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- You remember when W.L. May was located on the park blocks in downtown Portland.
- You did research, it meant using film cards and quick books, not computers.
- You have serviced a GE clam shell timer.
- You had the borrow the customers phone if you needed to make a call from the field.
- You know what a wigwag is and have replaced a lot of them.
- You remember having to give a model number when ordering parts for Whirlpool warranty, and they would be shipped to you at no charge,
- You remember the days before computer boards in appliances.
- You have worked on a wringer washer and had no trouble finding parts.
- You knew that the parts numbers for a washer would start with a 2 from Maytag, a 2 or 3 from Whirlpool, or a WH from GE.
- You could do sealed system repair without the licensing by the EPA.
- You remember when Roy and Chuck were rookies.
- You remember when Frigidaire started adding a 5300 to the beginning of their part numbers.
- Your first service van now qualifies as a classic car.
What else can you remember about the "good old days"? Tell us about it in the comments.