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3.5 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White

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  • HE Wash System for more efficient cleaning action
  • Smooth porcelain basket helps protect fabric from snags
  • The Deep Water Wash cycle gives you more water when you want it
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Keep up with the weekly laundry with this 3.5 cu. ft. capacity High-Efficiency washer. Its smooth, spreckled porcelain tub resists tears and scratches to protect fabrics better than plastic tubs. You'll experience consistent cleaning and gentle wash action with our High-Efficiency Agitator and Wash System. For those times when you want more water, the Deep Water Wash cycle fills the tub during the wash and rinse cycles so you can be confident you're getting a great clean. And, if you forget to add a garment after the cycle's started, Late Lid Lock gives you until the Spin cycle to throw it in.

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  • Large 3.5 cu. ft. Capacity can help you take on every load
  • Durable Porcelain Tub helps protect fabrics, so socks and sweaters can stay snag-free
  • Deep Water Wash cycle fills the tub with more water during the wash and rinse cycle when you need it, so you can be confident you're getting a great clean
  • With 9 wash cycles to choose from, you can tackle a wide variety of laundry loads ranging from delicates to bulky items like blankets and jackets
  • Rear panel controls provide convenient access to all cycle and option selections. And, the cycle status bar indicator lights let you easily see where your load is in the cleaning process
  • 3 adjustable soil levels and water temperature settings allow you to customize wash cycles for exceptional fabric care
  • Save energy with cold water or get the extra cleaning power of warm water. 5 temperature settings help make sure the wash water is just the right temp for every load.
  • HE Wash System hits dirt hard, but is gentle on clothes for efficient cleaning action.
  • Sensors monitor the flow of incoming water, adjusting as needed to maintain the right temperature for consistent cleaning.
  • The advanced suspension system senses each load and stabilizes the wash basket
  • No sock left behind. The Late Lid Lock gives you extra time to throw in any missed items before the Spin Cycle starts
  • Auto load sensing helps takes the guesswork out of laundry by using the right amount of water for the cycle and soil level selected
  • Cold Wash Cycle uses cold water to help prevent damage to sensitive fabrics
  • Delicates Cycle uses a slower spin speed and a gentle wash motion to clean delicate items
  • The Home Depot will not hook up your washer with used fill hoses; new fill hoses will be offered during appliance checkout

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Name 3.5 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White 3.6 DOE cu. ft. Top Load Washer in White 3.6 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White 3.5 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White
Brand Amana Hotpoint Maytag Whirlpool
Ratings (1846) (466) (3867) (742)
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.) 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.5
Color/Finish Family White White White White
High Efficiency Washer Yes No Yes Yes
Product Depth (in.) 27 25.5 27.75 27
Product Width (in.) 27.5 27 27.5 27.5
Washer Features End-Of-Cycle Signal,Out-of-Balance Detection Out-of-Balance Detection No Additional Features Add Garment (pause),Cycle Time Remaining Display,Out-of-Balance Detection
Washer Tub/Drum Material Porcelain Other Stainless Steel Porcelain
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Why do you need high efficiency detergent? What happens if you don't? Just bought the washer today.

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July 22, 2016
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High Efficiency Detergent makes for less work on the machine therefore, more use...regular detergent works but makes the machine work harder causing more ware and tear on the machine...would advise using what the directions call for as the machine was built for it's use.
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October 20, 2015
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Look on the detergent bottle they ALL have HE on them. Arm & Hammer, Gain, Wisk are three for you
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September 7, 2015
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I'll just point out that many common and inexpensive laundry detergents are now HE (i.e. high efficiency). So you don't need to buy special "pods" to get HE detergent. I was researching this washer and see that my ordinary cheap Purex concentrated liquid detergent is rated HE and says its compatible with ALL modern washing machines.
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Hoquiam, WA
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August 10, 2015
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All "High Efficiency" washers, front load and top load, use a much different cleaning cycle with lower water consumption than the older conventional washers did. Non-HE detergents will not rinse out properly and confuse the monitoring and control systems in an HE washer.
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July 21, 2015
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We use regular detergent with no problems. Don't know about high efficiency detergents, except they cost more. Soap is soap..
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Thompson Ohio
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July 7, 2015
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I have not used HE detergent for the first two loads and no problems so far. Clothes came out clean and well rinsed.
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Selbyville, DE
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July 7, 2015
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High efficiency detergents are low sudsing and low water washing creates excessive sudsing. Also it may not rinse as well if it's regular detergent.
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July 6, 2015
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No,I have used different detergents,but found the pods work best with this machine,
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In my own experience, the HE detergent does not produce as many suds. I have, however, used detergent that was not HE, I just used a lesser amount.
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June 9, 2015
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HE washers use less water than conventional washers. While this is a good conservation practice, you need a detergent that is specifically designed to rinse clean in less water. Regular detergents sometimes leave residue on your clothes when they are used in a HE machine.
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can you stop this machine mid-cycle to soak items and also to add things?

