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Washer capacity of kenmore 4906 4907 ie 5.0 cu feet


The Kenmore 592-4907 residential clothes washer is a front load washing machine. It has 3.69 cubic feet of volume, an expected energy use of 149 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year and an expected water use of 4773.384 gallons per year.

The Kenmore 592-4906 residential clothes washer is a front load washing machine. It has 3.69 cubic feet of volume, an expected energy use of 149 kilowatt hours (kWh) per year and an expected water use of 4773.384 gallons per year.

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Mar 24, 2017 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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I would like to know how many gallons of water this machine uses per washload. Maytag Epic Front load Washing Machine Model # MFW9800TQO


Around 5 gallons per FiLL more then 1 fill per cycle add up all the fills for the cycle that you use..that will give you the total water used...hope I helped thanks for voting...

Mar 24, 2011 | Maytag EPIC MFW9700S Front Load Washer

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If I have a small amount of clothes to wash, will the water level adjust itself?


the unit may due it due to the load size but the unit is only using about 2 -4 gallons of water depending on load, and only 16-18 gallons through the whole wash cycle, I hope it helps

Feb 23, 2011 | Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer

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Hiw many gallons of water with 2 rinses does a top


Your washer takes 35 gallons to wash and 35 gallons to rinse. Ask me how I know? Well I work on them but last December my washer (which is the same as yours) developed a problem with the cold water inlet valve. My inlaws and daughter and friends all come by at different times to use paws paws washer. They pass 50 laundry mats to come to my house. Just for fun I told my wife to get a 5 gallon bucket and fill the washer up. It takes 7 buckets to fill the washer up and get it to start washing. Later she decided to run a water hose out to the washer and fill it up. Then my mother in law suggested she put the washer on rinse and fill the tub. That told me I had a timer problem. But luckily I have 2 or 3 washers around the house I can get parts off of. So to recap: 70 gallons of water to wash a full load of clothes is what I guesstamate it took. Did that slow down my inlaws? Nope.

Mar 05, 2010 | GE WHRE5260E Top Load Washer

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Wter usage per load/cycle


When set on large load, it will use close to 30 gallons of water. On the smallest load setting, it will use right around 20 gallons. This is what makes the new front load washers look so good. They average around 4 - 6 gallons per load. Have a great day.

Oct 18, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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WATER USEAGE


Depending on the age and size of your washer-Front loaders cut water use by nearly 40 percent. A typical top-loading washer uses about 40 gallons of water for each full load. In contrast, a full-size horizontal axis clothes washer uses only 20 to 25 gallons. That means that, by purchasing a horizontal axis model, you could save as much as 7,000 gallons of water per year. You also save all the energy you would have used to heat that water, meaning added savings for you and a big boost for the environment. These appliances also use less energy than conventional washers - approximately 50 percent less, according to the Environmental Protection Agency.

Feb 10, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Kenmore HE3 seems to use way more than 10.5 gallons


well the water is meter by the unit ,,but i can give you the read outs,,large loads 12 - 14 gallons..medium loads 10 -11 1/2 gallons small loads 9..these are tech estim...it depend on clothing being wash,,,good luck onthejob

Jan 23, 2009 | Kenmore Elite 45986 Front Load Washer

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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


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.

Jan 19, 2009 | Washing Machines

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Why does my washing machine have 2 drain outlets?


This is a water saver or previously known as a suds saver model. The bottom one is the drain. The top one would go to a suds tub. If you set the machine on save, the wash water is pumped out of the top hose into the holding sink next to the washer. The rinse water goes out the bottom hose to the drain. The next cycle you could set the washer to the very beginning of the main wash cycle and the washer would pump the water from the tub back into the washer to be used as wash water for the second load of laundry. Yea, used water. But the first load would be lightly soiled stuff, and the next load would be old barn clothes or play clothes. It was designed to save water (about 65 gallons used for 2 loads vs. 90 gallons) and soap. (now, front load machines with larger tubs would use as little as 25 gallons for two loads.) Just hook up the bottom hose to the drain. Leave the save / drain switch set to drain and you'll be fine. To be extra safe (in case the switch was accidentally set to save) disconnect the wires at the solenoid where the drain hose splits into two at the back bottom of the washer. (right where the hoses exit the machine.)

Oct 15, 2008 | Washing Machines

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Should I see water in my machine when it is washing?


may see some but not much..front loads only use 4-6 gallons and is adj as water is absorbed by clothes ..a typical top load will use 25 gallons or more per fill thats 50-55 gallons per wash verses 25-30 for front loads also you should see very few suds ..be sure to use HE detergents to prevent oversudsing

Aug 20, 2008 | Kenmore Elite 45986 Front Load Washer

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