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B (you could just go buy a new dishwasher)

I know, Blue - Thanks. I just want to see how good, or bad, it is/might be before deciding whether or not to throw it out. I brought back a Fiesta gas grill that my neighbor had brought home, for about $40 in parts and a little scrubbing, plus, in the process, modified it, a bit, so that it now heats up to 750* F and makes a pretty decent pizza oven. My neighbor gave me the dishwasher, she said, because she felt that she "owed" me for the $40 in parts that I spent to fix her Fiesta grill. I didn't feel that she owed me anything, as she had painted a small water fountain that was smoke damaged in a near total loss fire and did a really great job.

I am, somewhat, more talented that one might think. This car didn't run when my former wife gave it to me. It needed some mechanical and upholstery work. Her only request was that I leave it to our Grandson when I was done with it. I could probably sell it, as it now stands, for around double its price new, but I'd rather honor her request.

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