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    Finally, a clothes washer....

    Finally, clean clothes. The install on this one is easy. BUT....



    - 11 lbs. Capacity
    - Digital Control Panel Display
    - 18 Program Settings
    - Multiple Water Temperature Settings
    - Multiple Fabric Settings
    - Extra Rinse Option
    - Delay Start (Up to 24 Hours) and Remaining Time
    - Low Water Consumption
    - Stainless Steel Drum
    - Automatic Detergent/Bleach Box and Softener Dispenser
    - 2 Separate Inlets for Hot and Cold Water
    - Drain Hose and Drain Pump
    - 180° Door Opening Angle
    - Leveling Legs
    - See-Thru Door
    - Rust-Proof Base


    Dimensions
    Height: 33 1/2"
    Width: 23 1/2"
    Depth: 21"
    Weight: 172 lbs.
    Capacity: 11 lbs.
    Power
    Electrical Requirements: 110-120V, 60Hz


    Last edited by leftyf; 02-01-2009 at 10:20 AM.

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    The dryer install is gonna be a bear.



    Whirlpool LDR3822PQ 24'' Compact Electric Dryer with 3.4 Cu. Ft. Capacity, 3 Automatic Cycles & Gentle Heat System,120 volt: White


    Key Features
    •3.4 cu. ft. Capacity
    •3 Automatic Cycles including Permanent Press
    •Gentle Heat System
    •2 Temperature Settings
    •Side-Swing Door
    •End-of-Cycle Signal
    •DuraWhite Interior
    •Internal Lint Filter
    •120-Volt Heat System

    Dimensions
    Width: 23 7/8"
    Max Height: 32 1/2"
    Top Height: 32"
    Depth: 21 15/16"
    Depth w/ door open: 37 3/16"

    Drying System Capacity: 3.4 cu. ft. Gentle Heat System: Yes Lint Screen:

    Internal Dryer Controls Temperature Settings: 2

    Heavy High (heat): Yes

    Permanent Press/Heavy High (air): Yes

    Timer Cycles: 3

    Automatic Dry: Yes

    Permanent Press/Regular: Yes

    Timed Drying: Yes Fluff Air: Yes

    Convenience Side-Swing Door: Yes

    End-of-Cycle Signal: Yes

    DuraWhite Interior: Yes

    General Information Electric Heating Elements (watts): 120V/1400W

    Motor (hp): 1/4 Installed Cord (ft.): 6

    Approximate Shipping Weight: 100 lbs.

    Electrical Requirements
    15 or 20 Amps. A four-wire or three-wire, single phase electrical supply is required. A time-delay fuse or circuit breaker and separate circuit is recommended. 60 Hz. 120 V. AC only. Use copper wire only.

    COST OF BOTH UNDER $950.00. I wanted separate units. I like to be able to wash and dry at the same time.

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    Received email this morning, notifying me that the washer was on it's way. maybe even get it installed next week. Gotta wait and see...

    Hot D***!!! Clean clothes!!

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    The Whirlpool dryer is available at Lowes for $448 + Tax. So, the price is just about the same, mailorder or local purchase.

    But, as least I know I can get it at Lowes and not have to hassle with ordering and local delivery.

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    Heave, heave....HOOOOOO!!!!

    Quote Originally Posted by leftyf View Post
    Finally, clean clothes. The install on this one a total *****!!

    Finally got the washing machine installed. It took two men and a boy to get it into place. It's big. It's bulky. And, there ain't no handles. And, placement was a bear tool

    Found out the dealer played games with the washer. I ordered stainless...got, porcelain. A quick call got me a...

    "Well, the prices are exactly the same. We were out of the Stainless...and I wanted to get you the washer as quick as we could....

    Oh well, live and learn.

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