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Haier HWD1000 Front-Load 1.7-Cubic-Foot Washer/Dryer Combo

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  • Front-load washer/dryer combo with electronic control panel and 1.7-cubic-foot stainless-steel drum
  • Can be built right into a kitchen cabinet; works off a regular power socket; no external venting required
  • 3 standard wash cycles; 6 fabric-care wash cycles; prewash and extra-rinse options
  • Detergent, fabric-softener, and bleach dispensers; 3 standard dry cycles; ultra-quiet operation
  • Measures 21-9/16 by 23-7/8 by 33-3/4 inches; 1-year limited warranty
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Technical Details
Brand NameHaier
Model InfoHWD1000
Item Weight127 pounds
Item model numberHWD1000
Part Number HWD1000
  
Additional Information
ASINB000QFGY7C
Best Sellers Rank #9,702 in Appliances (See top 100)
Shipping Weight198 pounds
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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Compact laundry solution for small spaces with no venting capabilities, making it the perfect companion for small homes, apartments, cabins, RVs, and boats. Haier's washer and dryer combo model makes it possible for you to do it all in one step! Put in a dirty load, and with the touch of a button, it'll come out fresh, dry, and smelling sweet. It's a great time-saver for busy families that need to do laundry frequently. Key features include: auto select wash and rinse temperatures; water-saving rinse option; self-locking door; adjustable leveling legs; and a 1 year warranty. The Haier Ventless Washer/Dryer Combo HWD1000 is an elegant all-in-one solution for the vexing problems of limited space and lack of venting

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2.0 out of 5 stars

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73 of 74 people found the following review helpful By N. Bradbury on January 29, 2009
DO NOT DEPEND ON CUSTOMER SERVICE. Within the one year warranty the pump quit. For several weeks I attempted to get a customer service person, and when I finally did it was useless. Because they had no repair people in my region, they decided they would would replace my washer, and they would pay shipping costs. Nice offer, but they never followed through. And I again was in telephone hell. I will NEVER buy another Haier product again.
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44 of 46 people found the following review helpful By K. McCain on March 14, 2009
I love this washer/dryer. Its easy to use cleans great and is compact. I have an apartment that only had a washer hook-up and it perfect for my space. Each cycle takes about about 2 and 1/2 hours but thats no problem for me. It cleans a whole lot better than my old top load washer and alot quieter. The capcity for loads is much smaller than my old top load, of course, so I wash more loads. That is no problem, as well, because this is a better cleaning machine hands down anyway. I highly recommend this washer/dryer.
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45 of 49 people found the following review helpful By J. Yearta on July 23, 2009
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Not at all dependable. I bought a Haier for a small kitchen in my daughter's new little house. It leaked from day 1 or did not work at all somedays. It flooded her new carpets and new floors 8-9 times. We just unplugged it. After Dependable Appliance put me off and made excuses for one month and did nothing...they said they could not refund me...for me to call Haier. Guess What? Haier is doing nothing either. My daughter has a metal piece of junk in her kitchen and has to go back and forth to my house to do her laundry. Terrible customer service! I guess the courts will be next.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Sandrene Mathews on August 22, 2009
We bought this appliance from another vendor. After waiting a few months for the backordered unit to arrive, we hooked it up in the kitchen of our small apartment. After the first couple loads it was making a lot of noise, especially when it spun. And only the first load went through the entire wash and dry cycle. After that it would shut down randomly about 15 minutes into drying. We tried just using the dry cycle, and the spin and dry cycle. All of them shut down right away, so we had to run it several times, then hang our clothes out to finish drying. After awhile water started pooling in the machine as well. We had technicians come out, and they replaced the computer but that didn't help. Finally we were able to convince Haier to send us another unit, but we had to go through the same vendor again, which took another month or so. In the meantime, we had to cut off the plug and send the serial number to Haier, then we were responsible for disposing of the rest of the unit.

When the new unit came we had the same problems, minus the water pooling. We had the motor replaced (which was not an easy task for the technician to do) and the computer replaced again. After a few runs it started staying on a little longer, but still not enough to dry the clothes, and no matter how many times we ran the spin and dry cycle, we still had to hang our clothes out for a little while to dry. Haier has agreed to give us a refund, finally, after much haggling, but again we have to send them the plug and serial number, and throw the unit away.

Nevermind all the trouble we had with both units. I have little faith in a company that thinks it's more beneficial for the consumer to throw their product away than for the to attempt to have it shipped back to repair and sell refurbished. Obviously they don't feel their product is worth the hassle. And while I agree, it makes me very unwilling to purchase anything from them again.
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25 of 28 people found the following review helpful By james on December 15, 2011
I did some research on this before buying and it turned out to be a great machine! counting that I am a service tech I installed it the correct way ( making sure it sat level in place and took all the shipping bolts and bracket out of the back) it runs great. people need to understand that this is a condensing Steam drier. your clothes DO come out dry but with a LOT more moisture content or humidity to them. this isnt running 280v 2500 watts element and drying your clothes to crispy like a regular drier.
I think 90 percent of the low reviews come from what I listed above, including not running the factory recommended quick wash before running your clothes to be sure you are washing with fresh water. Also i think that they are using the front touch panel wrong. there are 3 ways to run the machine, 1 is wash rinse spin with no dry 2 is a 3.5 hr give or take total clean including dry time. 3rd is to pick your wash cycle. depending on load 1-3 hrs then picking your dry cycle, 2hrs or less. The only thing i give this a bad review on is the lint catch in the drain. It IS a bad design. if not tight enough it will drip water. and they shouldve made it mesh instead of pencil eraser sized round holes. I took the liberty of smashing a wire mesh into the catch to get as much lint as I can before it goes down the drain. But all in all of 2 weeks use SO FAR SO GOOD. Thanks!
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21 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Jessica on December 26, 2009
Picked up this machine last winter because I needed a ventless dryer for my small laundry room - and loved the idea of having a machine that combined washing and drying functions. Being just my husband and I, we don't go through a ton of laundry in a week - two or three loads in this little washer was a standard week for us.

About six months in, the dryer stopped working. Oh, it still ran...and ran...and ran...but just didn't dry the clothes. They actually seemed more wet, if that's possible. I figured out that it was a broken heating element, and after hearing about negative experiences with customer service, opted not to have it repaired (though it was still under warranty), and use it just as a washer and air dry clothes.

Now, I'm wondering whether it's even getting my clothes clean. We have a yellow labrador retriever and lots of dark clothes, and it seems like every load of laundry has more dog hair on it once it comes out than when it goes in...

And the "lint trap" - ugh, I don't even know what to say about that. Each time I open it, I must be prepared with several towels and a bucket, because it holds no lint, just a bunch of water...which has probably voided my warranty, anyway.

For now, I continue to use it as a washer because it fits the space well, and it's 120V. Otherwise...ugh. Well, it's energy efficient, so that's something I suppose. :(
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