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3.6 DOE cu. ft. Top Load Washer in White

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  • Dual-Action Agitator provides gentle, dual wash action
  • Eight wash cycles handle various fabrics and soils
  • Four water levels to select based on load size
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Model # HTWP1400FWW

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The Hotpoint 3.6 cu. ft. Top Load Washer is designed for easy operation with rotary electromechanical controls. The Dual-Action Agitator gently moves your clothes to clean, while color lid instructions show how to get the most from your washer and the 630 RPM max spin speed helps shorten drying time. You can choose from eight wash cycles and four water levels to customize each load, and with the auto balance system, the washer easily handles heavy or bulky loads without wobbling or shifting, making it a full-function and user-friendly choice for any laundry room.

  • 3.6 cu. ft. DOE basket handles various load sizes
  • Plastic ribbed basket removes more moisture than smooth baskets
  • Dual-Action Agitator delivers gentle, dual-wash performance to get out those tough stains
  • Eight wash cycles including permanent press and colors ensure that your expensive fabrics get the special attention they deserve
  • Rotary electromechanical controls for easy operation
  • Preset cycles allow you to customize your soil and spin levels for optimal results with each load
  • Four water level options help reduce water waste
  • Power rinse offers an optional deep-rinse cycle to ensure clothes are rinsed of soap residue and fabric softener
  • Auto balance suspension system handles the heaviest loads without banging or shifting around on the floor
  • Bleach and fabric softener dispensers offer added convenience
  • All-white design creates a clean, classic look
  • 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 DOE cu. ft. Top Load Washer in White 3.8 DOE Capacity Top Load Washer in White
Brand Whirlpool Hotpoint Hotpoint GE
Ratings (2885) (452) (161) (5)
Washer Tub/Drum Material Porcelain Other Other Stainless Steel
Washer Features Add Garment (pause),Cycle Time Remaining Display,Out-of-Balance Detection Out-of-Balance Detection Out-of-Balance Detection Out-of-Balance Detection
Product Width (in.) 27.5 27 27 27
Product Depth (in.) 27 25.5 25.5 27
High Efficiency Washer Yes No No No
Color/Finish Family White White White White
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.) 3.5 3.6 3.6 3.8
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.) 
3.6 
Height With Lid Open 90 Degrees (In) 
51 
Product Depth (in.) 
25.5 
Product Height (in.) 
42 
Product Width (in.) 
27 
Details
Agitator/Impeller Type 
Two-Piece Agitator 
Amperage (amps) 
10 
Appliance Type 
Top Load Washer 
Capacity- Top Load Washer (cu ft) 
3.6 
Color/Finish 
White 
Color/Finish Family 
White 
Control Type 
Mechanical 
Cycle - Allergen 
No 
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) 
213 
Energy Efficiency Tier Rating 
Not CEE rated 
High Efficiency Washer 
No 
High-Efficiency Detergent Required 
No 
Included Items 
Power Cord 
Item Package UOM 
Pieces 
Maximum Spin Speed (RPM) 
630 
Number of Rinse Cycles 
Number of Rinse Temperatures 
Number of Wash Cycles 
Number of Wash Speeds 
Number of Wash Temperatures 
Product Weight (lb.) 
142 lb 
Returnable 
Non-Returnable 
Steam Function 
No 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Wash Cycles 
Heavy Duty,Permanent Press,Whites 
Washer Dispensers 
Bleach,Fabric Softener 
Washer Features 
Out-of-Balance Detection 
Washer Interior Light 
No 
Washer Tub/Drum Material 
Other 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
ENERGY STAR Certified 
No 
Manufacturer Warranty 
Limited 1-year entire appliance 

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Price: $300 - $400
Color/Finish Family: White
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.): 3.5 - 4
Washer Features: Out-of-Balance Detection
High Efficiency Washer: No
Steam Function: No
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Hoses included?

