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Old 06-07-2005, 12:05 AM   #21
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Crwesk, I put almost everything down my garbage disposal..The only time I had a problem was when hubby put cooked artichoke leaves in there...Mine takes even soft chicken bones and rib bones..Guess I'm lucky...so far with this one no problems...Good luck, I'm sure you wil do just fine with yours

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Old 06-07-2005, 12:09 AM   #22
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Thank you all so much!! I have no clue what horsepwer this one is yet & won't know until closer to the end of the month. Since everything is pretty much finalized, I'll go ahead & tell everyone. The reason I'm asking is because we are moving & the house has a garbage disposal. I've never had one, only had friends growing up with them. I'll be printing this out to hang in the kitchen to refer to after we get moved in.
Just read further and saw this post..How wonderful for you..I'll bet you are so excited about moving..I hope it is just what you want and that you all will be happy and content..
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Old 06-07-2005, 12:27 AM   #23
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always and check to make sure there's no silverware down there... let me tell you it's REALLY loud !!!
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Old 06-07-2005, 09:46 AM   #24
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always and check to make sure there's no silverware down there... let me tell you it's REALLY loud !!!
Middie, I'm getting one of those rubber drain covers that has flow holes in it to cover the opening of the disposal when it's not in use just for that reason. My kids & hubby have a habit of just tossing stuff in the sink without looking to see what's in there first. So I thought this would be a good idea.


Thanks kadesma! I'm finally starting to get excited about moving. We're going back to the town we lived in before we moved here. Thankfuly, we're only moving about 5 miles from where we are now so I'm not having to do a lot of packing. At the rate things are going right now, looks like we may be able to close next week instead of at the end of the month. Keep your fingers crossed!! I want this over with ASAP!!
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Old 06-07-2005, 09:56 AM   #25
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always and check to make sure there's no silverware down there... let me tell you it's REALLY loud !!!
When he was in college, my brother worked in the food service cafeteria on campus. He had a mobile in his apartment made from silverware that had “accidentally” been damaged in the commercial size disposal there. It made for some very interesting pieces.
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