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Kenmore 3.7 cu. ft. Front-Load Washing Machine White Less than 4 cu. ft.
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SummaryProduct Title:Kenmore 3.7 cu. ft. Front-Load Washing Machine White Less than
Lowest Price:$787.93from Kenstons
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- Loading Type: front loading
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- Oven Capacity: 3.7 cu. ft.
- washer type: front load
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- washer type: front load
3 Reviews for Kenmore Kenmore 3.7 cu. ft. Front-Load Washing Machine White Less than 4 cu. ft.19/10/2011After my WhirlPool WTW4800XQ washer was installed, I did a few
loads and there was a spot about the size of a quarter under the
machine. The next day after using the machine most of the day,
there was a small puddle of brownish oil/water with surrounding
brownish spray under the machine. It appears the washer leaked
water and also a significant amount of oil.
I detected the leak by sliding a white plastic tray top from a
storage container under the machine, but I expect that newspaper
slid under the machine would also work. If I had not done this,
then I probably wouldn't have been aware of this leak, since I
normally don't do a lot of laundry.
Another reviewer described the sound this washer makes as
"eeee eeee eeee eeee" which is pretty accurate. I am not certain
but given other internet reviews, I assume this sound is normal
for this machine. I think the loudness went down as I did more...29/09/2011WHIRLPOOL WTW4800XQ
Here is the breakdown.
Gets Clothes clean
*The overly sensitive computer
*The lid lock failure
*Tendency to go out of balance easily
*Holes in clothes
*Hot water valve may melt in time
*Chewed up several items in just a week.
*No hot water. (The machine will automatically add cold water to hot so you get cold or tepid water, not even warm). My hot water in July was 100 degrees. This is barely warm.My water temp is 148 degrees but machine will not allow you to use hot water or even warm water.
*No soak feature
*Not very quiet, makes strong computer noises. Some reviewers say it is like a hack saw. I don't think it is that bad but it is not quiet in a condo environment.
*USLESS 'Technical Dept. (Whirlpool tech dept seems to have no training. You might as well pull a girl off the register at your local market for help.)
I had...30/07/2011Whirlpool WTW4800XQ Top-Loader Washer
I spent some time reviewing both Consumers Reports and customer reviews from Amazon and the like before purchasing a washer.
I noted a number of complaints about the new, "efficient" washers in general (not specifically Whirlpool):
1. They don't wash as clean
2. They don't rinse properly, leaving detergent residue on clothes
3. They wrinkle clothing during the new (much faster) spin cycle
4. They are noisy and take more time to do a load.
The main problem is that they all use less water than the old "Inefficient" washers, and the water they do use is cooler. Also, they often only "spin rinse" where they spin out the washing water and then spray in some fresh water while still spinning. (This is in place of a proper, old-fashioned rinse, where the clothes are agitated in a tub of fresh water.) All these changes (I won't call them improvements) are in order to save water and, more...