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4.5 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Front Control Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR
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4.5 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Front Control Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR

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LG Electronics 4.1 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Front Control Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR
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4.1 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Front Control Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR

  • 10 Year Limited Warranty on the Direct Drive Motor
  • Easy Front Control Panel with LED Display
  • ColdWash delivers savings with warm water performance

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Style is top priority in our newest top-load washer, and it shows from every sleek point of view. The easy front control panel is placed at the front of the washer for quick operation. The bright LED display makes it a breeze to enter washing settings with accuracy. And with its ultra-large 4.1 cu. ft. capacity, the inside story is just as impressive. Count on the washing performance and energy efficiency of ColdWash technology. And count on real dependability, thanks to LG's Direct Drive Motor 10 Year Warranty.

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  • 4.1 cu. ft. capacity accommodates large loads to help you save you time and energy and conveniently placed upfront Intuitive electronic control panel with LED display helps you set the washer and go, LG's Slam Proof Lid will safe guard from pinched fingers and quiet closing
  • NeverRust Stainless Steel drum with stainless steel impeller for durability. LG's Direct Drive Motor uses fewer moving parts and operates more efficiently, LG confidently backs the motor with a 10-year warranty
  • SenseClean System automatically sets the water level and wash time for each load based on the weight. SmartRinse Jet Spray system provides great rinsing performance while efficiently using water
  • 8 wash programs, including tub clean, heavy duty, cotton/normal, delicates, speed wash and PureColor cycles, offer worry free fabric care. 1,100 RPM maximum spin speed for efficient water extraction
  • ENERGY STAR-qualified to meet or exceed federal guidelines for energy efficiency for year-round energy and money savings
  • ColdWash technology uses cold water and enhanced washing motions to penetrate deep into fabrics, giving you cold water savings with warm water performance
  • With LG's the new Easy Front Panel, the controls are readily accessible in the front of the washer. As if that's not enough, the sleek modern design allows you to find the right settings in no time
  • Preset cycles allow you to customize your soil and spin levels to provide ideal wash settings for the best results
  • Automatic water level adjustment uses the right amount based on the load size to provide water savings
  • LoDecibel operation- its so quiet you may not even notice the washer running
  • Washer requires use of only high-efficiency detergent, typically two tablespoons per load
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Brand Whirlpool Maytag LG Electronics LG Electronics
Ratings (8030) (8595) (1536) (510)
Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.) 4.3 4.3 4.1 4.9
Color/Finish Family White White White White
High Efficiency Washer Yes Yes Yes Yes
Product Depth (in.) 27 27 28.38 28.38
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Washer Features Add Garment (pause) Add Garment (pause),Door Window Add Garment (pause),Control Lockout,Cycle Time Remaining Display,Delay Start,Door Window,End-Of-Cycle Signal,Front Control,Out-of-Balance Detection,Soft Close Lid Add Garment (pause),Control Lockout,Cycle Time Remaining Display,Delay Start,Door Window,End-Of-Cycle Signal,Front Control,Out-of-Balance Detection,Soft Close Lid
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When you lean over to get clothes out of the tub, does your body touch the controls? Hate to purchase without seeing it first.

