Bring on the Bulky Stuff
With a 4.3 cu. ft. capacity, this washer can handle big loads with little fuss. Fitting fluffy towels, blankets and comforters, you'll spend less time doing laundry.
Triple Action Impeller Revs Up Cleaning Power
9 powerful spray jets and 3 unique wash basket motions work together for deep cleaning using a high-efficiency design. Whether you're washing post-game soccer uniforms or tossing in a load of towels, the triple action impeller can get the job done right the first time.
No More Handwashing
Set the dial to Stain Boost to attack those tough stains with longer soak times without wreaking havoc on gentle fabrics. Whether you’re battling grass stains or set-in baby food, the stain boost feature does all the work for you.
So Fresh and So Clean
The Clean Washer cycle helps you nix musty odors and keep the interior of your washer clean and ready for your next laundry day. Simply press a button and walk away. No more wiping away leftover detergent.
I had reviewed the specifications for this washer prior to buying it, and decided to read some of the reviews. After reading the reviews, my wife and I decided to buy this machine with some caution. But I’m glad we decided!! I can’t understand the low reviews...if you follow the directions in the operating guide and on the machine, and use the correct (HE) detergent, the washer does a perfect job of cleaning clothes. I think some folks expect this machine to be an agitator, high water volume, washer. It is not. It is an impeller, low water volume, washer. As such, don’t expect or believe that this machine does a lousy job of cleaning using “just the right amount” of water. I was skeptical too...but the excellent results speak for themselves. One other thing, because this machine and others like it use low water volumes, they have a higher “soil”-to-water ration, making it imperative to run a periodic cleaning cycle with a purpose-made cleaner to prevent odor-causing bacteria from accumulating in the washer. If this cleaning is done...something not required on agitator-style washers...there will little chance of the machine emitting odors. If there is an odor issue even after the cleaning cycle, do it again. So, in summary, this is a relatively quiet (what washing machine is silent?) washer...the hums and clicks it makes while sensing and adjusting the water level take some getting used to, but it’s not obnoxious or indicative of a problem. It means the washer is doing what it was designed to do. It does an excellent cleaning job and it just takes a change of old washing habits to get the very best performance from this washer.
3 years ago I bought this model on line. Great price! Lots of energy and water saving features. Installed it and it was an awesome washer up till now. It will not go into the spin cycle. The control board is out! Are you kidding me? we are a household of 2! 3 years old and the board is out which is a $200-$300 part pending where you buy it, plus the service tech charge. Now we are well over half of what I paid for the washer. According to Google forums this is a common problem with this model! I've bought lots of appliances from Sears over the years and they have always performed well till now. Quality is gone obviously. I bought a Speed Queen replacement that came with a 10 year warranty. I suggest you consider doing the same to protect yourself.
Canceled order found 30 days too long to wait for delivery and got same machine in 3 days for $50 dollars less and was charged on my credit card on day of order snd had a very nasty time getting it reversed Not dealing with Sears any more. Sears lost a good customer with all this.