Sam Hartman (hartmans) wrote,
Sam Hartman

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My first flood

I spent a good chunk of the day vacuuming, mopping and generally cleaning. After that I decided to wash some shirts. Apparently, some genius of UI design decided that if the level switch for my washer isn't set exactly on one of the settings then none of the level sensors are used and the washer never stops filling. I noticed this just as the lake emerged from under the door headed for the kitchen. On a positive note, I no longer need to find some way to get at the sludge under the washer from the previous tenants: it has been spread evenly over the floor.

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