I've spent more money in the past 5 years on appliance repair/replacement than the previous 20 combined. What in the hell gives? I cannot comprehend why the hell everything has a massive motherboard and so many shitty electrical components? Most recently I've been victim to replacing my Honeywell gas valve on the water heater - for the second time in 2 years. Why does this piece of shit need a motherboard!
Edit: for those saying "stop buying cheap", idk what kind of money you're rolling in. $3k fridge, $2k washer/dryer sets, $900 water heater, $1k ovens etc. are not cheap. And the argument that you get what you pay for is garbage. Why are cheaper appliances but with no extra frills garbage consistently showing reliability then well beyond their "smart" counterparts?
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