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Kenmore 22352 4.2 cu. ft. Top-Load Washer w/Deep Fill – White

Item# 02622352000P | Model# 22352 | Added on May 31, 2016 |
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Kenmore 22352 4.2 cu. ft. Top-Load Washer w/Deep Fill – White
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More Laundry, Less Hassle Spend less time in the laundry room and let this Kenmore top-load washer get the work done for you. From mountains of kids clothes to piles of delicates, this washer has the power and finesse to handle just about any fabric you throw in it. Got somewhere to be? Dial up Express Wash to get a smaller load done in a fraction of the time so you can wear that favorite shirt to work or date night.

Mix it Up

  • Need more water for your next full load? Select the Deep Fill option on select cycles to keep everything perfectly mixed

Better Cleaning

  • A total of 12 wash cycles give you the right kind of cleaning for each load
  • Express Wash gets a small load of laundry done in a fraction of a regular time
  • Bulky Bedding and Jeans/Towels ensure that your bulkier and hardier loads get the cleaning care they need to come out fresh and clean
  • Select soil level, wash temp, water level and rinse options to further customize each load, from tough denim to delicate work shirts

Gentle On Your Fabrics

  • A stainless steel wash basket won't dent, rust or snag on your fabrics
  • Fabric softener dispenser so you can get laundry done without the annoying extra steps

Bring on the Bulky Stuff

  • A 4.2 cu. ft. capacity fits a large load of laundry inside
  • Even bulky bedding and towels are easy so you don't have to make unnecessary trips to the laundromat
This product is:
Energy Guide Rated
This product comes with:
Owner's Manual (1)Product Warranty
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65
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Praise
By willkseattle
November 8th, 2018
Great Washer!

I'm glad that I didn't pay attention to the negative reviews. I was sad to say so long to my Kenmore 80 series washer which was over 22 years old and until recently, had performed like a champ. I'd been warned that I'd never be happy with an HE machine. Not true! This machine is amazing. It holds very large loads and uses much less water. It does a great job cleaning, as good or better than my old washer. It's much quieter and has a variety of cycles. I'm running shorter dryer loads because this washer has a very effective spin cycle. It also has a deep fill option which is useful for washing blankets and oversize loads. This washer is made by Whirlpool and they've been building good quality machines for many years. This is a solid washer, no lighter than my old one. Sears beat everyone else on price and delivery. Very happy with this purchase.

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Criticism
By MrsHinz
July 8th, 2018
Detailed Review - Worst Machine Ever - Part 1

When I bought this machine in June of 2017, there was an error on the product description page – the description did not say it was an HE (high efficiency) machine. I also was unaware that Sears.com is a wholly separate company from Sears, which led to a host of almost comical, but in the end, incredibly frustrating experiences. Let’s begin with the machine, there are so many issues I’m going to number them for easier reading. 1. Over time the machine STINKS. Yes, you are thinking “this won’t happen because it’s a top-loader” but nooooo, the top-loaders have major STINK issues just as bad as the front-loaders, and Sears.com will tell you the warranty does not include smell issues. The stink started even with my following the directions – use detergent sparingly and put it in the bottom of the drum before you put the clothing in. By 6 months, the machine developed a nasty stink, and my tech told me it would cost $350 to take apart the machine and clean the plastic “pan” (really a plastic jug” in the bottom that never fully drained and was the source of the mildew smell. He recommended trying “Affresh” tablets and using them once a week. Great! Let’s spend an extra $2 a week on another fix, but I tried it and it worked, for a while. By the 10 month mark, the machine was stinking no matter how many times I used the Affresh tablets, and one week, I tried using 3 full boxes of Affresh, one load after the next (that’s $36 of Affresh). And it did NOTHING. I also leave the lid open whenever it’s not in use, that does nothing for it. So I have a machine that stinks, a useless warranty, and let’s talk about Sears.com service in number two. 2. I tried addressing the stink issue with Sears.com representatives. Turns out they are in the Philappines and after they told me that the warranty absolutely does not cover stink, they passed me from one rep to the next, 15 times over 3 hours, in the most comical way, I imagine they were all having a good laugh. There is no way to contact management and frankly, it’s insulting to a consumer. Sears.com will never again have my business and as the way they are doing business is wronging the consumer and killing their brand relationship. Even worse, it reflects badly on the brick and morter Sears as they share the same name. 3. It takes a really long time for a cycle to complete. It’s out of sync with my fast-paced lifestyle, and even the express cycle takes far too long. 4. You can choose between an “Auto fill” and a “Deep Fill”. Auto fill will not cover your clothes, it’s shocking how little water is in there. And Deep Fill goes all the way up to the top. There is no way to control how much water you want in the machine between these two settings. Horrible. 5. Deep Fill takes FOREVER to fill, because it still adds in water little by little instead of a full surge. Makes no sense at all – what were they thinking? See next review for Part 2.

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Replacing our 25 year old Kenmore with a new one

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Old Kenmore ran great for 25 years (for our family of 5) right up to the end of its service life and beyond. Discharge Pump went out and when I replaced the pump, I found that many parts were warn out and needed replacement. The old machine continued to run until our order for our new machine arrived. Look forward to another 25 years with this new one.

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Good Product!

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Great washer with multiple settings and a large drum

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Auto fill only!

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This washer conserves water to a fault! You can NOT pick the water level. Deep fill only means a little more than it senses necessary. Only the bulky/bedding setting has a decent water level.

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J Martin
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Don't buy this washer!

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I hate this machine; unless it was defective when purchased, it is one of the worse machines I've ever purchased. I do not recommend this machine if you want hassle free, clean laundry. You will not only waste laundry detergent and additives, you'll waste water and utilites.

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