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RCA 2.0 cu. ft. Portable Washing Machine EXPIRED

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Walmart.com has RCA 2.0 cu. ft. Portable Washing Machine (RPW210-C, White) on sale for $189.99. Shipping is free, otherwise free store pickup is available where stock permits. Thanks wilharkel

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This washing machine is well reviewed earning 4.3 out of 5 stars by 228 Walmart customers. Features the following wash cycles: normal, quick, cotton, jeans, anti-wrinkle and air dry. -johnny_miller

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RCA 2.1 cu ft Portable Washer (Washing Machine)
  • Great for Apartments, RVs, Boats, Places without traditional W/D hookups
  • Portable
  • Model #: RPW210-C
  • Manual: https://www.curtisint.com/product/rpw210-c/
  • C-Net Product Details: https://www.cnet.com/products/rca...le-washer/
  • Timer Settings Features: LED indicator lights, program ending audible signal, start timer delay
  • Spin Cycle: Yes
  • Lint Filter: Yes
  • Pump Drain: Yes
  • Special Programs & Options: air dry, anti-wrinkle, cotton, jeans, normal, quick wash
  • Controls: Digital touchpad with time-remaining indicator
  • Dimensions (L x W x H): 22.00 x 23.00 x 37.00 Inches

Walmart Link: https://www.walmart.com/ip/RCA-2-...e/38193254
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This isn't just unethical, it is also criminal. Knowingly false reporting an item as broken/damaged, when it is not, for financial grain is called return fraud or theft by fraud. Depending on the state and the value of the property, return fraud can be charged as either a misdemeanor or felony. You are literally encouraging people to commit a crime, thinking it is okay as long as you call it a 'pro tip.' Wow.
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What chemicals? This machine has two lint filters: one inside and one outside. The only thing you see coming out of this thing is dirty detergenty water post-wash. No different than what you see when you're doing your dishes. In fact, cleaner than that cuz there aren't any food particles (of any size) when you wash your clothes. I empty to the tub as well, for the past two years, and nothing happened ... and I live in pre-war old af building.There is no reason for this not to be allowed. This isn't an A/C running up the bill or anything. Pipes are fine. If you put a stipulation for no-use, you might as well do it for dishwasher too. Why stop there. What about a kitchen appliance. That'd trip the fuses too, right? You are just being a typical landlord, making renters' life miserable. This is just outputting detergenty water and nothing else. If you ever used this, you'd know.
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had this for 3 years fantastic machine to screw the landlord over on his dirty disgusting in-house rip off machines.
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This was $239 for so long. Good find.
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ahh and I'm just about to move. this would be nice in my new place which doesnt have a washer
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had this for 3 years fantastic machine to screw the landlord over on his dirty disgusting in-house rip off machines.
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I know it says max noise level 72 dB, but how loud does it get in real use?
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I always wanted to get one of these to wash 3 or 4 house bath towels every day.
One BIG question ,anyone know if everyday use of these machines will break it in quick time?
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I know it says max noise level 72 dB, but how loud does it get in real use?
72 db is essentially the loudness of a vacuum.
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72 db is essentially the loudness of a vacuum.
Thanks. Does it constantly go at 72 dB or only during certain cycles?
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I always wanted to get one of these to wash 3 or 4 house bath towels every day.
One BIG question ,anyone know if everyday use of these machines will break it in quick time?
Reading through the reviews on the site, seems to last a decent amount of time. Even if it just lasted 3 years, would save you time and money from going to the laundrymat
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I always wanted to get one of these to wash 3 or 4 house bath towels every day.
One BIG question ,anyone know if everyday use of these machines will break it in quick time?
I go through about one of these portable washers per year doing four to five loads a day, every day, at which point they wear out. YMMV. Is there some reason you aren't just buying more towels and doing a load in a larger machine every third day or so?
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Doesn't it make more sense to hang the towels to dry after use, at least for a few days? You're clean when you're toweling off, right?
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For those wondering, this machine's water factor (how much water it uses) is 8.4 - which means it uses 16.8 gallons of water per cycle if it were to fill the whole 2 cu ft volume.
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Reading through the reviews on the site, seems to last a decent amount of time. Even if it just lasted 3 years, would save you time and money from going to the laundrymat
I have this. Have been using it for two years. No complaints. I can make a phone call a few feet away. You barely here it actually. That is why it has a chime at the end (of the wash), so you know it is done. Otherwise you forget it is there and you are doing a wash most of the time (unless you are right next to it during a spin cycle). Super convenient. Spin works pretty good, I just hang it and it is completely dry within 30 minutes. Definitely beats the dirty and expensive laundromats.
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I go through about one of these portable washers per year doing four to five loads a day, every day, at which point they wear out. YMMV. Is there some reason you aren't just buying more towels and doing a load in a larger machine every third day or so?
Yeah, portable washers are hit or miss usually. I had Panda brand before. Chinese made no name brand. It was mostly plastic. It wasn't as solid as RCA. This one is more like regular LG, material wise. More metal. As for the load, I wasn't afraid of doing 3x towels but I was hesitant fitting a queen comforter. Handled it okay though. I used to pay $5 for one load of laundry. The way I look at it, it is already paid off and I don't have to rush back to see if anyone is taking my stuff. If you are in a small apartment without W/D this is a no brainer.
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