Atheitis wrote a letter concerning the afterlife, or non-existence there-of.
Of course, I concur, and can even add an anecdote regarding Kerry Packer, the Aussie media tycoon left clinically dead for six minutes after a heart attack:
"I’ve been to the other side and let me tell you, son, there’s fucking nothing there...there’s no one waiting for you, there’s no one to judge you, so you can do what you bloody well like"
But my question does not concern humans, it concerns dishwashers. Atheitis clearly stated that he “can fix a dishwasher, iron or leaking roof, build a carport and erect an electric fence”.
My dishwasher, like Atheitis himself, is on strike four. Again, like Atheitis, it is in its golden years, but has suffered a heart attack. The lights go on, I hear the drainage pump struggling to pump, but something has clogged it up.
I have googled solutions, but they all relate to newer, computerised models. Mine is a simple dial operated model, probably 15 years old. I have tried the open heart surgery method, viz a viz taking the front covers off, but cannot access the pump.
Pray tell, dear Atheitis, or any reader for that matter: heathen or believer, what do I do? The wife is making me wash up until such time as the machine is fixed, and it’s killing me.
Is there hope for my machine? It is a Bosch model. All prayers and practical solutions welcome.
(please, no chancer’s, this is a very serious matter)