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By working mom
Comments about Whirlpool Duet 4.1 Cu. Ft. Front Loading Washer - White:
working fine for our family
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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from Providence, Utah
Bought this about a month ago and so far I love it!
By Jen W
from Catlettsburg, KY
Love this washer. Especially the quick wash selection when in a pinch for time.
WHIRLPOOL APPLIANCES MADE IN THE USA!
By Dirty Laundry
I am very impressed with the value and quality of this machine. The large capacity accommodates our comforters and does a great job cleaning two King size washable pillows at once. The speed wash feature is great for a quick 26 minute effective wash. I do not mind using the heavy duty cycle and waiting 1 hour and 19 minutes to get a thorough wash for heavily soiled clothes. I will only purchase Whirlpool appliances from now on!
Whirlpool NEVER Disappoints!
from Sutherlin, OR
I bought this new whirlpool washing machine several months ago after my last whirlpool front load washer died. I had the last whirlpool for almost 10 years. My husband works a very dirty job and my son was always an outdoors kid so after the many years of washing extremely dirty clothes in my old whirlpool washer, I did not hesitate to buy another whirlpool. Here's to another decade whirlpool!
from Rutherford, NJ
I am so happy with my Whirlpool washer and getting it at a lower price through the outlet is absolutely what I needed.
from Portland OR
We always leave the door open between washes and regularly run a load with bleach. I clean everywhere I can reach, but there is still a strong mildew smell that is making our clothes reek. Other models have had a bottom panel you can remove to clean the house inside. This one does not, so I cannot figure out what to do to get to the mold. It would be a huge pain if we have to UL out the washer and unhook the hoses in the back to get to the mold. I see videos about having to I stall fans to keep mold from forming. Our old Frigidaire was a front loader and we never had this problem. Really frustrating.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
I hate this washer
My first one died, and I was convinced by the repair guy that someone in my house had mis-used it, so I got another. The first death was accompanied by multiple mysterious "Lc" codes that it is not possible to find on Google. You cannot find out what the Lc means without getting a service guy out. I got a second machine as I was in an emergency situation and was promised that the first one had a fluke (and that someone visiting us MUST have misused it), and we have been incredibly careful with it - but, the Lc code rules again. Why does this machine break all the time? It is overly electronic, too complicated. Constantly going on the fritz. On the other hand, there are no good washers anymore now that all the stringent government regulations got piled on. Nothing works. Is there such a thing as a reliable washer anywhere on the planet? I really am frustrated with the poor quality of this washer, and how often it goes on the fritz.
By Steve the enlightenedl buyer
from Garden City, NY
I am a former Sears appliance repairman and through my tender there I have seen many different types of appliances. By FAR, the best name is Whirlpool!!! They are durable, they last longer, clean better and the customer service is top knotch!!
Not bad, not good either
This washer was in the house when we moved in. My wife and I had always wanted a front loading washer. Within 2 weeks I got an error code. A little online research pointed to a clogged pump. Luckily this was easily accessible and a quick/messy fix.About a week later I started noticing little shards of plastic in the wash. I assumed my son had left something in his pocket. But it got worse during the next 2 or 3 uses. The little chunks of plastic became large strips. I ran a load with no clothes to see if I could figure out what was happening. That's when I started getting water on the floor. After I stopped the washer I pushed the gasket back and saw that the plastic outer drum was being shredded by the steel inner drum. I did some searching again and found that this is a common problem and expensive to repair. Some people had luck getting whirlpool to replace it under the 10 year drum warranty. Others were told the plastic part isn't part of the drum, even though it really is. I called HSA who is our home warranty company and they sent a guy out to check it. He said they'd more than likely replace the washer due to its age and the labor cost of replacing the drum assembly.
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