Laundry Made Simple
The Best Way to Wash
Built for Convenience
I would have given it 5 dtars but it leaves a little to much water in the clothes
Can not leave the house and expect the washer to run right . Go into a spin and cloths does not level out have to open up the lid and straighten them out. Give me the old washers back 10 years ago. They try to have these eco systems to save water but if your clothes don't balance out the washer goes back to filling up the washer again to try balance the load again it will keep doing it until it balance the load or you go and rearrange them tell me that is saving water. I just got this one because my G.E. broke down and it was doing the same thing . It is all ab out balance loads and sensors if every thing is not just right then the thing goes haywire! Sears replaced my G.E. washer with this one we could not order one we wanted we had to take the one that was on the floor because the store is shutting down and they said that we had to take the floor model and it had a big dent in the side so what do you do.
large capacity, big enough to wash a buick. it is over kill with the jungle it plays when the wash cycle is done. [This review was collected as part of a promotion.]
It sings when a load is finished. I like how you can do deep wash as a option
I would never have purchased this machine, if I had known that the "short" wash is 45 minutes. Ridiculous.
The drum is quite deep, which I suppose is great, but you have to bend "into" the machine to pull out items. If you use bleach in your wash, it gets splattered on the top edges of the **** during the wash, and you risk getting the clothing you're wearing in contact with unseeable bleach. I have ruined three shirts with bleach stains by simply reaching deep into the drum. I am 6'2". I can't imagine a shorter person reaching all the way to the bottom.
The clothes do get clean, so that isn't an issue.