Question about Washing Machines
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: What is my washer's capacity?
able to find a spec sheet on your specific washer, but i can tell you that you have a whirlpool made kenmore washer. and at 18 yrs ago they have only gotten larger, youd be hard pressed (unles you bought a apt sized machine or a laundry center) to get a smaller capacity machine. new machines are huge in comparison to the oldies
Posted on Oct 26, 2008
hi wanda, most top load whirlpool units, they make the sears kenmore models, are around 3.0 cubic feet.
its not that important for a top loader, but when going to a front loader thats how they rate them.
what i would recommend is you buy a unit that will do the laundry that you will need to do for the next 15 years.
what i mean is if you have 2 or more young children, that you will be doing laundry for the next 15 years, then a full size front loader would do you good. size 3.5 c/f or larger, like a whirlpool he4 or he5.
if it is just for 2 people then a smaller unit would be better, like a whirlpool duet or sport model.
the reason for the choice is a front loader needs to be filled up for it to work properly. doing smaller loads in a front loader will cause them to shake and not work as well.
now be ready as the new washers will cost about 1,000 bucks.
another suggestion for 2 people would be the whirlpool cabrio top loader. i like them alot and they have very few parts to fail and have a good reliability.
good luck and happy shopping.
p.s. remember sears will match prices and give you 10% off the best price!!
Posted on Jan 31, 2009
Pi,r,squared times height. Remember math back when we didn't have computers? So that's 3.14 x radius(half the distance across drum)squared(times itself) times height or depth of drum. Remember to do radius times itself first, then Pi, then height.
Posted on Jun 29, 2009
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