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Vienna, Maine
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July 22, 2016
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This can be achieved after pushing in and holding (3 sec or longer) the black button on the right
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I would advise anyone buying this that it works great for a great price, but soaking is not a choice on the dial. I have not had success in filling the washer and just leaving the lid up. My washer did not stop running. It did everything but rinse and spin. It washed the clothes and drained the tub, so my clothes never soaked at all. I tried turning the washer off as soon as it filled so the clothes Read More
I would advise anyone buying this that it works great for a great price, but soaking is not a choice on the dial. I have not had success in filling the washer and just leaving the lid up. My washer did not stop running. It did everything but rinse and spin. It washed the clothes and drained the tub, so my clothes never soaked at all. I tried turning the washer off as soon as it filled so the clothes could soak, but it automatically drained the tub as soon as I turned it off. I will try in the future to wait until the lid locks, then hit pause, and see if it will really soak the clothes. That's a pain because try as I might, I often forget to come back to the machine mid-cycle. Yes, I can set a timer, but I have to remember to set the timer... I do like the washer, but have wasted water by attempting and failing to get the machine to soak clothes. Read Less
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July 27, 2015
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The only thing you should add if you want is fabric softener. The owners manual gives instructions on where in the cycle this is possible. Don't add or delete clothing, the washer determines the amount of clothing in the basket during the initial fill cycle and it may affect it's function if you add or remove clothing after the cycle has been started.
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Yes, just not while its spinning
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No! Lid locks and cannot get it to open during cycle.
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Yes, you can press start/pause button to soak and also to add items. When finished soaking or adding items press pause to restart. Some models have a soak option, mine does not.
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One of the features that I love is that you can stop it in the middle of a cycle and let the clothes soak!!
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No, the lid locks after you load the clothes/detergent and press the start button. If you know this and get used to it, you'll be fine.
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May 18, 2015
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Yes, if the lid is raised during the fill cycle, the wash cycle will not start until the lid is closed again. You can also use the pause button to stop the cycle and allow clothes to soak. Be advised that this is a high efficiency washer and it will not produce the same water level as a traditional agitator style washer and some clothes may appear above the water level. This is normal since this machine Read More
Yes, if the lid is raised during the fill cycle, the wash cycle will not start until the lid is closed again. You can also use the pause button to stop the cycle and allow clothes to soak. Be advised that this is a high efficiency washer and it will not produce the same water level as a traditional agitator style washer and some clothes may appear above the water level. This is normal since this machine has been engineered to automatically sense the correct water level and clean properly at this level so you should not try to add additional water. Read Less
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is anyone having problem with the way it washes Clothing

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it seem to not was clothing blankets very good ? I opened the door and set off the trigger so it would wash and watched it looks like it going in slow motion my clothing barley move ?
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sounds like too much for the machine to handle...take out all but the blanket and see what happens...machine does was clothes gently as too much agitation can destroy clothing
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The high efficiency washers use a very small amount of water on normal wash cycles. I found this out when I bought one a year or so ago and was not familiar with how these machines worked. The first few times I washed clothes, they came out with suds and debris on them, due to the very low water levels of this type of machine, so to solve this problem, I just wash everything on the bulky items/blankets Read More
The high efficiency washers use a very small amount of water on normal wash cycles. I found this out when I bought one a year or so ago and was not familiar with how these machines worked. The first few times I washed clothes, they came out with suds and debris on them, due to the very low water levels of this type of machine, so to solve this problem, I just wash everything on the bulky items/blankets setting, or the deep water setting. That way, you get plenty of water in the machine to wash the clothes, also solving the problem for the rinse, as there won't be all the pocket lint and other stuff left in the machine from the wash cycle. For most loads, I run the wash with just one rinse so it will spin out the wash water, then run a separate rinse & spin cycle for adding the fabric softener. Otherwise, if you select 2 rinses and use the Downy Ball, the machine only drains on the first rinse, no spin, and leaves a LOT of soap in the clothes.
Seems that "high efficiency" washers really aren't all that efficient for saving water, doesn't it... Read Less
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I am washing clothes twice in this piece of junk. Once I took out shirts and there were sections of the cloth that weren't even wet. This machine is just awful.
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Nope. In fact I wash more because it is so easy. Plus I was larger loads than my old washer.
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YES. This is awful piece of junk. Have to wash twice. Also clothes come out in a tangled mess.
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I absolutely love the way it washes my clothes. My other washer was a frontload and didn't seem to use very much water....this one actually uses a lot more water, therefore giving me cleaner clothing!!
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My landlord just installed this washing machine in my townhouse and I think it's the worst machine ever! It's ridiculously loud, it doesn't fill the proper amount of water needed, I don't feel my clothes are getting washed like they should. This washing machine doesn't even have a place to add fabric softener either. You get what you pay for.
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I can't tell the difference between the way washed clothes turned out between my old machine and this new machine. The "slow motion" is the energy efficient feature and is normal. The old, inefficient machines used a lot of motion that was not necessary to the actual cleaning of clothes. This new washer will definitely sound different, but the results are the same. You should be getting clean clothes at Read More
I can't tell the difference between the way washed clothes turned out between my old machine and this new machine. The "slow motion" is the energy efficient feature and is normal. The old, inefficient machines used a lot of motion that was not necessary to the actual cleaning of clothes. This new washer will definitely sound different, but the results are the same. You should be getting clean clothes at the end. Read Less
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no the clothes seem fine but the noise is crazy loud.
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Is this washer on wheels? I don't have space in the kitchen and have to move it back and forth to another room.