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K
September 25, 2013
Home Depot specs for Hotpoint 3.7 DOE cu. ft. Top Load Washer say "Included Items"="Hoses,Power cord" , however, I just found the Hotpoint manual online which states hoses are NOT included with this model. Can someone verify hoses are included?
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Nashville, MI
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August 12, 2014
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They are not included. You have to purchase new hoses for it to be installed on delivery.
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March 26, 2014
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I paid for 3 new hoses and am happy I got them. The hoses are the ones going from hot and cold water faucet to the unit, as well as the large, black hose that is used to drain out the water.
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West Chester, PA, USA
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October 29, 2013
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The only hose that was included with my washer, was the "discharge drain hose", which drains the water out from the washer into the sink. The "intake" hoses from your hot and cold pipes are NOT included.
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October 29, 2013
Answer: 
Thank you, Home Depot, for updating the specification's page "Included Items" to say "Power cord," instead of "Hoses,Power cord."
That completely answers my original question, and prevents further confusion. -K
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October 27, 2013
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Hoses are not included.
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Seymour, TN, USA
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October 15, 2013
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We bought hoses with ours, it prompted us to put them into our online cart before we finalized the purchase.
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September 29, 2013
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No hoses were included, but product description stated otherwise on HomeDepot website. When installer got to house I insisted that hoses be included. The installer had some hoses on the truck and said he would bill Home Depot for the hoses. This was the right thing for the company to do considering that the Home Depot site description is stated hoses were included. Unit does come with a power chord (its Read More
No hoses were included, but product description stated otherwise on HomeDepot website. When installer got to house I insisted that hoses be included. The installer had some hoses on the truck and said he would bill Home Depot for the hoses. This was the right thing for the company to do considering that the Home Depot site description is stated hoses were included. Unit does come with a power chord (its connected to the unit). Read Less
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September 25, 2013
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Unfortunately, no hoses were included. I purchased some steel-braided hoses for about $20 from HD..the installers had them at the time of the delivery.
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Does water level cover clothes?

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March 20, 2015
I don't understand the whole "it fills 14 inches on the super setting" thing, whether that's how high the water reaches when it's empty or when it's full. I don't just want my clothes to be wet, I want them to be swimming. In the HE machines I can't even see any water.

How high is the "super" level (halfway, to the top, etc.) When the machine is empty vs full?

Is there a way to make it fill to the top?
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I experimented with the different wash cycles water levels. The Super mode gets the water up to the top of the agitator. Somewhat disappointing were the rinse level water levels. Recommend using the Power Rinse option for best results. Power rinse water level is the same as Super wash water level.
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March 25, 2015
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The water only cover the clothes. Never swimming in water, that's the old way apparently. It senses the load size
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Thanks for the answers!
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The tub is 16 inches deep. I personally turned the Options knob to Power Rinse which makes it fill with a little more water too per the directions. When I tried the Super level one time there was so much water, it looked clear to the top, it worried me that it was too full. I haven't tried that again. I use the Extra Large water level and my clothes are swimming in water. I have never tried filling the Read More
The tub is 16 inches deep. I personally turned the Options knob to Power Rinse which makes it fill with a little more water too per the directions. When I tried the Super level one time there was so much water, it looked clear to the top, it worried me that it was too full. I haven't tried that again. I use the Extra Large water level and my clothes are swimming in water. I have never tried filling the machine with NO clothes just to see how deep the water is. But there is plenty of water. I am single woman. I don't know how many clothes you want to put in at one time! I bought this one because I read that the HE machines don't get the clothes wet. This one is like the old style machines that really used water. The only drawback is that it doesn't use much hot water. If you want hot water you have to turn off the cold water faucet. But I haven't needed that. I hope this reassures you. For me with clothes and water in the tub the Super level went clear to the top. I was afraid it might overflow. Read Less
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you. This is a very nice model that is not listed as an Energy Star model. It is necessary to use less water not only for the benefit of water and energy savings, but it is also necessary to keep clothes closer to the agitator wash plate in order to facilitate agitation or "turnover" of the fabrics. Rest assured that your clothes are washing just as well Read More
Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you. This is a very nice model that is not listed as an Energy Star model. It is necessary to use less water not only for the benefit of water and energy savings, but it is also necessary to keep clothes closer to the agitator wash plate in order to facilitate agitation or "turnover" of the fabrics. Rest assured that your clothes are washing just as well as they would in a traditional topload washer, but you are saving energy and water use. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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March 21, 2015
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The amount of water depends upon what size load you select. There are 4 settings - you can choose a little water or a great deal of water.
I've had my washer for a year and it does a great job. I'm very happy with my purchase.
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Can you select the water temperature for the rinse cycle?

