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PHOENIX -- Patrick Shannon works in construction, so staying up on his laundry is important.
"I get dirty," he said. "Very. And then to not be able to wash your clothes, you just sit them in your basket and then the other clothes get dirty sitting on top."
So, when his washer and dryer recently broke down, Shannon said he headed over to a place called Conn's Home Plus in Phoenix. After shopping around, he dropped around $1,500 on a new, stackable washer and dryer.
"The deal was, if you buy the hoses and the electrical components for it through the store, then they'll deliver it for free and take away the old one and bring in the new one," Shannon said.