The washer will not pump out water! I have it level and that was a pain because most of the top of the washer has curves. One of the plastic adjustment/leveling legs snapped so that made the task a challenge. I will say that Samsung was very helpful online and via the phone on troubleshooting the washer, getting the machine registered for warranty and contacting a local repair company with a good reputation to service the washer.
I’m a little disappointed that I can’t use the washer this weekend. I understand with an “Old Model”/ new machine that these issues can happen and it is not necessarily the fault of the machine, manufacturer or the shipper, especially if they all have good reviews. Hopefully the tech will come and fix/replace the pump and the washer will be good to go. I did not empty all of the water out of the washer. I left about 1-2 inches of water in the tub so the tech can see what I am dealing with as the problem. I think I will get the big shop vac ready, just in case I need to remove that last bit of water in order to work on the machine. The 6 gallon shop vac should be able to empty the washer in 1 or 2 fill ups.
Mom is doing good after last weeks day surgery. She is mostly out of pain for her back though she says she is being careful not to re-injure that area.
Mom is keeping up with the housework, mowing the lawn with the riding mower and keeping the weeds whacked and under control. Her church is going to do some yard work and Mom is really trying to set up the Ryobi weed wacker work for her as well as the old B&D weed wacker. This might sound a bit sexist and I don’t mean it that way, but I think the Ryobi tools are set up for a male to use. That is not a criticism but an observation.
Men are taller on average than women and most of their strength/ Center of Gravity is in the upper body. Women on average are shorter, have less upper body strength and the Center of Gravity is the hips. That makes a huge difference between how a man or woman uses a tool or how comfortable it is to use a tool. Do I expect companies to change how they make yard tools? Nope, because most yard work is done by men and that is a tool maker’s primary customer. Some tools will fit women better and we need to let those manufacturers know us women appreciate those tools that we like and work well for women. Please no more slapping a bit of pink plastic or paint on a “Womans” tool. Women tool users is an under served market plus those tools that cater to smaller body frames and hands, opens up that market to young people in their teens just starting out DIYing. Most guys go for the most powerful they can handle/ afford. Most women want a light weight and simple tool that handles simple jobs like hanging curtain rods of building a small shelf.
Speaking only for myself and I am a “Tomboy” I always grab my little 9.6 volt drill first on any job and only get the big drill after the 9.6 volt proves inadequate. Now I’m female and I’m disabled so my strengths are not top notch, but I don’t think that is an issue. Using a small light weight drill for a small job is smart. Sorry for the rant as the 3rd wave feminazis just annoy me. I was the first girl to play flag football in Idaho in 1977/1978. I think I was the second girl to play in Little league baseball the same year. I wasn’t striking some blow for feminism I just wanted to play the game. I was on the team because I was as good the boys, I started because I was better than some boys. Did I work hard or harder to get on the team? Of course I did. Males have more muscle mass than females. I lifted weights and could leg press almost 900 pound as a 14-16 girl. I was also a slow runner and the had the leaping ability of a safe. I had stamina and was strong but not really talented for sports ball.
A couple things I learned about sports is all the hard work in the world would never get me to slam dunk a basketball. As my physical attributes mean I have no “hops”. It did not matter, if I could shoot 3 pointers. It does not matter that I’m disabled doing a job “living” . I fail/ succeed on my own.
The wood pile is almost finished. I have another 3 garden wagon loads of poplar to stack. I have to finish up the “kindling” wood rack and start filling it. I have been waiting for paraffin wax to go on sale to start making fire starters. Some Greenies might attack me for using a renewable source for heat and using a petroleum product to create fire starters. Despite the fact I use far less paper to start my fires.
It is simple for the left. Use a wood stove and you hate the earth and you are a Nazi/racist scum. For gosh sake an article said White people like having dogs because they miss having slaves. I would never speak for any other ethnic group but who does not like dogs or cats? I don’t think love of animals is just a white thing.
Sorry long post and I’m all over the place. I’ll try to clean it up.