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How to take apart a dryer in 2 minutes flat


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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dq6T5BojXc8

Yeah, you want to watch this one full screen.

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The silly giggle was apt commentary. Gotta be from Texas?

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Saw that video today and its darn funny. The guy doing all this demolition is your country mate Harry!

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Hey Harry, is that the way you fellows down under repair computers?

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Just goes to show we make Dryers bloody tuff down under

Wonder how long it would of gone if the belt didn't give up. Mind you he said he took the weights out and tuned the motor down . .

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Goes to prove there are half wits everywhere ~ and they are outbreeding the rest of us!

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Just as well he's not your next door neighbour. Or mine for that matter. Looks like he makes a habit of that sort of thing.

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Definately a warranty claim on there?

I have to say that it was well nailed down

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ROTFL I needed a good laugh this early in the morning. Anybody catch what he tossed into the dryer at the beginning of the video?

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Something metallic Sly. looked like an old water pump pulley or similar.

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I thought so. The first few metallic car parts that came to mind would have been too big a pain to remove just to do a stunt like this. Though he does look like the kind of guy who would have lots of miscellaneous car parts within easy reach.

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Didn't seem to get it very clean either

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Wow! I laughed so hard when it tried running away! HHAAHAHAHAAAHAA

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Thinking of it running around the garden reminded me? Did you know that the pure electric car was invented a lot of years ago in a smallish country to the west of England.

It was very effecient and had a good top speed. The only thing that killed it really was the range it had. They didn't have a vwery long power lead and when they finally got one it kept getting trapped on lamp posts and other street furniture

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