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 The End Of An Era

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PostSubject: The End Of An Era   June 9th 2017, 8:34 pm

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PostSubject: Re: The End Of An Era   June 10th 2017, 1:35 pm

Not the least bit surprised. In fact I had thought they had given bulbs the heave ho long before. I know the quality is not there and the production bulbs are pretty much engineered to last exactly at the label says. I have bought some China branded bulbs and gotten far better life. My guess they made them for 135 volts...

I am disappointed with the appliances, but again the last GOOD G-E appliances were in the 70's the latest products, again, engineered for a specific lifetime and that is it....

"These times are a changin'"

Hey, buggy whips are a cottage industry now...

Thanks for the Bloomberg URL, I looked around, I like the news they are presenting and how they do it...

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