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Post# 48432   11/2/2004 at 22:42 (6,724 days old) by westytoploader ()        

Newer Haier full-size TL machine. Has a stainless tub and a strange Dual-Action agitator (cross between a Norgetag and a Whirlpool IMHO), but look at the water temperature dial for the real reason I posted this.

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Post# 48441 , Reply# 1   11/3/2004 at 00:49 (6,724 days old) by partscounterman (Cortez, Colorado)        
Haier full-size TL

I've seen those full-size Haier machines. It looks to me like frig/elux variation-its odd because you've never seen any of frigidaires other top load washers with s/s tub.
When we briefly considered Phoenix as a place to live, I applied for work with an appliance distributor. They handled the Haier line and the fellow show me a room full of the Haier full-size top-loaders that had been returned to them as junque. I didn't see any other models-just the full size. So I suspect that this is not the greatest piece of work to hit applianceland.

Post# 48442 , Reply# 2   11/3/2004 at 00:52 (6,724 days old) by partscounterman (Cortez, Colorado)        
just took a look-

omigawd-WARM RINSE OPTION!!!!!!!!

Post# 48448 , Reply# 3   11/3/2004 at 06:46 (6,723 days old) by wilkinsservis (Melbourne Australia)        
dont u always have a warm rinse option?

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In Australia there is always a warm rinse option for the wool cycle.

Post# 48449 , Reply# 4   11/3/2004 at 06:56 (6,723 days old) by Gyrafoam (Roanoke, VA)        

Looks like Whirly aagitator and console. Tub looks GE.

Post# 48461 , Reply# 5   11/3/2004 at 12:37 (6,723 days old) by Partscounterman (Cortez, Colorado)        
warm rinse option

warm rinse is hard to find here in the states. Most machines only will give a cold rinse. Some of the better machines will have a W/W option, but its been a long time since I've seen a H/W option. My Lady Kenmore DD I used to have listed a W/W option, but really only gave you cool (not cold) during the rinse-thanks to the stingy Auto Temp. Control.
My hettie does rinse in warm, but not with a hot wash, only warm wash.
This is all due to Gov't energy regulations (which I'm sure king george will abolish soon, but don't get me started...)

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