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Whirlpool 4.8 cu. ft. HE Top Load Washer or 7.4 cu. ft. Electric Dryer EXPIRED

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Home Depot has Whirlpool 4.8 cu. ft. HE Top Load Washer or Whirlpool 7.4 cu. ft. Electric Dryer on sale below for $597.60 each. Shipping is free. Thanks rsvpd

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All the people I know who had front load washers say they will never buy another one. The primary reason seems to be that it stinks. Even if you leave the door open to dry, and dry out the seal, it always seems to build up nasty stuff. Not to mention you cannot add clothes once its started.

I like front loaders and top loaders. Ill never own a front loader though. A washer isnt something I want to think about or have to maintain. We've had a top loader run of the mill unit with no bells/whistles...and its been going strong for 10 years. My parents have a top of the line front loader, and have had several problems already. No thanks.
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For me, it's because the load can be added to (shoot, there's 5 more pairs of underwear) subtracted from (crap, there's wool in a warm load) or otherwise modified (dang, I forgot the soap). Saved a set of headphones that way.
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
The majority of us are not in our right minds.
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
For me, it's because the load can be added to (shoot, there's 5 more pairs of underwear) subtracted from (crap, there's wool in a warm load) or otherwise modified (dang, I forgot the soap). Saved a set of headphones that way.
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All the people I know who had front load washers say they will never buy another one. The primary reason seems to be that it stinks. Even if you leave the door open to dry, and dry out the seal, it always seems to build up nasty stuff. Not to mention you cannot add clothes once its started.

I like front loaders and top loaders. Ill never own a front loader though. A washer isnt something I want to think about or have to maintain. We've had a top loader run of the mill unit with no bells/whistles...and its been going strong for 10 years. My parents have a top of the line front loader, and have had several problems already. No thanks.
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
Front load washers build up mold, then you have to leave it open every wash. If you have a top and bottom kit you'll still break your back.

In the end...our backs will break regardless
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Get top loaders and thank me later
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This or the Costco LG deal?

Are there other good models out there with that water spout built in?

Is 4.8cuft on low end for top loader? Can do comforters ok?
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
Are you really old or is this hyperbole or what? Back breaking, or hurting, is a result of lifting heavy things, not just bending over for a second.
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
My wife hates our front loader. Constantly smells like mold even when you leave the door open. Always fighting mildew.
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All the people I know who had front load washers say they will never buy another one. The primary reason seems to be that it stinks. Even if you leave the door open to dry, and dry out the seal, it always seems to build up nasty stuff. Not to mention you cannot add clothes once its started.

I like front loaders and top loaders. Ill never own a front loader though. A washer isnt something I want to think about or have to maintain. We've had a top loader run of the mill unit with no bells/whistles...and its been going strong for 10 years. My parents have a top of the line front loader, and have had several problems already. No thanks.
We've never had any problem with smells or mold. When we do our laundry our last load is always the load with bleach...then we leave the door open and the soap tray pulled out and no problem ever.
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
Sometimes I would like to soak it for an hour and rinse the shirt collar with hands. Can you do this in front loader one?
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I don't understand why top load washers are so popular. Who in their right mind wants to have to break their back every time they have to reach in there to get the last sock?
Interesting, I bend over more and have to bend over at a weird angle dealing with front load washers. My back appreciates top load washers.
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I guess this is a deal if you're trying to buy an $1800 set for less, but $1200 doesn't scream deal to me for a washer dryer set.
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