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When we purchase new appliance it damn near cost's a full paycheck.

It's so expensive, so naturally we expect them to last forever just like a car would. IUf this is how you feel too read on you will be shocked!

WARNING!!

THEY MAKE OUR STUFF TO BREAK!

IT'S NOT LIKE THAT ANYMORE. THE LIFE EXPECTANCY OF APPLIANCES HAS FALLEN FROM 30 YEARS TO 3-5!

YOU SHOULD BE VERY CAUTIOUS WHEN BUYING APPLIANCES BECAUSE OF THE High price LIKE A CAR AS WELL!

what is Planned Obsolescence?

This may seem like a giant conspiracy theory, but it's really not. I promise you it is not. Remember that last gadget of yours that's quit working? It most likely failed because it was designed to fail, they make sure it doesnt last. Find out more about planned obsolescence below.

how does Planned Obsolescence affect me?

Did you just get a printer a couple of years ago only to have it fail on you for no apparent reason? You've got ink, paper, everything seems to sound and work right, but it just won't work?

It may not be your fault.

It could be due to planned obsolescence, the purposeful implementation of various strategies designed to get a customer to buy another very similar product by making the older one useless, undesirable, or non-functional within a set period of time.

Nope, this isn't a conspiracy theory. It's an actual fact, and that printer example was real, too. The whole point of planned obsolescence is to design a product that doesn't last forever in terms of cosmetics or function.

If you're a business, you want customers to keep coming back. If you're the type of person to get rid of your old iPhone and get a new one as soon as it comes out, you're a perfect example of the customer companies try to keep by using planned obsolescence.

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Instead, consider a home warranty as an option. Many home warranties specifically cover appliances, and most of them are incredibly affordable. Home owners insurance is another great option for an average of $30-40 a month you could get coverage for all or most of the appliances in your home.

This would dramatically reduce any expensive repair or replacement costs you’d face should an appliance break especially If you bought any within the last 10 years. In fact, getting the longest warranties at time of purchase very well may be the most cost effective way to go when you purchase new appliances today.

For your convenience here is a complete list of such companies which accept clients from California.

Warranties can be VERY Difficult

It’s difficult to decipher what kind of appliances are covered and which companies are honest and actually going to handle your situation in an appropriate manner.

I have seen it where it took samsung and even whirlpool 4-5 months to complete a repair for a qualified customer.

An average repair cost is between $200-$450 depending on what needs repairing. How ABOUT THE Service Fee THAT IS normallY $110-$120 ONLY TO have your appliance looked at!

ITS NOT ALL BAD THOUGH.. NEW APPLIANCES DO have several upsides.

They’re lighter weight, and generally have more streamlined designs. They’re also much more energy efficient. For example, a run-of-the-mill washing machine once used 35-50 gallons of water per load of laundry. Now, however, they use a mere 12-15 gallons per load of laundry.

This not only is efficient as far as limiting water usage and going green, but it’s also incredibly cost effective in some areas.

Appliances made today still cost nearly your whole paycheck despite lasting for a shorter period of time, going efficient will not save you money in the long run. It screws you. That is ... if you don't know how to work on them.

People are choosing to purchase a new appliance when a a simple little part breaks rather than getting it fixed or even better yet fixing it themselves.

IM HERE TO LET YOU KNOW You do have options!

Should your appliance, AC, lawn mower, chainsaw break, I highly recommend fixing it yourself! Your gonna be suprised how simple it is!

There is a very common misconception that has been around, I want to knock it, and that is appliances are not worth the time and money to fix or repair ...

Bull SH%T! This is far from the truth. MOST DRYER REPAIRS COST $5 OR LESS!

for some reason most people don’t take the do-it-yourself route, if your hesitating to repair something you now have me to walk you through it! Now your guaranteed to not mess anything up...

What's the worst that could happen? ... Its broken already isn't it?

Just because things aren’t built like they were back in the day, doesn’t mean you can’t get more life out of them. In some cases, you shouldn't repair the item yourself. Sometimes even at all. You should always factor in the cost of the item compared to the fix it cost.

REPAIRING SOMETHING BY YOURSELF AT TIMES CAN BE FRUSTRATING, EXPENSIVE, INTIMIDATING, AND TIME CONSUMING AND NOT TO MENTION RESULTS AREN'T GUARANTEED!!..

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The reason your Appliances don’t last

many complicated machine parts are BOUGHT FROM CHINA AND JAPAN

Large appliance companies are outsourcing the production of some of the components in these machines, even if not all of them, to less expensive third-party companies.

