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Posted on Jan 02, 2017

SOURCE: WHAT IS THE LOAD CAPCITY SIZE OF WASHER MODEL 110.20702990

On newer, and sometimes a little newer, Whirlpool and Kenmore (Kenmore is made by Whirlpool) considers a few things in determing capacity. Most of the inner baskets are the same size, but they also add in agitator action into the mix. A Kenmore with an auger top agitator would have higher capacity than a Kenmore with just a normal agitator, even though it has the same sized drum. So a super capacity washer would have theoretically less CLEANING CAPACITY than a super capacity plus. The agitator action is actually what determines capacity on these models. So, with that in mind, cubic load should be about the same on both units. Sorry that I had to go into "Bill Nye The Washer Guy" mode, but thats about the only way to describe. Let me know if I can confuse you any more haha. Seriously though, if you need further help or info, write back, and will try to get you some other information. Remember, this theory only works on top load "normal people" washers, not the front loaders.

Posted on Feb 15, 2008

SOURCE: LG Dishwasher 4.0 cubic feet Leaking from underneath the front door

Maybe you should get someone to patch it,.. or you could just get a new one,..

Posted on Oct 21, 2008

SOURCE: Hello,

I would you recommend you make a burial date for that machine. The best ones out right now are whirlpool, or one of their models like roper etc... just get the standard models. I do not recommend front load models. This goes the same for the Fridge. The better one out is whirlpool, maytag and the other models are having a bad compressor issues... let me know if i can be more assist to you.

Posted on Apr 26, 2009

SOURCE: How many cubic feet are in the Kenmore Washer Model 110 80 series

The cubic feet of the Kenmore washer model 110 heavy duty is 2.8 cubic feet. Measured to the top water line 14.5 inches and using the radius of the tub of 10.375 inches.

Posted on Oct 26, 2009

SOURCE: Cubic Feet of Washer

3.2 cu ft.

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Posted on Sep 12, 2010

Good Afternoon friend, thank you for your post!

From the information you have provided you need to know the cubic footage of your Frigidaire washer, FSE447GHS0. I have researched your model and it appears to be 4.4 cubic ft. I hope this information is helpful to some degree. -Matt

Feb 25, 2015 | Frigidaire Refrigerators

The third number after the period of the model number identifies the cubic feet. such as 106.2142234 your cubic feet would be 14 or 24 from there you should be able to tell if you have a 14 or 24 cubic feet fridge just by looking at how big it is.

May 23, 2012 | Kenmore Refrigerators

Hi,

Here is a tip that I wrote that tells you how to figure out how big yourrefrigerator and/or your freezer is...

New Refrigerator Size or Refrigerator Cubic Feet

Heatman101

Here is a tip that I wrote that tells you how to figure out how big yourrefrigerator and/or your freezer is...

New Refrigerator Size or Refrigerator Cubic Feet

Heatman101

Jul 26, 2011 | Refrigerators

I cannot find much on the model number - but from the look of it - 17 cubic feet

NT__17__B6ST

My best guess :-)

NT

My best guess :-)

May 27, 2011 | Admiral Refrigerators

If my calculations are right, this washing machine is approximately 3.00 cubic feet. You may want to double check it for yourself, though. I used http://www.ehow.com/how_6358141_calculate-cubic-feet-washer.html (updated 5/7/2010) to help in the calculation. My machine was approx 15"/1.25' deep and 21"/1.75' high. Hope this helps.

Aug 18, 2010 | Washing Machines

We have the same model. We plan to purchase a replacement washer, and tank size is a major factor.

Machine manuals are available at www.whirlpool.com. It's great Whirlpool has the docs available online, but there was no indication of tank volume for this model found in the manuals: Parts, User, Instructions.

I decided to figure it out by filling the washing machine tank manually counting the number gallons of water dumped in. I managed to dump in 23 gallons before risking overflow. I don't recommend this approach since the specified water level limit for the tank assembly may be lower than the perceived water level limit. This volume test was performed on a machine that's being disposed.

Google says 1 US gallon is equivalent to approximately 0.1337 cubic feet. Applying this ratio to the number of gallons poured in, the volume is 3.08 cubic feet. If 24 gallons, then 3.21 cubic feet.

I'm sure the tank is not 4.0 cubic feet since that would have required another 7 gallons of water, beyond the 23 already poured in, making a mess on the floor, and potentially wetting machine wiring and other hardware that should remain dry. Even if we account for the space occupied by the agitator, it's unlikely an additional 7 gallons of water could be added without significant overflow.

4.0 cubic feet is approximately 30 gallons.

We're going on the assumption our LXR9245EQ2 washer is a 3.2 CF machine.

Machine manuals are available at www.whirlpool.com. It's great Whirlpool has the docs available online, but there was no indication of tank volume for this model found in the manuals: Parts, User, Instructions.

I decided to figure it out by filling the washing machine tank manually counting the number gallons of water dumped in. I managed to dump in 23 gallons before risking overflow. I don't recommend this approach since the specified water level limit for the tank assembly may be lower than the perceived water level limit. This volume test was performed on a machine that's being disposed.

Google says 1 US gallon is equivalent to approximately 0.1337 cubic feet. Applying this ratio to the number of gallons poured in, the volume is 3.08 cubic feet. If 24 gallons, then 3.21 cubic feet.

I'm sure the tank is not 4.0 cubic feet since that would have required another 7 gallons of water, beyond the 23 already poured in, making a mess on the floor, and potentially wetting machine wiring and other hardware that should remain dry. Even if we account for the space occupied by the agitator, it's unlikely an additional 7 gallons of water could be added without significant overflow.

4.0 cubic feet is approximately 30 gallons.

We're going on the assumption our LXR9245EQ2 washer is a 3.2 CF machine.

Dec 07, 2009 | Whirlpool Washing Machines

The cubic feet of the Kenmore washer model 110 heavy duty is 2.8 cubic feet. Measured to the top water line 14.5 inches and using the radius of the tub of 10.375 inches.

Oct 26, 2009 | Kenmore 3.2 cu. ft. Plus Top Load Washer

4.3 cubic feet

with a loadable space of 3.9 cubic feet

you must leave a gap at the top so the cloths have sopmewhere to move as they tumble

with a loadable space of 3.9 cubic feet

you must leave a gap at the top so the cloths have sopmewhere to move as they tumble

Oct 26, 2009 | Kenmore 43142 Front Load Washer

Head over to the manufacturer's website.

Typically they have a SUPPORT section - where you enter the FULL model number, and then can download a FREE manual.

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Typically they have a SUPPORT section - where you enter the FULL model number, and then can download a FREE manual.

Thanks for using FixYa - a 4 THUMBS rating is appreciated for answering your FREE question

Mar 26, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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