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no...if on wheels, would move when in the spin cycle...is made to be permanently in place
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No it does not have wheels. Like almost all other washers, it is intended to stay in one place.
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No wheels but you could have someone make a dolly to put it on and wheel it around or perhaps replace the leveling pads with casters.
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No wheels, just large adjustable hard plastic flat feet so you would be hard pressed to keep moving it around.
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no it doesn`t
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No, it is not on wheels. Mine has little legs that screw up or down.
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No, this washer is not on wheels.
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No, this product does not have wheels.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 1847 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Absolutely AWFUL!!! DO NOT BUY! This machine is specifically designed NOT to wash clothes. It does not put enough water in to cover the load (See photo from user's manual below), and the directions claim that this is by design. It also tells you to only use a couple tablespoons of soap, or you'll wreck the machine. I've been doing laundry since I was 8 years old, and I'm not sure how you're supposed to get clean clothes without soap and water. It's like doing dishes with a water pistol instead of a faucet. Your only recourse is to do lots and lots of very small loads on the "heavy soil" and "Deep Water Rinse" settings. Forget washing blankets, winter coats, or pillows. It can't do it. Save your money and buy a real machine. I wish I did. August 2, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by This washer puts holes and shreds your clothing-DO NOT BUY THIS! This washer shreds clothing and puts holes in clothes! Inside the machine, there is a lip that goes around the bottom of the agitator and clothes get caught and torn by it. There is no way to fix it and the company will not do anything to refund your money or help you because this is the way the machine is built so it is not considered a defect, luckily Home Depot is going to refund our money toward another washer... Photos are attached. August 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy with my new washer This washer is nice and quiet and seems to do a good job getting clothes clean. August 9, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible washer This washer does not wash clothes. When I take them out, they have lint and dirt caked on them. In one load, there was a sock on top that was still completely dry (and dirty). I've included a picture of my son's baseball pants in the sink AFTER they were washed on the heavy soil cycle with this washer. The water is brown from dirt. Do not buy it under any circumstances (unless you only wash clothes that are not really dirty). And I cannot return it because Home Depot only gives 48 hours, which I wasn't aware of. May 2, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Jury is still out 2 weeks old and as of now I hate it. I read all the reviews and decided to chance it. I have taken a video of the noise it makes and I will be sending it to Amana. Horrible noise most of the first 1/2. The water saver water level is a problem like people said. Barely fills so not sure clothes get washed but seems to. The locking lid does not bother me like other reviews. Hold the button for 3 seconds and it unlocks. I wish I would have spent more and it might be better. But they just don't make things like they used to. August 16, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple Straightforward Machine that actually gets clothes clean! Makes your Dog happy too! Reminds me of when a washing machine was a machine not a high tech computer! Very basic machine yet there are enough settings to do just about any type of load. So far we are very pleased with this machine and the price point was great too! We slapped on a five year extended warranty so we have a great machine for at least five years no matter what. This one doesn't leave the white spots on everything like the expensive HE machine we had before. Its a bit noisy but it is really agitating and cleaning our clothes! Also our dog hated the high pitch noise the old machine made and he acted afraid when we did laundry. He is happy now with the new machine as the noise it makes does not seem to bother him at all. Save yourself some money and buy this one! It will make your dog happy too! March 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great washer As nice as the front load washers look, we really just need a simple washer that can wash close. Period. I was a bit worried when I saw some of the reviews on here for this washer, but since I got it on sale, I thought "how bad could it be". Thankfully, it is not bad at all. We have had it for almost 3 weeks now and have used it a ton of times. It washes cloths without an issue. My only complaint is that there is no option to picking the level of water. IT is very eco friendly where it will use the water it needs based on the amount of cloths you put in. other than that....it looks perfect. Home Depot Delivery was great. They even arrived on time and even called before arriving as stated. They installed and hauled the old one in a matter of minutes. We are SUPER happy August 9, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Stopped working after 3 weeks. Prompt service visit but 2 parts replacement, 1 on order. Will be visiting laundromat for the next 1-2 weeks. It ran well for the first 5 washes but then stopped advancing cycles and stuck before spin dry after that. Amana ordered service call within 24 hours. Repairman found one poorly functioning electromechanical part and a malfunctioning electronic control unit (computer). At least one week wait before back in service. My concern that this machine with 2 quick failures is the lemon of the production lot. My local Home Depot Store (Flemington, NJ) offered no assistance but said "you should get on the manufacturer about it"???!!!. Great, will be getting to know laundromats again. This highlights the distinction between between a "sell items out of your main lane" retailer like HD versus appliance stores whose core business is appliances. July 31, 2016
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