Blood Runneth Orange
- Jan 2, 2005
So I have a washing machine from mid-late 90s. It still does a great job getting things clean and is rock solid reliable. I have owned it for nearly 10 years and only had to replace a lid switch. Well, now I need to replace the water inlet valve. Easy fix, but for my particular washer the part runs $110. If this was a $20 part I wouldn't think twice about it, but what would yall do. Drop $110 for a part for a nearly 30 year old washer that is otherwise perfect or just go ahead and replace the washer? I know washing machines aren't made like they used to be, so I'm just curious what VN would do.