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Magic Chef 1.5 cu. ft. Compact Electric Dryer, White
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- 1.5 cu ft capacity allows you to dry up to 5.5 lbs of clothing
- Stainless steel tub provides durability
- See-through window lets you monitor clothes as they dry
- 3 drying temperatures offer better fabric care
- Lint filter (air intake filter) is easy to access for cleaning
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The Magic Chef Compact 1.5 cubic foot Electric Dryer in White is just what you need when you don't have tons of space for a laundry setup. Its compact, space-saving design makes it perfect for apartments, dorms or even RVs. For added convenience, you can mount it on the wall, or place it on your countertop. It uses a standard 110-volt (120 VAC, 15 amp) outlet, eliminating the need for special wiring that is required with many other dryers. Its three temperature settings provide options for proper fabric care. Anti-Wrinkle selection provides periodic tumbling at the end of a dryer cycle to help reduce wrinkling Four timer settings offer versatile drying options Select from a high and low heat setting to address a wide range of fabrics Dryer can be placed on your countertop or wall-mounted to save space
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I have done about 6 loads today. All Full loads including an adult sleeping bag. (My old washer died and the clothes had been piling up!). It has gotten the clothes just as clean, if not cleaner, than my then expensive front loader. It's quiet and efficient and small. I really like the fact that you can't overload this one. My kids would shove so many clothes in the other washer that they barely got clean. The agitation is also efficient and really gets the job done. I'm so pleased I went with this style and particularly this machine!
I have only used this washer one day but want to share my observations, and will update my review as I know more.
This washer is not as compact as I thought it would be, and actually seems to be only a little smaller than a full size to me, but that may just be me. The instruction manual is so bad, they seriously should demand a refund from whoever they paid to write it. Seriously. Its next to useless.
I put a small load in to test my washer, and chose the flash wash. It washed and stopped. No rinse, no spin. So I chose a wash cycle and it washed a complete set of cycles for about 35 minutes (not exact). So it is confusing, as other reviewers have stated. I found this very frustrating as I don't think I should have to figure out how to make a machine work I just paid all that money for. Ridiculous. I deducted one star for that alone, plus I expected more compactness, and I am not sure if ordering the 2.1 cu ft instead of the smaller one was that much of a difference in size. Because of the unexpected size (I should have measured), I had to install it in my tiny extra bathroom that I normally use just to store and clean out my shampooer.
I expected problems with the quick adapter, but was happily surprised when I had none - it fit my faucet just right. Because I did not see any pics of the adapter posted by other reviewers, I am posting pics. Our first attempt was to attach it to the shower pipe, but it would not fit.
It washes okay from what I can tell so far. I only put a pair of pajamas and a tee shirt gown in the first small load and stumbling through cycles got them clean in the end. it makes more noise than I thought it would based on the reviews I had read, but its not a deal breaker for me since this bathroom is just off my kitchen, and I can, for the most part, ignore it.
My biggest complaints with this washer are its size and the useless instruction manual. I tried to call Magic Chef Customer Care, but could not get through to anyone. They do have a website, though, and you can put in for warranty service or something there and someone will call you. I bought a Magic Chef Compact Dryer just before I bought this and Customer Care was a great help with it. I'm hoping they can explain how to actually work this machine when I am finally able to reach them.
I don't know if I recommend this washer or not. I think I will use it awhile longer and come back and update this review. i'm so confused on how to operate it I could not at this point recommend it to anyone I know.
UPDATE: I have been using this washer for awhile longer now. I only use the full cycle since I cannot figure out how to use any of the others. It is a 42 minute cycle total. It does get my clothes very clean. Nothing has come out not completely clean to date.
I do want to add this one thing. Someone stated the wash tub does not fill completely, that it stops 10" below the top rim. I almost did not order this washer because of that. I checked when filling a full load (large load) and it actually stops only about 6" from the rim, and that is not for energy efficiency or water saving, it is so the water does not slosh out the top of the machine as it is agitating. Just wanted to clear that up.
Be aware if you order this machine that you will be on your own figuring out how to program the various cycles. The manual is truly useless.
#1 The feet are plastic and they thread into a plastic base. The shipping box was super beat up when I got it and one of the legs broke off. Instead of going through the bother of returning a washer jush fixed the foot myself, but it wouldn't have broken had they just made the bolt and threads that hold the foot in place out of metal instead of plastic. There is a lot of metal on this washer and chosing to make the part that holds the weight out of plastic is just dumb.
#2 This is suposed to be a poratble washer, but the two wheels on the back are so tiny they are practically worthless. I got the 2.1cf model and it is just barely light enough for me to move it. The wheels should be larger.
#3 It only works well on the large load setting (even with small loads). Otherwise the drum knocks around and sounds like it's going to hurt itself. It doesn't fill the drum very full so even the largest load setting doesn't use much water.
Now the good things about this washer, and there are a lot of them:
#1 It does a great job washing clothes!
#2 The capacity is understated. This thing can wash more clothes than some "full-sized" washers because it doesn't have an old style center agitator taking up space.
#3 It spins a lot of water out of the clothes and isn't very loud.
#4 It takes up a lot less space than a full sized washer, and it would fit in my prius c if I needed to move it.
#5 It doesn't use much power. It peaks at about 250 watts when the agitator pulses on, and uses about 310 (usually) to 750 watts (max) on the spin cycle. This was super important to me because I live off grid and only have a 1200 watt system.
#6 I love the clear lid. It's fun to watch it working and it's handy that it folds in half for smaller spaces.
It takes about 40 to 45 minutes to wash clothes and tells you how much time is left.
I like it better than any other washer I've had, but the crappy plastic legs killed one and a half stars for me, the other two minor issues killed the other half : (
Note: In the picture it looks like the foot just came unscrewed but the wimpy plastic threads in the hole are broken off. I fixed it by sticking a piece of cardboard in the hole then stcrewed the foot back in.
I'm used to having a washer/dryer in my home, but after we moved to a rental house we went without one for over two years. I couldn't take the laundromat trips anymore. We've always hung out laundry,for the most part anyway, so I don't miss not having a dryer, but this washer has lived up to everything I had hoped it would! I've gained my time back, and no longer have to drive, only to sit, at the laundromat. Kudos on a fantastic product!