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Post# 244670   10/26/2007 at 02:10 (4,350 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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it's finnaly here. haha iv'e done a few loads in it now. ive had it for about 2 weeks. im slowly putting videos on youtube. heres some pics for you.

mine and mums washer haha

Post# 244673 , Reply# 1   10/26/2007 at 02:21 (4,350 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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the front

Post# 244677 , Reply# 2   10/26/2007 at 02:32 (4,350 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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Post# 244678 , Reply# 3   10/26/2007 at 02:38 (4,350 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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the wash

Post# 244679 , Reply# 4   10/26/2007 at 02:48 (4,349 days old) by hooverzodiac12 (Melbourne, Australia)        

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foam lock as i like to call it

Post# 244689 , Reply# 5   10/26/2007 at 04:07 (4,349 days old) by sactoteddybear ()        
Re: Mum's Washer:

Hi! Jeff, what is the brand of your Mum's Washer? It looks like the Whirlpool Cabrio, is it? Maybe you could include an Innards Pix and the Controls?

Peace and Great Laundry Washing with Whirlpool, Steve

Post# 244691 , Reply# 6   10/26/2007 at 04:30 (4,349 days old) by sactoteddybear ()        
Re: Your Whirlpool:

Hi! Jeff, forgive me for not commenting about your Whirlpool Washer. It looks like it has a pretty good level of Water it uses, even considering it being a newer Front-Load Washer. Does it have 3 or 4 Dispenser Selections for Detergent Pre-Wash and Main Wash, Bleach and Fabric Softener?

It looks like it is the Compact equivilent of the Over the Pond Model we have here in the US. The one available here is approx 2.5 cu.ft. Capacity, but I don't know what your measurement equivilent would be as well.

It looks like a very nice Washer and good Control Panel Selection. What is the highest Spin Speed? If you are able to show in RPM, is it at least 1000-RPM or faster? I've got a Compact LG Combo that has a 1400-RPM Spin, as well as 1000, 800 and 400 Spin Speeds, No Spin and Rinse & Hold selections.

Peace and Great Launday Washing with Whirlpools, Steve

Post# 244694 , Reply# 7   10/26/2007 at 06:29 (4,349 days old) by funguy10 ()        

What is that Top-Loading washer next to it? Is the Front-Loader a Duet/Dreamspace?

Post# 244932 , Reply# 8   10/28/2007 at 06:51 (4,347 days old) by foraloysius (Leeuwarden, Friesland, the Netherlands)        

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Congratulations on the Whirlpool! They are fun machines. What are the push buttons for? Looking forward to your videos.


Post# 244938 , Reply# 9   10/28/2007 at 08:00 (4,347 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Congrats on the whirlpool! These were brilliant machines, my mums friend had one i used many many times. it was brilliant! shame whirlpool arent as good as they were when these were out!


Post# 244942 , Reply# 10   10/28/2007 at 09:14 (4,347 days old) by zanussi_lover (Nottingham, UK)        

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I had one of those :(

I had a 1992 Whirlpool AWM820 had 800rpm spin and 3 buttons

I miss it :(

was a good machine, loved the distibuting drains, before the spin :P

we had to get rid of it as my mum wanted a machine with a faster spin, they are very reliable. my dads friend has ours and its still going strong after all these years :)

we have a 2001 Zanussi now, 6 years old and its still going strong but you can't beat old philips engineering.

Post# 245176 , Reply# 11   10/29/2007 at 16:53 (4,346 days old) by arrrooohhh (Sydney Australia)        
The washer next to it...

Hello all. The washer next to the Whirlpool is a Hoover Top loader. It is not fancy like a Cabrio or anything like that, it is an agitator washer that uses a full tub of water.

Josh congratulations on your Whirlpool! I think that even though this is several model cycles ago, it still a very good looking washing machine. I like the drum better than the one on the latest whirlpools! Have fun.

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