I've never had a tumble drier, I've always line dried. Except when it's constantly raining, then it's several indoor clothes horses, scattered about in various rooms
Are you a dairy farmer then?
I've got a mate, who has got a 400 strong herd, in Warickshire. The dog had ago at being a drover's dog last time we up there. Which went well until one of the cows stared at her, moo'd, and started droving the dog.
I'm a line drier too.
A 50M twirly one for general laundry and a 40M straight line across the garden, for sheets and duvets
Bendix is excellent brand, when it comes to servicing. They are well thought out by the Bendix designers
If by that you mean they are easy to service - you are right.
The motor pulley retaining nut worked its way loose a couple of years ago so I had to strip it down to get to it and put some thread locker on to keep it from loosening almost immediately. Whilst I was there I replaced the original (but still functioning) belt.
It took me around 20 minutes to do and the most time consuming part was waiting for the thread locker to dry.
The only thing I suspect it will need in the near future is a new power cable as the outer insulation is starting to crack and split.
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