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Post# 1055141   12/22/2019 at 13:15 by stricklybojack (San Diego, CA)        

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Post# 1055144 , Reply# 1   12/22/2019 at 13:42 by CircleW (NE Cincinnati OH area)        

While it's condition may be less than supreme, the top filter Whirlpool/Kenmore design is one of the best dryers ever made. This model is essentially the same as the ones made today.

Post# 1055147 , Reply# 2   12/22/2019 at 14:18 by DADoES (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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LDA7800, circa 1975-76. Same model, same color we had.

Thermostatic auto-dry, Regular & Perm Press (longer cool-down) cycles, Timed cycle. Variable temp thermostat. 18# capacity with bump-outs on the rear bulkhead and circumference of the drum.


Post# 1055179 , Reply# 3   12/22/2019 at 19:05 by bradfordwhite (space coast)        
like Dadoes said

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That sounds quite Supreme in deed.  Who could complain about super capacity, excellent longevity, and harvest gold to top it off? 

 

I would say it's more Supreme than the tol electronic models that would come out just a few years after this because of the easy to replace analog timer vs. the computer timer on the TOL model that probably aren't available any more.

 

Supreme was better than the Imperial, right?


Post# 1055182 , Reply# 4   12/22/2019 at 19:19 by Yogitunes (New Jersey)        

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Imperial was usually the TOL

Supreme was one level down from that....

"MARK" was usually left for the digital models...back in the 60's+/- was for the TOL lineup...like a Mark XII

but usually depended on the year of when these designations were used for most models...


Post# 1055184 , Reply# 5   12/22/2019 at 19:37 by pierreandreply4 (St-Bruno de montarville (province of quebec) canada)        

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its also in term of rank like the canadien version of whirlpool inglis

there was liberator superb sterling citation and royal100 as well as the other names that i do not know much about


Post# 1055188 , Reply# 6   12/22/2019 at 19:57 by DADoES (TX, U.S. of A.)        

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Supreme 70
Supreme 80
Imperial 70
Imperial 80
Imperial Mark XII
Imperial Mark 18 (when 18#)
Solid State Mark Series

among other nomers


Post# 1055197 , Reply# 7   12/22/2019 at 21:44 by bradfordwhite (space coast)        
Yogi

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We need to go back to Whirlpool school.

 

 


Post# 1055231 , Reply# 8   12/23/2019 at 11:04 by DaveAMKrayoGuy (Oak Park, MI)        
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“Digital Models”, as in not electronic, but in Roman Numerals...

Thank you, YOGI for sharing your wealth of Whirlpool Knowledge...



— Dave





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