Updated: Apr 23, 2020
My career as a dryer repairman was short-lived.
It turns out that when your broken dryer is 100 years old, you're better off just buying a new one.
I was excited about educating myself in the art of dryer repair, especially with all of the free time I have on my hands to be handy these days. I'm no Tim "The Tool Man" Taylor, but I like to at least attempt to do it myself before paying someone else to come in and do the job.
I did install a new toilet seat a couple of weeks ago...all by myself I might add.
Lesson of the day:
Sometimes things break.
Sometimes you can fix them.
And sometimes you get to swallow your pride and buy a new one.
I guess I could have built a clothesline to give myself more time to figure it out.
I didn't. The new dryer will be here Saturday.