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The second wash load the lid lock would not stop locking and unlocking after one hour.
All I need is a basic washing machine but the leak seemed to imply poor reliability/longevity and this factor is very important to me.
Does not have an actual "Warm" water setting - when selected, this just uses cold tap water with no addition of hot water.
This piece of junk lasted two years and two months before the drum bearing went. I don't normally buy the extended warranty -- silly me -- since normally repairs early on are not... Read morePublished 1 month ago by JustTakeMyMoney
I've seen many complaints about this washer, I've had this for more than a year now, and it is great. No soak cycle? You're all wrong, and right. Read morePublished 3 months ago by walter szumski
I can't comment other than two things. At least on the extra rinse when selected, it just fills up with water, then drains immediately without agitation. Read morePublished 4 months ago by M. White
Purchased this in 2011 from a big box store with blue sign :), but this is one way for me to review it even though I'm not sure if it's still available anywhere. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Careful Shopper
We had purchased this washer on 7/13 it is now 09/14. One day while when we were washing clothes, the wash cycle stopped and smoke came out of the back indicating a minor fire. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Chris F.
Pile of junk, I bought this washer at Lowe's ( 2011 Nov. new used ) for $ 124.99, no instruction, water hose in seal plastic bag, miss one water selector knob ( $ 29. Read morePublished 8 months ago by HECO
I liked the size and it worked fine, but it died after 3 years with bad bearings with average use for a family of 5. Good bye Whirlpool. Now I'm going to try Speed Queen.Published 9 months ago by GoChicagoGo
OK, the unit washes well and then here is what I don't like. It takes a third longer washing time than my previous unit. This unit has more stops and pauses than you can imagine. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Steven R. Ballard