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I need to use 10 gallons to have the washing machine run. If I want to reduce to 7 gallons What shall I do.(the machine is heavy duty one) Best regards, olive

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The only way to use less water in a washing machine is to turn your settings down to medium or small load, this is false economy as it takes more loads of laundry to get the job done,,To use your washer to its full economy, do full loads of laundry.
The washer requires a set amount of water to run,any less and you are not going to be happy with the results.
If you have the financial resources, you can install a water reclamation system,this will save and filter and then re-use the water again and again.

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