Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
It seems to me there is not enough water in the washer to get my clothes completely wet when I fill it more than half way full of laundry.
I always let the washer run about 2 mins which is usually long enough to wet the clothes really good then I hit the cancel button twice and it will empty any excess water, which usually isn't any. then I quickly tap the start button, add my detergent and softner and let the cycle run. I'm like u, I know it's supposed to cut down on water use, but I want the clothes clean too! sometimes when it shows "add garments" i'll tap pause, open the door and poir in a gallon or 2 of water from a big pitcher I keep handy. hope this helps
Posted on Aug 08, 2015
Its because of the design of the machine they are water efficient.a front load uses any where from 15 to 18 gals. compared to 40 to 50 gals.for a top load. they also have a higher spin rate than the top loader,therefore making your close dryer and having a less drying time in the dryer.energy efficient too!!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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