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I don't think I am getting enough water to appropriately wash.

How do you know if the water level is appropriate? After the water shuts off during the first cycle there isn't anmy water in the tub, the clothes appear to soak up all the water. Is this correct or should the clothes roll through at least some water as the tub rotates?

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This is correct, the machine will only fill the clithes to a saturation point and not much more part that at all, as the cycle progresses and more water is needed it will addd accordingly, yo have an extremely efficient machine there!!!1/3 the water and 1/2 the electric of conventional top loading washers

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