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Haier HWM80-113S

The Haier HWM80-113S is a twin-tub washing machine with a wash capacity of 7 kg and spin capacity of 6 kg. It requires a 220V/60Hz power supply with 320W for wash and 150W for spin mode. It water consumption ranges between 36-56 L. The unit measures 926 x 810 x 460 mm and weighs 26 kg. The HWM80-113S is available in North America and Oceania.

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The Haier HWM80-113S features a steel-plastic shell thus reducing rust, a streamlined shell and fully enclosed base for quieter…

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Haier HWM80-113S

The Haier HWM80-113S is a twin-tub washing machine with a wash capacity of 7 kg and spin capacity of 6 kg. It requires a 220V/60Hz power supply with 320W for wash and 150W for spin mode. It water consumption ranges between 36-56 L. The unit measures 926 x 810 x 460 mm and weighs 26 kg. The HWM80-113S is available in North America and Oceania.

Features

The Haier HWM80-113S features a steel-plastic shell thus reducing rust, a streamlined shell and fully enclosed base for quieter operation. It has fully integrated plastic twin-tub within its cabinet with telescopic and bionics design. Its wide voltage range reduces voltage fluctuation problems. It has a buzzer that indicates when the washing has ended, spin timer, wash timer, wash selector (for strong current or standard current options) and over-filling sign to indicate over-flow. The unit comes with a user’s manual, water inlet hose, lint filter, water-filling joint and gland. It has computerize control panel, 2 preset programs, Short cycle, Inlet heating selection and variable spin cycle options. It also has a Start/Pause button, automatic balancing and adjustable feet. The unit features special functions like Air-Bubble.

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