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

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  • Smooth porcelain basket helps protect fabric from snags
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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 3.5 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White 3.6 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White
Brand Amana Hotpoint Whirlpool Maytag
Ratings (1519) (452) (2920) (2912)
Washer Tub/Drum Material Porcelain Other Porcelain Stainless Steel
Washer Features End-Of-Cycle Signal,Out-of-Balance Detection Out-of-Balance Detection Add Garment (pause),Cycle Time Remaining Display,Out-of-Balance Detection No Additional Features
Product Width (in.) 27.5 27 27.5 27.5
Product Depth (in.) 27 25.5 27 27.75
High Efficiency Washer Yes No Yes Yes
Color/Finish Family White White White White
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.) 3.5 3.6 3.5 3.6
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.) 
3.5 
Height With Lid Open 90 Degrees (In) 
51.25 
Product Depth (in.) 
27 
Product Height (in.) 
42 
Product Width (in.) 
27.5 
Details
Agitator/Impeller Type 
One-Piece Agitator 
Amperage (amps) 
15 
Appliance Type 
Top Load Washer 
Color/Finish 
White 
Color/Finish Family 
White 
Control Type 
Electro-Mechanical 
Cycle - Allergen 
No 
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 
190 
Energy Efficiency Tier Rating 
Not CEE rated 
High Efficiency Washer 
Yes 
High-Efficiency Detergent Required 
Yes 
Included Items 
Power Cord 
Maximum Spin Speed (RPM) 
700 
Number of Rinse Cycles 
Number of Rinse Temperatures 
Number of Wash Cycles 
Number of Wash Speeds 
Number of Wash Temperatures 
Product Weight (lb.) 
120 lb 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Steam Function 
No 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Wash Cycles 
Clean Washer,Delicates 
Washer Dispensers 
Bleach 
Washer Features 
End-Of-Cycle Signal,Out-of-Balance Detection 
Washer Interior Light 
No 
Washer Tub/Drum Material 
Porcelain 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 1-year 

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Brand: Amana
Price: $250 - $300
Color/Finish Family: White
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.): 3.5 - 4
High Efficiency Washer: Yes
Steam Function: No
Washer Tub/Drum Material: 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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Look on the detergent bottle they ALL have HE on them. Arm & Hammer, Gain, Wisk are three for you
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Answer: 
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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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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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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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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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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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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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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Selbyville, DE
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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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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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Where do i add the detergent?

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Please see the use and care guide link of the product page for a detailed discussion.
Add a measured of amount of HE detergent or single-dose laundry packet into the basket
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There is a column at the center of the drum inside. You unscrew a cap, pour the detergent in at the top, screw back the cap, close the lid, and press start.
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Sometimes I add the detergent before loading the machine; other times I load my clothes, let the machine fill with water and start agitating a bit and then open the lid and pour the detergent into the areas in the filled tub which have the most exposed water. Then I close the lid and the cycle resumes. I don't see any difference in the resulting cleanliness of my clothes.
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Detergent can be added in various ways, directly to the tub, after the clothes are put in, or if powdered, remove the cap on the agitator and pour in there...If liquid, best way is to put in tub before the clothes go in while it is filling with water.
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Directly into the basket. There is no dispenser drawer for detergent on this model.
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You put the detergent in the bottom of the tub before adding clothes. It was the same at the laundromat.
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May 22, 2016
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It goes directly into the washer tub before you put in the clothes.
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Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 1505 reviewers.
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 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 4.0 out of 5.0 by A surprise buy I picked this item since I tried to replace several parts in my old washer, and still no luck. My old washer was a traditional fill all the way and agitate away. The parts total I purchased was more than this little guy I picked up. Once the parts didn't work, my mind was made up. I returned the parts and got the new machine. It was a mind shift at first, new soap, the noises it made, the amount of water it used. But the clothes came out clean, and was easy to install. I noticed in my first month that my water bill came down $14 and have yet to pay closer attention to my power bill. I sometimes feel I can only do small loads, but my mind shift is still evolving. I would recommend the product. May 10, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Oh Dear I just bought this washer last month replacing one I had bought from Home Depot the year before that I didn't like. I had bought the Amana dryer and really liked it so I bought the washer to go with it. It doesn't clean very good and now this last week it has stopped spinning very well and my clothes are coming out of the spin cycle wet. Ij've called the Yucca Valley branch where I bought the washer and it doesn't look like I can get any replacement. Two bad washers in a few years. Will just have to buy another one someplace else. Georgiana Gerlis May 17, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Extremely Disappointed!!! Sending back When the lid is open it hits the dial knob! Poor!! January 24, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great Basic washing machine I wanted just a basic washing machine and the $299.00 price tag was very good. I did shop around. I read the reviews and frankly it had me worried. I saw that the machine is an HE model. After installing it I put some cloths in it and ran a load. It is very much quieter and goes through a cycle faster. I was worried when it filled and there was very little water in it. But everything came out very cleanj. I am pleased so far. May 21, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A great washer at any price This is my first HE washer, and I can't believe how well it cleans. It's very easy to use and quiet, and the capacity was larger than I thought it would be, easily handling my biggest loads. It was only $300 on sale, but it would be a great washer if it cost twice the price. I bought the matching dryer (also on sale), and it likewise performs way beyond my expectation. Delivery and set up by the Home Depot installers was smooth & efficient, and they removed my old machines, all in under an hour. You can't go wrong with these excellent Amana machines. Highly recommended! May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by A good, solid, no frills machine I bought this washer to replace an older front-loading HE washing machine that was starting to fail and I had spent about 300 dollars just on repairs. It was still having some leaking issues, so I decided to buy a simple, no-nonsense machine. It has really good capacity for large loads and clothes come out nice and clean. It has everything you need for doing basic laundry. It's not the quietest washing machine, but that doesn't bother me - I know the agitator is doing its work. I would recommend this product for any family, especially with the price point. Note: I bought this for my home which I'm currently renting out. I've been living in an apartment for almost 3 years and have been using this exact make and model which was installed new when I moved in. No problems with it at all. May 10, 2016
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