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I've heard that in many new washers, you can't select the temperature of the rinse cycle, and that the default is a cold water rinse. Can I somehow get this washer to have a warm or hot water rinse? If not, what would happen if I manually add hot water to the tub when the machine is filling up during the rinse cycle? This is important to me because in my experience, warm/hot water rinses rinse more thoroughly than cold water rinses. Thank you.
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Answer: 
You are right, the rinse cycles are all cold water. My guess is that you could hose in hot water and it would quit filling at the proper depth, but I have not tried it.
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Cold water rince is the only choice on the machine, but If you are able to stay close to the machine, you can cheat the system. As soon as the rinse cycle starts, stop the machine. Reset it to the wash cycle, and select the temperature you want. After the water shuts off, stop the machine again and turn the dial back to rinse. The only thing that will still be cold is the water that sprays in during the Read More
Cold water rince is the only choice on the machine, but If you are able to stay close to the machine, you can cheat the system. As soon as the rinse cycle starts, stop the machine. Reset it to the wash cycle, and select the temperature you want. After the water shuts off, stop the machine again and turn the dial back to rinse. The only thing that will still be cold is the water that sprays in during the spin cycle. Read Less
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Yes, It has a dial for water temp.
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Um, no.
It has the Hot/cold, Cold/Cold, Warm/Cold setting that is standard for most 'old school' machines. I know that some of the digital machines have more advanced settings where you can choose a rinse setting independant of the wash temperature, but this one is not so fancy as that.
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Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you. You are correct that today on most washers, all of the rinse temperatures are cold. This helps save energy without decreasing the quality of the rinse cycle. Cold water helps to cut sudsing action and assists in soap removal. Many detergent manufacturers recommend a cold rinse for these reasons. We would not recommend manually adding hot water for Read More
Hello - this is Nancy at GE and I am happy to help you. You are correct that today on most washers, all of the rinse temperatures are cold. This helps save energy without decreasing the quality of the rinse cycle. Cold water helps to cut sudsing action and assists in soap removal. Many detergent manufacturers recommend a cold rinse for these reasons. We would not recommend manually adding hot water for the rinse cycle. I hope this helps! Thanks for checking with us! Read Less
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Yes, you can coose warm or cold.
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Can I add fabric softener when I add detergent, or must it be added prior to a rinse cycle?

