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Whirlpool 3.6 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top-Load Washer

Item# 02631062000P | Model# WTW4950XW | Added on June 27, 2012 | Seller: Sears.com
Whirlpool 3.6 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top-Load Washer
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This Whirlpool 3.6 cubic foot capacity high-efficiency top-load washer uses just the right amount of water thanks to the H2Low™ wash system with Auto Load Sensing. This system determines exactly how much water is needed, saving resources and delivering a deeper clean.
This ENERGY STAR® qualified model also features the Care Control temperature management system, which ensures the water is warm enough to dissolve detergents but not so hot that it leads to shrinking or color bleeding. Twelve automatic cycles, four water temperatures, and four water levels give you exact control over your laundry. And the EcoBoost™ option uses a lower temperature and higher spin speed to reduce overall energy use.
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I like the features on this washer and whether large or small loads, my clothes come out clean. The rinse/spin cycle really spins the excess water out of the clothes Energy efficient and saves water.

October 17th, 2012
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