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Water consumption I want to know how much water is consumed in the  regular wash and delicate wash cycle  as well as the amount used in the  regular rinse and delicate rinse cycle. Model  FIVT4496FS1 Serial SC90C36991

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You can call the manufacture cust service number they will have that info for you

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