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Regina 10 month s ago
Fridges and freezers might work but is not up to standard and should be replaced with mordern ones to reduce power consumption - the differences is large and will pay off the new appliances soon
       
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Rodger 10 month s ago
Regina,
That is not true. Most modern Fridges use more electricity due to the Frost-free components. Just update the plug to a 3 prong and enjoy it.
       
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Lenny 10 month s ago
They're all built to last, not like the cr#p today
       
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Effie 10 month s ago
#8 Have one just like that, but in much better shape. It's at the cabin so isn't used that often. Gets really cold, really fast.

Works way better than the modern ones.
       
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Theophilus 10 month s ago
Number 17 Sony TV... I was in a super budget motel a few years ago and they had those in the rooms.
       
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Effie 10 month s ago
#16 How do you know it still works if it hasn't been tried since WWII?

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Tanafra 10 month s ago
Yup back when things where made to last. Good luck passing most things down to the family these days.
       
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Fenrisulven 10 month s ago
An old man I know lost his house after his fridge from the late 50's caught fire. I don't know if it was because of dust or cracked wire insulation, maybe a combination.
Never underestimate the power of large crowds, of stupid people.
       
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Del 10 month s ago
Today we have this sh#tty thing called "planned obsolesence" where stuff, especially printers will have a feature that shuts it down after a specific amount of prints, rendering the printer itself useless, but still in full working order. That way you can buy a new printer and keep the wheels going.
       
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