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WHIRLPOOL GIDDS-118574 27" Gas Washer/Dryer Combo, White

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Product Information

Color:White

Technical Details

Brand Name Whirlpool
Model Info GIDDS-118574
Item Weight 312 pounds
Product Dimensions 1 x 1 x 1 inches
Item model number GIDDS-118574
Part Number GIDDS-118574
Color White
Fuel type gas
Certification Not Applicable
Included Components Hardware, Fasteners & Hooks, flat-washers
Batteries Required? No

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ASIN B008FK8TZ0
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4.0 out of 5 stars 6 customer reviews

4.0 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #782,301 in Appliances (See top 100)
#59 in Home Improvement > Appliances > Washers & Dryers > All-in-One Combination Washers & Dryers
Shipping Weight 313 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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Date First Available May 30, 2008

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Product Description

Color: White

The perfect solution for small laundry spaces. This 27 inch gas washer/dryer combo with 8 cycles, 4 temperatures and large capacity wash basket is designed to fit into small spaces and provide a high performance wash.

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By Don on November 11, 2012
Color: White
Runs forever. No problems in 16 years! We have done tons of laundry. Family of four. Highly recommend. Great value
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Like others, I object very much to this model's "answer" to greater energy efficiency standards. We replaced our 10 year old combination Whirlpool with this new model last year. Instead of building a better efficiency motor, Whirlpool has provided an inferior design that did not cost anything more to manufacture. First, the temperature settings (as others have noted) do not actually allow a hot wash, or a warm or hot rinse. This counts toward "energy rating" goals, but the washer is useless for sanitizing, stripping mildew, or...just washing with hot water. Second, this washer skimps on water (the "large" setting only fills the tub half full with water) and the controls provide no manual over-ride, which counts as "saving energy" for the manufacturer, but leaves items in a large load sticking out of the water for several minutes of the wash cycle. Third, because of the very small volume of water in the tub, the agitation is more severe than in previous top-loaders. We have had small holes develop in all our sheets that are more than one year old, especially on the fitted sheets near the elastic. I suspect the agitator catches the material and exerts more force on it than with the greater amount of water that the agitation was designed to move. We have never had holes develop before, and we have only premium sheets (Lands End, Ralph Lauren, Cuddledown of Maine). Whirlpool: build a better motor to meet energy regulations, don't take your energy savings out on your customers!
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I am giving one star because zero is not an option. I had a Whirlpool Thin Twin and had no problems for 20 years until the transmission went. I could have fixed it but I felt it was time for a new machine so I replaced it with the current model. I checked the reviews at multiple sites and was surprised by so many negative ones but after my stellar experience I considered them to be unenlightened. How wrong I was! I wish I had listened. They were spot on! The new version is NOTHING like the old. This machine is so badly designed Whirlpool should apologize to us and get rid of the executive that authorized production of this travesty and provide a retrofit to fix what can be fixed, without charge, to all of us who are stuck with this sorry excuse for a Thin Twin.

First, the washer: The pressure switch from the original model has been replaced with a very sensitive switch that only allows the tub to fill at most to 30% of capacity. The company claims the most water will fill using the heavy duty cycle but that is not my experience. The pressure switch shuts off upon reaching the medium level and will not add more when set for a large load. The clothing will absorb the water and there is not enough liquid for the dirt to dissolve so it can be drained away. The level is more like the extra-small setting on my old Thin Twin. If you put your clothing in first (which is what Whirlpool recommends) then even LESS water fills the tub and the clothing on the top stays dry. There is so little water it will not dissolve powdered detergent and white flakes will be stuck to your clothing unless you manually run a second or third rinse cycle (which you should do anyway because there is precious little water in the rinse cycle and we got rashes from the residue left in the fabric).
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