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      Mari Stebbing

      Many years ago, when my husband and I first married we purchased a kenmore washer and dryer. The washer was on rollers and was portable. It connected up to the kitchen sink, ran on 110, and drained out the kitchen sink. The dryer was also 110V. We went to purchase one for our newly-wed daughter and found that Sears no longer makes them. Does any company make them and if not I am in the market for a used one.

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      deborah cleek

      As far as I know , Kitchen-Aid still makes them.

    • #309395
      deborah cleek

      : Many years ago, when my husband and I first married we purchased a kenmore washer and dryer. The washer was on rollers and was portable. It connected up to the kitchen sink, ran on 110, and drained out the kitchen sink. The dryer was also 110V. We went to purchase one for our newly-wed daughter and found that Sears no longer makes them. Does any company make them and if not I am in the market for a used one.Try comapctappliances.com, their model is much cheaper than the quietline. Also, I would love to find a used one as well. rhall@realnames.com

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      deborah cleek

      : Many years ago, when my husband and I first married we purchased a kenmore washer and dryer. The washer was on rollers and was portable. It connected up to the kitchen sink, ran on 110, and drained out the kitchen sink. The dryer was also 110V. We went to purchase one for our newly-wed daughter and found that Sears no longer makes them. Does any company make them and if not I am in the market for a used one.There is a portable washerdryer combination available that needs no ventoing and uses 110v current, called Quietline. For information call 1-800-884-8635

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