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Old 05-07-2019, 09:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Lightbulb Wireless dishwasher

Technology moves fast these days... Who expected wireless dishwashers?

I got my wireless builtin dishwasher delivered today.
To be fair, it came with a wire; but nothing to plug that in.


Tomorrow brings another day and another dishwasher.

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Old 05-07-2019, 02:11 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Technology moves fast these days... Who expected wireless dishwashers?
It's all part of the Master Plan.

A wireless port? What type is it?
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Old 05-07-2019, 02:34 PM   #3 (permalink)
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I believe it is an O Mission counter socket.

The supplier claims the manufacturer tests these machines before they get shipped. In that case the guy that tested it manhandled the plug when he pulled it out; the socket probably got pushed in and now rests inaccessible somewhere in its intestines.
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I'm a wireless dishwasher.
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When I read the title, I expected a picture of a big dog.
Our dog's tall enough to reach the sink and tries to "clean" everything within reach.
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Yeah, I could see a dog cleaning the dishes

Btw 22/7? Try 355/113!

Wireless technology is quite old actually.
Practically all civilizations of old except some early American cultures used wireless communication exclusively.
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When I read the title, I expected a picture of a big dog.
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Got a new dishwasher, this time with a counterplug; installed it and tested on a small wash. So much better than the old one, why did I wait for it to break down...
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I'm always torn on if I want a dishwasher or not. Seems like just as much work as simply washing dishes as you use them. You also don't run out of dishes when you wash them as they get used. Then, my wife doesn't have a method to loading the washer; she just puts things wherever they fit, starting at the center of the rack and randomly placing things from there.
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When my parents built their house at the coast in 1980, they put a cabinet over the sink that had rubberized pull-out racks like a dishwasher.

They could wash the dishes, put them in the rack, close it and the doors and let the light over the faucets dry them.

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