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Amazingly loud, but clothes do get clean
from Deerfield, IL
Comments about Whirlpool Top Loading 3.7 Cu. Ft. Washer - White:
Replacement for basic GE unit which wore out. This is a part-time residence, so a high-quality expensive model is not needed.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
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Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
a bougt a mount ago and i am very happy
Great product, very satisfied
from St Amant, La
I bought this a couple of weeks ago and glad I did
Hate it - and ALL new machines!
from Central PA
Have had this machine for just over a year now. Hate, hate, hate the way the new machines work where they don't allow you to choose your own water level, adding something after you start it is a pain, and it takes FOREVER to run a load of wash.Our old machine did a load in about 30-35 minutes. This one does no load in less than an hour, and usually takes a good deal longer - a real time waster. Apparently electricity is cheaper than water when it comes to efficiency.On the bright side, it does a fine job of cleaning clothes. I don't notice that it does any better than our old machine, but it's certainly no worse either. Another gripe is that you cannot choose your own spin cycle - they are embedded in the definitions of the cycles - and sometimes in ways that don't make sense. While I could see a slow spin for a delicate load, it seems out of place in most other types of loads. I actually had to copy a page from the manual that explains the different cycles and how they work and even after a year, I STILL have to refer to it every time a run a load of wash to figure out how to get the best combination of water temp, spin cycle, etc.The problem is that all of the things I hate about this machine are pretty much the same with all new machines, so there are not any better choices out there.Bottom line is given the way machines work in general these days, this is not a bad machine. In fact, if not for the removal of the flexible selections of water and spin cycles, I would say it's actually quite a good machine. But that doesn't keep me from cursing it every time I have to use it. Change is difficult! :-)
Works as expected - nice capacity without agitator
from Tulsa, OK
Works good. Plenty of choices for settings. Not too loud. Only con to me so far, and this seems to be with most modern washers, is that you can't leave the lid open while it is filling with water. I prefer to add detergent, and bleach then let it fill up a bit before loading with clothes to dilute the mixture a bit. But, most modern washers seem to stop the water flow when the lid opens, so I am not sure I can fault this one for that alone.
from Seneca Falls, NY
from KIngston, Ontario
We bought this washer a month ago and are very pleased with the performance thus far. It is very efficient, the clothes come out very clean and very well spun. I expect the latter will greatly contribute to less use of the dryer but we haven't tried yet as we are still able to hang the clothes outdoors to dry. I may be able to give a higher rating if we had it longer and tried washing a greater variety of items. So far we have washed towels, sheets and light weight summer clothes.
I bought this a month ago, still getting used to it. Its very different from my old machine.
I bought this machine a month ago, I am still getting used to this new machine. It is very different from my old machine that I had for 17 years I missed my old machine, I don't like too many fancy features because I never use them.
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