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DAVID MEARS

how many pairs of jeans can i wash in a 4.0 front load washer

by DAVID MEARS Last activity date:
December 7th, 2010

kenmore front load 4.0 cubic ft model 4027 how many pairs of jeans can i wash at a time

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Lyle W
The number of jeans that you can wash will depend on the size of the jeans. If the jeans are men's size 36" waist, you should be able to wash 8 pairs. If the Jeans have a waist size of 28", you can likely wash up to 12 pairs. This is the maximum upper end of the loading spectrum. For various sizes, you can load as many jeans as will fit loosely packed in the washer and still see the back of the spin basket looking through the door when you are level with the top of the opening. The washer can normally be loaded to about 3/4 full with jeans (loosely packed). The canvas will get heavy when it is wet. For best washing results, I don't recommend loading it with more than 6 of the 36" size jeans or the equivalent of smaller sizes.

I hope that this information helps. If you need more assistance, reply with additional details.
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December 7th, 2010
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DAVID MEARS
i have a manual that`s why i`m asking here.
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December 5th, 2010
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afritz afritz
You can find this kind of troubleshooting information is your owners manual. If you do not have yours, a handy thing about the Manage My Life website, is you can go onto the top of the Manage My Life website and click on the tab button then insert your model number into the search box. I have attached a link below so you can view. I hope the link that I have provided you is useful.
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