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Built in the US of A (Ohio). This company started rebuilding washers for other companies for the resale and commercial laundromat markets. They got the idea after repairing so many common features, "why not design one the way it should be?"
Simple design, no frills and self-servicable. No electronics, just reliable mechanical timers. Dual bearings and belts. Top loader but horizontal axis. Low water and power consumption.
Imagine an octagonal inner drum rotating and reversing in a round outer drum -both made of stainless steel by the way. A natural churning action. Quiet and reliable.
My Maytag Ineptune had two electronic failures, fortunately not the moldy gasket issue. One of the electronic failures was covered under the warranty at least.
I bought a Staber as a backup and use it as my primary. Not cheap ($1400 range) but saves on power and water plus longevity. I wish I had known of it earlier.