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9.6 out of 10

Whirlpool WFW94HEA

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Reviews and Problems with Whirlpool WFW94HEA

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Overall 6
6.0

frustrating

Specialist, RC Willey
28 March 2014
  • Conclusion: The product evidently interested in cow-tailing to environmentalist does not thoroughly rinse the clothes due to lack of water usage. I have to manually add 5 gallons of water in the middle of the rinse cycle. The machine should offer you the choice or offer the option to a service facility to adjust the level.
  • Pros: Style, Energy Savings, Sound Level
  • Cons: Cleanability
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Overall 6
6.0

frustrating

Specialist, RC Willey
28 March 2014
  • Conclusion: The product evidently interested in cow-tailing to environmentalist does not thoroughly rinse the clothes due to lack of water usage. I have to manually add 5 gallons of water in the middle of the rinse cycle. The machine should offer you the choice or offer the option to a service facility to adjust the level.
  • Pros: Style, Energy Savings, Sound Level
  • Cons: Cleanability
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Overall 6
6.0

Overall decent machine

T123, RC Willey
27 March 2014
  • Conclusion: I'm fairly happy with machine. The only two things I don't like are I have small kids and there socks get stuck in the rubber gap in front. I also am not happy that the soap starts coming out and running down door before you even start the washing machine. I feel like the soap doesn't hit the clothes like it should. Otherwise I like this machine very quiet.
  • Pros: Energy Savings, Convenient Features, Sound Level
  • Cons: Expensive
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Overall 6
6.0

The washer works well but has a moldy smell

Mcmax2, RC Willey
27 March 2014
  • Conclusion: The washer works very well and I have been very pleased with it except one thing. If you leave it closed after you remove the clothes, it has resulted in a moldy smell. I have started wiping out the rubber seal area after each wash and leaving the door open for it to dry out, which has helped. I don't know if this is a design flaw but it is very disturbing because I don't want my clothes to take on the moldy smell.
  • Pros: Style, Innovative, Easy to Use, Performance, Convenient Features, Design
  • Cons: Cleanability
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Overall 6
6.0

Overall decent machine

T123, RC Willey
27 March 2014
  • Conclusion: I'm fairly happy with machine. The only two things I don't like are I have small kids and there socks get stuck in the rubber gap in front. I also am not happy that the soap starts coming out and running down door before you even start the washing machine. I feel like the soap doesn't hit the clothes like it should. Otherwise I like this machine very quiet.
  • Pros: Energy Savings, Convenient Features, Sound Level
  • Cons: Expensive
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Overall 6
6.0

The washer works well but has a moldy smell

Mcmax2, RC Willey
27 March 2014
  • Conclusion: The washer works very well and I have been very pleased with it except one thing. If you leave it closed after you remove the clothes, it has resulted in a moldy smell. I have started wiping out the rubber seal area after each wash and leaving the door open for it to dry out, which has helped. I don't know if this is a design flaw but it is very disturbing because I don't want my clothes to take on the moldy smell.
  • Pros: Style, Innovative, Easy to Use, Performance, Convenient Features, Design
  • Cons: Cleanability
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Overall 6
6.0

Whirlpool Duet Steam Front Load

EastCoastKelly, RC Willey
6 March 2014
  • Conclusion: In 2000, I purchased the best front load washer that every existed. The Kenmore H3 front load washer. You could put 23 towels in it and they came out clean, and the washer was quiet while it worked. It died last year, so the next best recommendation was the Whirlpool Duet Steam front load washer. While it clean the clothes just as nicely, it certainly doesn't fit as much in each load, pants get twisted and shirts come out deeply wrinkled.
  • Pros: Design
  • Cons: Sound Level
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Overall 6
6.0

Whirlpool Duet Steam Front Load

EastCoastKelly, RC Willey
6 March 2014
  • Conclusion: In 2000, I purchased the best front load washer that every existed. The Kenmore H3 front load washer. You could put 23 towels in it and they came out clean, and the washer was quiet while it worked. It died last year, so the next best recommendation was the Whirlpool Duet Steam front load washer. While it clean the clothes just as nicely, it certainly doesn't fit as much in each load, pants get twisted and shirts come out deeply wrinkled.
  • Pros: Design
  • Cons: Sound Level
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Overall 6
6.0

Liked my top load better

Jteddy1, RC Willey
23 December 2013
  • Conclusion: The Duet Front load washer has all the bells and whistles, but I miss my old top-load washer. I feel that my clothes do not get properly cleaned because there is very little water used in the front load. The top load fills up with water and the centrifugal action of pulling the clothes down and then back up through the water and detergent seemed to clean my clothes more thoroughly.
  • Pros: Style, Energy Savings, Sound Level
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Overall 6
6.0

Liked my top load better

Jteddy1, RC Willey
23 December 2013
  • Conclusion: The Duet Front load washer has all the bells and whistles, but I miss my old top-load washer. I feel that my clothes do not get properly cleaned because there is very little water used in the front load. The top load fills up with water and the centrifugal action of pulling the clothes down and then back up through the water and detergent seemed to clean my clothes more thoroughly.
  • Pros: Style, Energy Savings, Sound Level
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