dolphinsaremammals wrote:I've been puzzled as to how closing and opening its cover makes my washing machine start and stop agitating, when I see no switch. Has this thread solved that mystery?
livesoft wrote:My friends replace the O2 sensors themselves. So do-it-yourself. A web search says the part is less than $50. Labor would be $0.
Check out repairpal.com for estimates.
Seriously. The first few times I had sushi was after 2-3 Sapphire dry up.
Now I really like it, no booze needed.