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Post# 1094183   10/23/2020 at 12:03 (273 days old) by Kingofqueens (Northern Illinois )        

I just recently purchased a 2020 Speed Queen Electronic control commercial home style hospitality washer, LWNE22SP115TW01 and did a 9 series control board conversion. Anyone longing for the 2017 9 series washer this is the way to go. The washer was $950 and the new board and touch pad about $250 additional. I have seen someone post it here before but just want to confirm what a wonderful 9 series washer you can still have with very little effort.

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Post# 1094251 , Reply# 1   10/23/2020 at 19:22 (273 days old) by eurekastar (Amarillo, Texas)        

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Very nice!  You will love it!

Post# 1094258 , Reply# 2   10/23/2020 at 20:24 (273 days old) by chetlaham (United States)        

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This is what a real washing machine looks, feels, sounds, functions and cleans like. I hope you experience the same sense of joy and satisfaction as I do. Every human is worthy of such an experience.

Post# 1094382 , Reply# 3   10/24/2020 at 17:09 (272 days old) by panasonicvac (Northern Utah)        

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I did not know Speed Queen still makes a commercial TL washer with an electronic control board. And you could actually swap out control boards! I'd assume the same could be done with the matching dryer too am I right?

Post# 1094831 , Reply# 4   10/27/2020 at 15:45 (269 days old) by Kingofqueens (Northern Illinois )        

Yes I think the same works for the dryer as well.

Post# 1094842 , Reply# 5   10/27/2020 at 17:16 (269 days old) by eurekastar (Amarillo, Texas)        
Dryer Control Board

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Yes, it works for the dryer as well.  I did an upgrade of a commercial washer and dryer with new control boards.  I think about the only difference is that the commercial dryer does not have a drum light where the home model did. 

Post# 1094862 , Reply# 6   10/27/2020 at 19:52 (269 days old) by IowaBear (Cedar Rapids, IA)        

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Wow!  As good as it gets in 2020.

Post# 1094883 , Reply# 7   10/28/2020 at 06:03 (269 days old) by PinkPower4 (USA)        
Commercial SQ

I did look into this awhile ago. My local dealers were not authorized to sell or were able to get the commercial models. Where or what kind of places do you get these commercial models from? Are residential customers able to go to a place that sells commercial appliances and buy them. I would be very skeptical about ordering this online. For warranty issues, you are better off to buy from a local dealer who will take care of the problem.

Post# 1094893 , Reply# 8   10/28/2020 at 08:37 (268 days old) by Kingofqueens (Northern Illinois )        

I purchased mine on line no issues. Yes most SQ dealers can get you the commercial units but usually a special order so donít expect them very quickly. They only make the commercial units a couple times a year so sometimes you might have to wait until the next production run if they happen to be back ordered.

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