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apparently it’s extremely hard to remove the drum from these machines (a front-loading GE), and the labor costs would make it cheaper to just buy a new machine altogether – all that just for a little metal wire!
I resigned myself to that fact, but the technician wanted one more try at getting it out. At first he was unsuccessful, but then we brainstormed a little at fixing it and he had another try with a new idea – a minute later he had the wire out of it!
He could have taken off after giving me the diagnosis – it’s not like he was charging me any extra for the additional attempts, but he kept at it because he wanted to be successful.
Now I have a working washer again and without spending much money!