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    Does it send your phone an alert when it's done washing?   (2 Answers)

    By Anonymous April 11, 2016.

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      Not only that. It also unloads, irons and folds the clothes

      By dba123 August 26, 2016.

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      is this machine coming with the electical cord ( some don't) ?   (10 Answers)

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        The washer does come with the electrical cord, and hoses, The dryer does not.

        By Aurora November 19, 2014.

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        how long is a typical wash cycle?   (6 Answers)

        i'm coming from a very old top loader but ive heard the wash cycles can be quite long in these newer front loaders. any help is appreciated!

        By Anonymous May 27, 2015.

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          The standard cycle is just over an hour. But if you use the 'quick wash' it's just about 30 minutes. We have found that the quick wash works great for your average load of wash. They come out clean and smelling great.

          By rcmacman June 10, 2015.

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          Is this particular washer big enough to wash a king sized comforter?   (6 Answers)

          By Anonymous January 13, 2016.

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            Yes, the WF42H5200AP is large enough to wash a king size comforter. Thanks for your interest! Ms. Samsung

            By Anonymous January 27, 2016.

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          Does the washer come with the water hoses- both for hot water and cold ?   (10 Answers)

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            Thanks for your interest. The WF42H5200AW comes with the hot and cold water supply hoses, and the drain hose is factory-installed. - Ms. Samsung

            By Anonymous March 24, 2015.

            • Samsung Representative
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          why does washer not fill up more than initial fill amount on "normal" cycle?   (3 Answers)

          Under "rinse and spin" option the machine fills up to initial fill level and then "full" level as shown in trouble shooting section on Samsung website. Does not do this when selecting "normal" wash on dial (using same temp and spin options, normal soil level). Only fills up to initial level on normal wash - not enough water to clean clothes. Suspected this when washing first two loads - did not look like enough water in use. Then ran empty load under both of these load options - "rinse and spin" vs "normal" and noticed washer behaving differently, even for empty load. Why is this?

          By Help! January 8, 2015.

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            Thanks for the question. It isn't unusual for the Washer to fill with different amounts of water when different cycles or options are selected, and the automatic weight sensor also helps determine how much water will be added. It's likely that the conditions you're trying to imitate with the different settings will behave differently with clothes in the Washer than with an empty drum. Also, in a Normal cycle, the initial fill is not representative of the amount of water used for the full wash. The nature of HE front loaders is to saturate the clothes in a mixture of soap and water and tumble them, but not to immerse them, and more water is added at different points in the cycle based on the selected options, soil level, and number of rinses needed. I hope this helps to answer you're question. If you find that there isn't enough water to saturate the clothes and they aren't coming clean, please make sure the hot and cold water valves are turned on all the way, the supply hoses are unkinked and there are no obstructions in the hoses or in the inlet hose screens on the back of the washer. If this doesn't help to resolve the issue, please contact Samsung directly through the online support form or by calling 800-SAMSUNG. - Ms. Samsung

            By Anonymous January 9, 2015.

            • Samsung Representative
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          Small vs large load settings?   (6 Answers)

          I was washing a load last weekend and the drum had a lot of room left, I realized I could put a larger load in this than my last washer. Is there a setting for small vs large loads so that it puts in less water when doing a smaller load? I am not sure if it just automatically adjusts based on the weight of the clothces inside or if it is an actual setting.

          By Kyle December 4, 2014.

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            The reason the machine rolls the drum around a few times before it starts to add water is because it's weighing the clothes. It fills based on the weight.,

            By Elio August 5, 2015.

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            Can sweaters and other hand wash items be washed in this machine, even though there isn't a specific hand-wash setting?   (3 Answers)

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              I have washed our accent pillows twice now on delicates with steam with great results.

              By Jgiro May 25, 2015.

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              Trying to figure out what the hourglass on the screen means? Can't find anything in the manual thanks   (7 Answers)

              By Anonymous June 20, 2015.

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                It is the time left in the cycle.

                By raisins October 22, 2015.

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                Can i use liquid detergent or do i have to use powder?   (6 Answers)

                By Anonymous February 8, 2015.

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                  You can use either one. But if you use powder the liquid tray insert needs to be removed. Also if you use Tide Pods, they get thrown right into the washer. There's also trays for softener or bleach.

                  By Jst24 February 8, 2015.

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