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Business Listing   Big John's Furniture-Electronics & Appliances - LaGrange, IN - Phone: 1 (260) 463-4040


Business Listing   Weber's TV & Appliance - LaGrange, IN - Phone: 1 (260) 463-2979


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Helpful Definition for: Appliances - Household

'Major household appliances' are large tools which are used for executing certain housework and assist in the smooth running of the household. Major household appliances often require electricity for their usage. In LaGrange, maximum people rely on these household appliances for doing most of their household task like cooking, washing clothes, preserving food, etc. This is because these appliances make the work not only easier but also faster. Such is the necessity, that in LaGrange, most rental apartments are provided with these household major appliances. Major household appliances include refrigerators, microwave ovens, washing machines, air conditioners, water heaters, etc.

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