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Also, after the machine is working the selector knob spins - is that normal or is it loose? If so, can it be tightened without a service call?
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Add fabric softener at the same time as detergent
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Yes. There is a very easy to use fabric softener container built into the agitator. Works great, and is very easy to clean. It's a feature that sold me on the model I bought.
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You can add softener to the softener cup when you add detergent, yes.
Or, if you happen to catch it during the rinse cycle , you can add it during the rinse cycle (meaning the lid does not lock).
Although I find it easier to put the detergent and the softener in all at the beginning.
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You can add fabric softener when you add detergent as there is a place in the middle where you pour it. The knob thing should not spin...try tightening it up by turning it counterclockwise.
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Hi, Dede!
I add fabric softener when I add my clothes at the start of the wash cycle. Just pour 1/2 the required amount into the center cup, and dilute with same amount of water. The element will distribute the softener at the correct time during the wash cycle for you. When I unload the wash, I typically take a wet-wipe and wipe out any residue before I run another load. I haven't noticed the selector
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Hi, Dede!
I add fabric softener when I add my clothes at the start of the wash cycle. Just pour 1/2 the required amount into the center cup, and dilute with same amount of water. The element will distribute the softener at the correct time during the wash cycle for you. When I unload the wash, I typically take a wet-wipe and wipe out any residue before I run another load. I haven't noticed the selector knob spinning while it is running. You may want to call the service department--phone number is on the front of your owner's manual, and ask them about that.
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Hello, This is Joyce from GE. I will be happy to help. The fabric softener should be added during the rinse cycle. You will want to turn your options knob to Fabric Softener when using softener. The knob should not spin freely, we recommend contacting GE Consumer Service at 1-800-432-2737 for assistance.
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Rated 4.0 out of 5 by 452 reviewers.
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Don't buy We have had this a year. It has a huge tub but does not fill with water so 1/2 a load is all we do at a time when set on super. The manufacturer's pitch that it is very quiet, after reading the fine print, we now know refers only to when it is agitating. So yes, when it is agitating, we wonder if it is doing anything at all. But at the other times, it makes many very loud, queer clicks that are not only annoying but also serve as a constant reminder that we hate this machine. Before buying, we read the negative reviews but presumed that since we are easy to please and only wanted a basic machine at a base price, this would do. Would not buy this knowing what we know now. May 8, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Seems good for the price These days, unfortunately, you have to pick a washer based on what features you can live with and which you must avoid. I don't like the plastic tub but having an agitator was important to me. The rinse cycle is a joke but you can do an extra rinse cycle that actually puts clear water in to cover the clothes and swish around. I've noticed the fill level on the extra large load size is different each time I run a load, sometimes only fills up half way. Supposedly it doesn't have a size sensor but I have to monitor it each load no matter what size I choose so I know there is enough water. Thank goodness I can use "extra fill" to cover everything. Fills slowly, a big time waster to stand and wait. I recommend you only use enough soap to get "most" of the dirt out or you will be left with residue after drying. I've only used it 5 or 6 times since delivery. For the money it was the best option for me. If I want CLEAN clothes I'd have to spend at least $900. sigh. May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Simple and Easy I researched new model washers and came away disappointed at the reviews. Electronic problems, front loader mold, clothes left dry, poor customer service from manufacturers, and short life spans. When I saw this washer, someone described it as "your mother's washer." Sounded good, simple and worth a try for the cost. I am very happy with this purchase. The price is awesome. The dials are simple and easy to understand. There are enough options for the average person/family. It might not be state of the art and energy efficient, but it does a good job at a good price. It's large enough to do bedding, quiet, and does an excellent job cleaning the clothes. It's not be pretty to look at, but mine is behind folding doors. It does the job. Bottom line. April 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Great Conventinal Washer, Quiet The only thing that keeps me from giving this a 5 star rating is the warm water temp is not really warm--it's cool. Cold is cold, and hot is hot, but warm is kinda cool. Very quiet, and cleans very well. I like the dial controls over digital. I believe they will last longer, and certainly will be cheaper to replace, if necessary. May 4, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Garbage Terrible washer. Sounds like a helicopter on spin cycle. GE sent 2 different repairmen. Both said the knocking is obvious May 7, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Worst Washer Ever This was not our first choice for a washer, but the one we wanted came with a dryer that was too big for the entry to our laundry room, and since we wanted a matched set this was what we ended up with. We've had it for 4 1/2 months at this point, and the biggest problem is that it will not fill with water. Even on 'super' you can only wash about a half a load. A comforter, for instance, must be washed twice...once on each side or it is not going to be clean. And it makes the oddest noises... I expect to walk into the laundry room and discover that it has self destructed nearly every time we use it. The matching dryer is possibly the least efficient lint remover we have ever owned. If you have pets, this is not the set-up for you. At this point, we really feel more than a little 'stuck'. And the installation...the 'installers' essentially got the units into the laundry room, told us we needed another piece that they didn't have, and left. But that is another story, completely. April 24, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good value Works great, gets everything clean. What more can you ask? Happy with my purchase. May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by BEST WASHER I've had in a long time! Absolutely LOVE this washing machine, Hotpoint GE htwp1400fww. It does not have all the bells/whistles, which is just what I wanted. It is very quiet and cleans well. I bought it to replace a new GE washer that I was very unhappy with. Home Depot was wonderful on letting me return the first machine. Pat, the salesman, was so helpful to deal with. I will continue doing business with HD, as they stick by their customers. April 16, 2016
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