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GE GTWP1800DWW 3.7 Cu. Ft. White Top Load Washer

by GE

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  • 3.7 cu. ft. capacity top load washer
  • Dual action agitator provides gentle washing action
  • ExtraAction ribbed basket removes more moisture than smooth basket
  • Rotary electromechanical controls
  • 12 wash cycles handle various fabrics and soil levels
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Brand NameGE
Model InfoGTWP1800DWW
Item Weight155 pounds
Product Dimensions0.3 x 46 x 29 inches
Item model numberGTWP1800DWW
Part Number GEGTWP1800DWW
ColorWhite
Manufacturer Warranty Free 10yr Warranty on Major Components
  
Additional Information
ASINB007RBRSGE
Best Sellers Rank #8,498 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight155 pounds
Date First AvailableApril 4, 2012
  
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Package Content: Washermanualwarranty 4 water levels based on load size Bleach and fabric softener dispensers 3 wash/rinse temperatures 2-pulsed wash/spin speed combinations Height 42.00 Width 27.00 Depth 25.50 Weight 145.00 Color White Operating System Batteries Included Batteries Required Number of Batteries 155 Battery Type no batteries required Language Assembly Required

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Called GE: Another tech.
Drew
My washer started making a terrible banging noise on spin cycle about a year after purchase.
Michael Ross
Machine failed in less than 3 months.
Amber M. Hooper

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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By Amber M. Hooper on February 2, 2013
This washer uses a 10 pound concrete stone with 2 holes drilled through it and then bolted with rods to the bottom frame to counterweight the position of the motor. The concrete is of low quality and normal vibration from use of the machine gradually expands the holes in the concrete to the point that the concrete block fails. When it happens (and it will happen) you will know it. This causes extreme vibration and then instant motor failure do to the bouncing around of the concrete block. Machine failed in less than 3 months. A $400.00 warranty repair and the exact situation occured on the very first load after repair was made. Now GE is going to replace the machine. Big deal. I don't really want that junk in my house. Wash machines have long used counter weights but GE has sunk to a new low by using a 10 pound concrete block as the material. If you have this machine make sure you get an extended warranty because you are going to be having problems. I guarantee it. Don't believe me then call any authorized GE service provider. This is one for the record books.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By MJ Roach on December 15, 2012
12/13 1st day I used this washer -I have done 12 loads so far -I was surprised by the weird sounds this washer makes-it makes a "woosh" when it cleans because the motor rotates the drum back and forth its very slow moving "drum speed" compared to my old washer but it cleaned my clothes better than my old whirlpool- the rinse and final spin cycle sound like a jet taking off -Bottom line great washer at a great price and its made in the USA!
Pros:
Durable, Lots of Features, Good Size & Weight, Easy to Use, Sturdy, Looks Great, Easy to Install, Nice Design, Easy to Clean
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37 of 48 people found the following review helpful By GG on September 17, 2012
These new washing machines are a consumers worst nightmare due to the drastic changes manufacturers have made. The worst is that you cannot lift the lid for any reason, to do so causes the machine to stop. Forget the days of watching the agitator in action. Is it working, who knows? Maybe if they put a glass or even plexiglass window on the lid so you could look in to see if it's working would make it a more tolerable experience. The machine pauses at predetermined intervals for reasons only it knows. Agitator moves much more slowly than my old machine which was a workhorse. On the positive side, it is so quiet you don't even know it's on. The spin cycle is so fast that the clothes come out virtually dry. This one has a break that stops the drum in a split second if you open it during the spin cycle. The wash cycles are "whites, permanent press, and colors". Each has a heavy, regular and light marking which makes the wash load longer or shorter respectively. Heavy will agitate them quicker, but suppose I want them agiated faster without making the wash cyle longer? Sorry, no can do. My old machine had cycles for "gentle, normal, hand wash". Each cycle determined the speed of the agitator regardless of how many minutes you wanted the to wash. Ultimately, the question is whether they actually get your clothes clean. My question is why the water gets dark when I put in my work clothes! I don't roll around in the dirt, I'm a white collar professional. The water never got dark in my old machine unless I threw stuff I knew was soiled in there. It appears to me that all these drawbacks in the new machines are an ovezealous attempt to make them safer for unsupervised children and overmedicated adults.Read more ›
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Annie H on January 12, 2014
This washer seemed great for the first year, but then the drum would constantly become unbalanced during the spin cycle and it has basically thrown itself out. I can't do a single load without being home to run to the washer and lift the lid to re-balance everything. Even then, it sometimes won't stop making it's ridiculously loud racket, or hopping around the laundry room. I've had this washer for a year and a half and I already have to buy a new one because this one is the biggest piece of crap I have ever owned. I will never buy another GE appliance again. This washer wasn't cheap when I bought it and I am extremely POed to have to buy another one so soon.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Michael Ross on December 29, 2014
My washer started making a terrible banging noise on spin cycle about a year after purchase. The problem was coming from the 10 lbs concrete counter weight that had come loose. It was held in place by 2 - 1/4" x 4" bolts that screwed into self tapping holes in the base plate to the tub. The self tapping holes stripped out, allowing the weight to come completely out. Very poor design.
If you are a serious DIYer, you can fix it. Take off the front panel of the washer, then take off the drive belt, then the motor. Drill out the self tapping holes with a 5/16" drill. Then secure the weight using nuts to tighten and hold the weight in place. Getting the drive belt back on is easy if you use plastic ties to hold the belt on the tub pulley.
You can find helpful instructions inside the control cover. Take off the control knobs and the several screws to remove.
Total cost for me was about $30 because I had to buy a 90° drill bit chuck for my drill driver to drill out the self tapping holes. It took me about 6 hours, but much of that time was spent figuring out my game plan on the fly.
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