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Post# 519595   5/21/2011 at 22:24 (4,585 days old) by 69oyu812 ()        


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Post# 519702 , Reply# 1   5/22/2011 at 11:46 (4,585 days old) by gmmcnair (Portland, OR)        

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These are made by Alliance, right? Like Speed Queen? It looks like it is.

Looks like a nice machine...I can't see myself replacing a high line top loader for a new front loader.

Post# 519781 , Reply# 2   5/22/2011 at 18:22 (4,584 days old) by pierreandreply4 (St-Bruno de montarville (province of quebec) canada)        

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i don't understand why are they replacing a very good qualaty washer with a front loader set they should at least wait until there actual set did its time???

Post# 519836 , Reply# 3   5/22/2011 at 23:21 (4,584 days old) by eddy1210 (Burnaby BC Canada)        
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Hi there neighbour, nice to see another member from Burnaby BC.  My sister has the same machine and loves it.  It was probably bought at McIvers as they are the only place I know of that carry the Huebsch machines.

Post# 519860 , Reply# 4   5/23/2011 at 02:50 (4,584 days old) by 69oyu812 ()        

good to see ya too Eddy. Ya have one wicked collection! leads to the question..when will the NW have a wash in for the lower mainland/WA state? *g*

as for them replacing their washer, its matter of preference most times, had I not just bought a set last week, I would have snagged it. They are good washers, but I still would go for a front load anytime, using a front load has saved me a ton on my hot water (electric) As much as I liked the maytag stacked set I had in the apartment here, my electric bill was horrid every month. Clothes dry in a third the time now, and on a 95C wash, the whites are white once again.
Hopefully someone here in the lower mainland will give em a new home...

Post# 520080 , Reply# 5   5/23/2011 at 21:15 (4,583 days old) by pierreandreply4 (St-Bruno de montarville (province of quebec) canada)        
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sure its ok to buy a front loader but the question is the location of the washer permits to leave the door open and is the detergent compartement full of water after a load thats needs to be empty manualy? And another question that they need to answer is the front load set in a closet space or open space all good questions but this is just my tough.

Post# 520082 , Reply# 6   5/23/2011 at 21:19 (4,583 days old) by danmantn (Tennessee)        

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Looks like a bargain.

Post# 520138 , Reply# 7   5/24/2011 at 07:41 (4,583 days old) by 69oyu812 ()        

trying to translate your statement here...lets start with the dispenser, is it full of water after a load that needs to be emptied manually.
you have a should know that on your own. the water and contents of the dispenser drain as the cycle advance. if the machine did stop mid cycle due to a fault, all one would need to do is remove the tray and clean it out in the sink. the Duet manual makes this clear as well.

as for location...what difference does it make. the Hubesch could easily fit in a closet with a wall mount dryer above it, most front loaders stack. and closet allowed for the door to remain ajar. so a question to you, what pray tell is your point?

another question to you now..what do any of these questions have to do with this topic? I posted a top loading washer...and all of your questions are revolving around front loaders.

Post# 520140 , Reply# 8   5/24/2011 at 07:58 (4,583 days old) by pierreandreply4 (St-Bruno de montarville (province of quebec) canada)        

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i know it happens after the cycle sometime i need to empty it by hand because there is always a little water remaing inside the bleach dispenser i am sorry for the confusion again i am sorry and i apoligise

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