Cubic feet

MODLE 110 IS YEST A CODE FOR KENMORE TO LET THEM NOW IT WAS MADE BY WHIRLPOOL AND MOST OF THEM THEY ARE 2.5QF

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

7 cubic ft. capacity.

Measure the diameter of the tub using a measuring tape

Measure the diameter of the tub using a measuring tape

- Divide the diameter by two to get the radius
- Measure the height of the tub in feet
- Multiply the square of the radius with the height of tub and pi (3.14). (square of radius x height x pi)

Jun 14, 2016 | Kenmore Dryers

Your dryer has a capacity of 7.5 cubic feet according to Sears Direct.

Feb 22, 2015 | Kenmore Dryers

You can find out the specs by entering your dryers model number here: Manuals and Troubleshooting Whirlpool

Jul 25, 2014 | Whirlpool Dryers

Good Morning Friend,

I understand that you want to know how many cubic feet your dryer, model# ATFB7000ES0, is. I was able to locate the specifications of your dryer, and it looks as though it is 3.0 cubic feet. I hope this is helpful.

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WP

I understand that you want to know how many cubic feet your dryer, model# ATFB7000ES0, is. I was able to locate the specifications of your dryer, and it looks as though it is 3.0 cubic feet. I hope this is helpful.

-Best Regards-

WP

Jun 06, 2014 | Frigidaire Dryers

7.3 cubic feet

May 29, 2014 | Kenmore Elite HE4 Electric Dryer

http://www.searspartsdirect.com/partsdirect/part-model/Maytag-Parts/Dryer-Parts/Model-PYE2300AYW/3048/0151200?pathTaken=&prst=0&shdMod=PYE2300AYW

go here and you can see the parts in your dryer,if the model isn't a maytag pye2300ay then just put your model number in there and it will show you,kenmore doesn't make anything,you go by the model number if it starts with 110. it's a whirlpool,if say 417. it's frigidaire made but the maytag model you sent has rollers and i would say if you have a kenmore 80 series it has rollers,you can buy a kit that comes with the rollers,belt and belt pulley

go here and you can see the parts in your dryer,if the model isn't a maytag pye2300ay then just put your model number in there and it will show you,kenmore doesn't make anything,you go by the model number if it starts with 110. it's a whirlpool,if say 417. it's frigidaire made but the maytag model you sent has rollers and i would say if you have a kenmore 80 series it has rollers,you can buy a kit that comes with the rollers,belt and belt pulley

Nov 14, 2013 | Maytag PYE2300AY Electric Dryer

pi r squared * depth to calculate this mathematically. Get a tape measure and measure the distance of the center of the drum to the edge, multiply that by itself. Then multipky that by 3.14. then measure from the back of the drum to the front edge and multiply by that. For example the dryer is 24 inches deep and has a 12 inch radius. 12 times 12 is 144 times 3.14 this is 452.16 times 24 equals 10851.84 cubic inches. divide that by 1728 to get cubic feet. You can do this in feet instead so it is easier. http://www.ehow.com/how_5622710_measure-dryer.html

Jul 09, 2013 | Dryers

Hello, about 7 cubic feet or roughtly 1.918 feet X1.918 feetX1.918 feet equal 7.048 cu/ft. I hope this help you. GB....stewbison

Sep 22, 2011 | Whirlpool Duet 7.0 Cu. Ft. 7-Cycle Super...

how many cubic feet is my maytag dryer model MDG9316Aww

Feb 16, 2011 | Maytag MED5700TQ Electric Dryer

Capacity is a key consideration when shopping for a dryer. The more you are able to dry in a single load, the less time and money you will spend doing your laundry. Most importantly, look for a dryer with approximately twice the cubic foot capacity of your washer.

Typical dryer capacity ranges from approximately 3.4 cubic feet (for a compact model) to over 7 cubic feet for an extra large capacitor

In addition to saving time by drying on fewer loads, and money on lower energy costs, a large capacity dryer often means spending less time once the laundry is dry. There is typically less wrinkling when clothes have more room to move around inside the drum.

Whirlpool brand offers dryers with a range of capacity and flexibility.

Dec 16, 2010 | Dryers

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