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LG - 4.3 Cu. Ft. 8-Cycle Ultra-Large Capacity High-Efficiency Top-Loading Washer - White

The 8 cycles and 10 options of this LG WT1101CW washer ensure that your fabrics are thoroughly cleaned. The TrueBalance antivibration system provides smooth, quiet operation.
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Questions & Answers for LG - 4.3 Cu. Ft. 8-Cycle Ultra-Large Capacity High-Efficiency Top-Loading Washer - White

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how many amps is this product

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Electrical Requirements: 120V, 10 Amps
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Drain Hose

Does the washing machine come with the drain hose. I know it does not come with the fill hoses.
1 year, 9 months ago
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Yes, it comes with the drain hose.
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Yes, drain hose should always be attached.
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does this washer have an agitator

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I meant the washer doesn't have the standard center-post agitator like traditional top load washers. :)
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No it does not.
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Yes, here are the MOTOR and AGITATOR details:
Motor Type: Direct Drive Motor
Motor Speed: Variable
Max RPM : 1,100
Axis: Vertical
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Is there a matching dryer?

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HI Amanda, there is a matching dryer that is just as nice as the washer.
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Yes :)
here are the suggested models:

DLE1101W (electric)
or
DLG1102W (gas)

Thank you for your question Amanda!
Have a great weekend!
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How does the lid fold on the LG WT1101CW Washer?

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The front of the lid tucks under so the washer gets air when not in use. This prevents any must smells.
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When you open the lid there are two slide locks that you push in and just the first two inches of the lid folds back. I
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king size 2" thick comforter

Is the washing machine and dryer compatible for the above?
1 year, 5 months ago
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I have a king size comforter and while I do not think its still 2" think (mine is older and lost some of its puff) I do think the washer would handle it. There's a cycle for " heavy bedding" or something like that. I do notice that the comforter tends to ball up in the dryer and doesn't quite get the inside of the ball fully dry. I just pull it out and adjust it and dry again. I don't think any dryer is gonna fully dry that comforter in one shot but it still beats taking to the laundromat to use the industrial size machine!
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This model does have a "Bulky/Bedding" cycle for items such as pillows, comforters and other articles which have difficultly absorbing water. ONLY WASH SMALL LOADS to make sure there is plenty of room for the load to move during washing. Keep like items together; do not mix large bulky items with smaller clothing items.
Please feel free to visit the LG LiveChat Team at www.lg.com/us/support/message-customer-support for further details.
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how to do a simple wash

just reg jeans and towels - what are short wash settings?
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Simple wash? Just put your clothes and detergent in and hit play. Literally the start button is the triangle "play" symbol found on any CD,DVD VCR etc. the machine will sense the weight and size of your load and figure out what cycle it needs to wash the best. It is so easy and I've NEVER folded clothes and thought "oh this is still dirty I better wash again"
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Yes, this model has a Speed Wash cycle, it is meant for lightly soiled and small loads. Other cycle examples are:
Cotton/Normal: Cotton, shirts, jeans soxs, pants
Heavy Duty: Heavy soiled cotton fabrics
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have other people reported pulls and tears

I get pulls and tears in my washer at times especially with towels cant find any sharp edges or barbs in the machine
1 year, 3 months ago
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I have never experienced pulls or tears in this machine. It rated very high on Consumer Reports' for gentleness.
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This should not be happening. Please contact LG Customer Service at (800) 243-0000 or visit the LG LiveChat Team at www.lg.com/us/support/message-customer-support for assistance.
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Is there an alternate option to permanent press?

I noticed this washer does not have a permanent press option. Is Pure Color similar?
1 year, 8 months ago
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Use the Cotton/Normal cycle in place of Permanent Press. I use this cycle for 90% of my loads.
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Permanent Press is for chemically treated, wrinkle resistant clothing. This washer seems to have no similar option. This model offers:
Wash Programs:
Cotton/Normal, Bulky/Bedding, PureColor™, Speed Wash, Heavy Duty, BrightWhites™, Delicates, Tub Clean
Options:
Rinse+Spin, Spin Only, Soak, ColdWash™, Extra Rinse, Fabric Softener, Delay Wash, Child Lock, Signal On/Off

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Do I have to select the special "fabric softener" button whenever I add fabric softener?

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It is not absolutely necessary, however the fabric softener "cycle" will distribute the fabric softener more evenly during the final rinse cycle
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The fabric softener is dispensed in the final rinse. Selecting the "Fabric Softener" button to changes the final rinse type from "jet spray rinse" to "fill tub rinse". Neither is "better" so to speak for the softener itself, it's simply a different option. The jet actually helps water get in into the fabrics better. You may not need to use the button unless you find that "fill tub rinse" is better for you. - I hope this clarifies it ;) Thank you for your question! Have an amazing week.
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