dryer vent in the corner of a room of home and the dryer vent on the dryer is on the wrong side, customer-“hey just use my sawz-all and make it fit”. If the gas shut off for the stove isn’t above the kitchen floor, we do not connect-our policy (and a law in NY I’m told), sorry call a plumber, which has brought some customers to tears/fist-a-cuffs. How about getting some of these new side by side refrigerators or stackable all in one washer/dryer units into some trailer homes? Sorry its an inch or two too wide, we can’t cut the trailer home nor the appliance to get it in, when the salesman says “it’ll fit”, then he needs to go on the delivery to make sure. Ha, ha, all in a days work.
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