The reasons for this are clear: energy efficient appliances with high-tech features are expensive to produce and are not a forsure bet.

Any cost saving measures that can be taken by them ,will be taken. On top of that , appliance manufacturers are struggling to keep up with the constantly changing demands of consumers.

As technology becomes more efficient certain aspects of purchasable products are expected. Consumers want their products to be lightweight, compact, and stylishly fashioned. Appliance manufacturers are unable to meet these buying requirements to stay current while still building old-fashioned, hearty machines thats last. The new components they use are inherently more delicate, and their lightweight nature makes them more breakable.

Why Planned obsolescence is bad?

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Why Planned obsolescence is bad?

  1. Its gonna costs you $100,000's over your lifetime unnecessarily

  2. Discarded electronics contain toxic materials that seep out and contaminate the environment. ... This, combined with planned obsolescence and other premature “End of Life” processes, accounts for harmful electronic waste that is becoming an increasing threat to the environment.

  3. Recycle: Once it becomes obsolete, which is inevitable, be sure to recycle your item at the right location.


How do you stop planned obsolescence?

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What can we do to avoid planned obsolescence?

  1. Refuse to buy: don't get swayed by the newest trends. ...

  2. Reduce: Reduce your buying frequency by keeping your things as long as possible.

  3. Recycle: Once it becomes obsolete, which is inevitable, be sure to recycle your item at the right location.


Why do iPhones break after 2 years?

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Apple intentionally slows down iPhones as they get older. ...

There is some good reason for Apple to do this. By their nature, lithium-ion batteries degrade over time, storing less and less of a charge.

This happens very quickly on a device we use 24/7.


Why DO I HAVE TO BUY SO MANY Refrigerators?

Have you ever heard of Planned Obsolescence? It is a term used when a manufacturer builds a product to break at a certain giving point.


Types of Planned Obsolescence Strategies

Planned obsolescence can be achieved in many ways, including:

Using relatively unreliable parts in a product, so it mechanically fails within a relatively predictable period of time.

This gets you to discard it and buy the same exact product again or a slightly newer version.

Using software to program a product, like a printer, to fail after a set period of time or number of actions (like printed pages), even if mechanically and structurally the product is fine.

A software upgrade incompatible with older hardware is another strategy for planned obsolescence.

Using clever marketing and an insignificant upgrade in a newer product to get you to discard the 'uncool' old one even if it works just fine.

Smartphone manufacturers are known for this.

Who doesn't want that new camera in the newest phone with all those fancy special effects?

Planned Obsolescence Light Bulb Example

So, let's get to some good examples of planned obsolescence, although you can be sure it's found in just about every general kind of product or industry.

The best and first example of planned obsolescence is a conspiracy agreed to by the major light bulb manufacturers of the early 20th century.

They were called the Phoebus cartel and they colluded to purposefully reduce a light bulb's lifetime to 1,000 hours by the mid-20th century. Engineers, who knew way better, were purposefully told to design inferior light bulbs.

Thus, over a number of years, lifespans of light bulbs actually decreased by over 1,500 hours per bulb!

For comparison, Thomas Edison's first commercial light bulb of 1881 lasted 500 hours longer than a light bulb in the mid-1900s.

Other Examples of Planned Obsolescence

While the light bulb is an example of a purposeful technological limitation, Ford and General Motors pioneered a way to get you to buy a car even if you already had a perfectly good one.

They were the first to introduce yearly changes to a car model so that you could be enticed to get a newer and 'better' car and stay one step ahead of the Jones' in how you looked in society.


Are you aware YOU WILL BUY 30+ APPLIANCES .. "Every 30 years?"

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10 washers

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com


Low Class

$750 x 10 = $7,500


High Class

$1,900 x 10 = $19,000


10 dryers

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com

Low Class

$650 x 10 = $6,500


High Class

$1,900 x 10 = $19,000


10 refrigerators

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com


Low Class

$750 x 10 = $7,500


High Class

$1,900 x 10 = $19,000


10 dishwashers

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com


Low Class

$500 x 10 = $5,000


High Class

$1,500 x 10 = $15,000


10 Garbage Disposals

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com


Low Class

$119 x 10 = $1,190


High Class

$190 x 10 = $1,900


10 hot water heaters

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com


Low Class

$500 x 10 = $5,000


High Class

$1,500 x 10 = $11,500

TOTAL COST

High Class is the most expensive averaged out.Low Class is the cheapest full size appliances you can find. Source www.homedepot.com


LOW CLASS

$32,650


HIGH CLASS

$66,400+


Consumers are now having to accustom themselves to the concept of having to purchase dozens of appliances over the course of their life.