Recently, for the third time in my life, I swore never to buy anything but handtools again from Sears. I think it will probably stick this time. Sears is often cheaper up front but they are more expensive in the long runHuh, so if you buy a GE appliance from Sears it is more likely to break than from Toms Appliance Barn? I doubt it. Most of the appliances are Kenmore in their outlet and Kenmore Brands usually compare favorably in Consumer Report's repair histories.I can say that I've had my washer and dryer for 2 years and have had no problem (and wouldn't be able to find the "damage" if you paid me too -but I'd make something up if you were paying!). I bought high-end Kenmore for what a entry-level GE would have cost new.FoolNBlue (Who hasn't been burned by Sears yet.. although they came close on his mower)
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