Handles Large Loads
This white Kenmore 3.3 cu. ft. top-load washer is designed to help you get through your day fast. From a week's worth of clothes to a hamper full of towels, the washer's 3.3 cu. ft. capacity can handle almost any sized load with ease. That's a whole lot of laundry at once.
Smart Cleaning Action
Kenmore's dual action agitator ensures even washing on every cycle, from delicates to towels; no more breaking laundry into tiny or single item loads.
The Right Care for Your Loads
The Deep Water Wash Cycle optimizes the water levels and usage for larger family-sized loads so each item comes out clean, clean, clean. You'll be able to wash with confidence, thanks to 9 wash cycles. Whether you just need to rinse and spin, run a light load, or plow through a pile of towels, your laundry day just got a lot easier.
I'm rating it a 5 b/c so many are putting a low number which is unfair once you read further, and the only reason why I'd give it one under is b/c 'I' want to be a control freak and not the washer, lol! it seems people keep bringing up that the washer barely covers items, and they don't get clean, yes, I had this experience before reading the instructions (I know, I didn't want to be patient, I thought it was like any other washer that you can just randomly choose a cycle and all works out a-okay!, no, um, no). If you have a bedding or bulky item, you 'must' choose bulky/bedding, it's the difference between a heavenly wash cycle (the only one that fills to the top and not 'just above' the clothes, to be noted...) where the sheets/comforter are so clean you're skipping, or having this thumpy cycle w/ a soapy dirty bedding item (twas nasty, I was so mad, b/c I put it on 'deep wash', and I did this 'twice'! ew!). So, if this is what you can afford, and it won't trouble you to read the guide under the lid and the book, to get used to it all and how to set things 'right', then you will do fine! Seriously! Great machine (just a tad controlling, but...ok). For what it's worth, I have chemical sensitivity and zero issues w/ this washer, I only had to work on the hoses and all around, no more problems after that. It is pretty quiet, quite happy.
might be ok for clothes, awful for sheets and blankets. I put 2 blankets in the machine and the one did not even get wet. The description does not mention the sensor controlled water level.. No manual control of water level; I do enough laundry to be able to determine it for myself.
Great washer...Does great job at washing clothes
Can’t fill this washer not even half way. It does a poor job at sensing the correct amount of water. Sometimes my clothes come out barely damp. Also had a technician come to my home 3 times because it would fill up and empty itself before it would even wash. Finally the last technician suggested we raise the draining pump about 3 feet. It helped with that issue. But still does a poor job actually washing the clothes.
Leave clothes not washed well. Needs more spinning/ washing power!
First, 20 months in I had to repair the dryer (drum wheel). Now 3 yrs in, the washer drum bearing is bad. The part/assembly costs $100 more than the washer itself and no one at Sears or Kenmore could care less.
I bought this washing machine and in less than two years the pump went out. First the drum, but it was still under warranty. They don't make products to last past the warranty.