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LG - 2.3 cu.ft. 14-Cycle Front-Loading Compact Washer and 7-Cycle Electric Dryer Combo with Steam - White-Front_Standard

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Rating 4.6 out of 5 stars with 39 reviews

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  • Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

    Great for small spaces

    Posted
    Matt
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    • My Best Buy® Member

    We bought this washer/dryer to put in our RV to solve our laundry dilemma. It does shake the whole RV during the spin cycle, but you get used to it. If you use dryer sheets the clothes come out smelling weird (I'm guessing because the convention drying? @@@@@@@ But fabric softener solves the problem. If you overload the machine the clothes come out super wrinkly. The wash and dry setting is very convenient, no need to switch between washer and dryer. But with that said you can only do one load every 3 or so hours. Overall I'm very pleased with this machine.

    I would recommend this to a friend

  • Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

    So far, I'm grinning. :)

    Posted
    Schmetterling
    • My Best Buy® Elite Member

    So far, this is an amazing machine. Love love love the concept: You pop in a load, walk away, come back 4-5 hours later and put away your warm, fresh laundry. No need to remember to transfer the load to a dryer. Good for disorganized people like me. It holds more than I expected. Today's load was four hefty bath towels, two pairs of bluejeans, and some miscellaneous socks. They fit without crowding the drum. When the drying is finished, the clothing feels... damp? dewey? I'm not quite sure how to describe it. You just pull out each item, give it a shake, and it's dry. The clothing is hot when it comes out, but not bone-dry-Sahara-Desert-burn-your-fingers hot. Issues I've noticed so far: --The instruction manual says to put liquid detergent into an insert in the detergent tray. There was no insert. I hopped on LG Chat, and the rep told me that instruction is a holdover from a previous model, and that this one doesn't come with or require an insert. --Bluejeans have consistently come out with wrinkly legs, and you really have to smooth them out while they're hot. I'll have to experiment with load composition, time, etc., to see what can be done about that. --It does vibrate when it spins, but not obnoxiously I put some rubber pads under the feet and it's fine. It's actually quieter than my full-size front-loading washer. Like other LG appliances, this one sings to you when it's finished, which is very... um... cheerful. @@@@@@@@ Unlike my oven, the last note of the "I'm Done" song ISN'T demented and out of tune. @@@@@@@ It has the unfortunate tendency to give the machine a personality. I'm tempted to name mine. Just for reference: we built this into our master bath as a supplement to our full-size pair which are downstairs. I wish to goodness I'd done this 10 years ago... the convenience is off the charts. We had to have a dedicated electrical circuit installed for it, so check to be sure you have a circuit available that can handle the increased load. The unit measures 25 1/4" front to back, BUT you need some space (the manual says 4") for hose clearance, so take that into account if you plan to install it under a counter. Over all, I'd buy this again in a heartbeat.

    I would recommend this to a friend