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    Appliances - Small in Fort Dodge


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    Business Listing   Central Iowa Distributing Inc - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 955-2344


    Business Listing   Darrell's Barber Shop - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 576-3080


    Business Listing   M J'S Vacuum Center - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 573-2920


    Business Listing   O'Malley's Steam Magic - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 576-7474


    Business Listing   Ross' Appliance Center - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 955-2330


    Business Listing   The Vacuum Store - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 576-4913


    Business Listing   Weatherspoon Cleaning - Fort Dodge, IA - Phone: (515) 573-3180


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    Helpful Definition for: Appliances - Small


    Small appliances are small tools which are movable and are generally kept on tabletops, wooden platforms, etc. Like the major appliances, small appliances also assist in making work easier. In Fort Dodge, maximum small appliances use electricity for their operation. Some appliances also work on batteries. In Fort Dodge, small appliances like blenders, toasters, juicers, etc, are widely used as they are quite handy to use and make the job at hand to finish off at a fast rate. They are not only used at homes but also for commercial purpose like restaurants, offices, etc. Small appliances are quite cheap and in Fort Dodge they find their usage in many household.

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