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April 29, 2014
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This not a problem for my wife or I, we are of average height.
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February 9, 2014
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Great question,very valid concern. I am 5'4 and have to lean over quite a bit to get to the bottom clothes. ( I look at it as a great stretching exercise). I touch the dial with my body but never turned anything on or off. I love this machine, it's stylish, quiet and has a cute little melody when it's done. Go for it.
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January 25, 2014
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Being only 5 foot tall, I have to use a stool to reach clothes. My body probably touches the controls, but does not press them and the on off button is not nearby.
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May 21, 2013
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Not a problem...during the wash you pause the machine to unlock the lid and the controls are disabled and they are also disabled when the cycle is finished. You can't accidently change the settings or start the machine by leaning over the controls...I'm short, I know.
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Colorado, USA
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May 18, 2013
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Yes, but the washing machine automatically turns itself off when the load is done. Also, even if it was on and you touched the controls, the pressure from your body is not enough to do anything. You need to push it with your finger. Nothing happens on the washer until you push the play button anyway, so you can press all of the buttons, but unless you shut the lid and press play- it won't do anything.
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April 3, 2013
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Don't worry, I had to almost climb in to reach down there... Leaning on the touch panel/ controls does nothing. If it is running, you can't even open it. Once it starts to wash, the control panel can't be changed (if you have toddlers they can't reach up and change the settings. No knobs, no buttons to interest them.. it's a touch panel... And it is locked from accidentally changing it until you hit Read More
Don't worry, I had to almost climb in to reach down there... Leaning on the touch panel/ controls does nothing. If it is running, you can't even open it. Once it starts to wash, the control panel can't be changed (if you have toddlers they can't reach up and change the settings. No knobs, no buttons to interest them.. it's a touch panel... And it is locked from accidentally changing it until you hit pause or stop or the cycle is finished. Then it clicks open and you can make changes then.
If it is off, it won't do anything because you have to turn on power to get it to do anything. So you can lean on it or climb in like I did until I had to get a stool to stand on to reach down into the giant stainless steel tub. LOVE IT! Read Less
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April 3, 2013
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Yes, I am 5'6" and still touch controls but they never get pushed per say because machine cuts off after load is complete and you have to push power button in order for other buttons to work. power button is to far to right for your body to touch. It also has a child lock feature that will not let you push any other buttons at all till you turn the child lock off.
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April 2, 2013
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a valid concern - but you have to push in with a little pressure to change anything. And you can only push the buttons once you've pushed the "start" button, so when you lean over to get the clothes, the machine is essentially OFF. They make it very easy to operate. I've included a pic - see, even cats think it's neat! :-)
Also, even though this machine is not on a pedestal like the front loading HEM's,
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a valid concern - but you have to push in with a little pressure to change anything. And you can only push the buttons once you've pushed the "start" button, so when you lean over to get the clothes, the machine is essentially OFF. They make it very easy to operate. I've included a pic - see, even cats think it's neat! :-)
Also, even though this machine is not on a pedestal like the front loading HEM's, it does have a deeper drum. I'm quite tall (5'10") and it's a bit of a reach for me - but not uncomfortable. If I had to lean down to unload a front loader, it would make my back hurt a lot!
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March 27, 2013
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It depends on how tall you are- I'm 5 foot even and my body does touch the controls although they have never been activated this way. I've started using a step stool to make getting the last of the clothes out easier and this also solved the body touching controls issue as well.
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March 13, 2013
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I am 5'7" and yes, I hang over the side, but have not had a problem with the buttons on the front. Probably, because you do not actually press the buttons as they are smooth and you must apply individual pressure to each button to program the wash.
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March 11, 2013
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Hi. You might touch the buttons but nothing will happen until you turn the machine on... so, I load the machine and then turn it on and make my selections on the pad. When it is done, the control pad is off again.. so even if you touch, no selections are made. Make sense? I haven't had any issues.
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March 4, 2013
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Sometimes...have had mine for 3 weeks...has not been an issue. Bought mine sight unseen as well so I understand your hesitation. No regrets here.
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March 2, 2013
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The front panel is smooth and this is a none issue. If you are short you may have a problem reaching to the bottom of the basket because it is quite deep. I'm 5'9" and can reach it with no problem.
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Depends how tall you are.
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Does the washer come with the hoses?

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This washer comes with the drain hose only. We bought new hoses at the local hardware store, and the delivery guys installed the new machine and even showed us a quick lesson on how to run it...Note: They are not going to install the washer with your old hoses.
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January 24, 2014
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No, you have to buy hoses if you mean connection to faucets. It comes with drain hose.
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January 24, 2014
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No it does not and I'm in the process of trying to have it returned.
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January 23, 2014
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No, but they are fairly inexpensive. I recommend the stainless steel hoses. Much more durable.
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No, but good ones thru the store will cost you about $20
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January 23, 2014
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You have to order them separate but it tells you which package to get. I think it was about $25.00
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No. If you try to use your old hoses, the installers will not install the washer. You can use your old hoses if you want to install it yourself, but there might be warranty issues.
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No, we had to buy the hoses prior to installation.
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No, but a set of premium quality hoses can be bought for about $20.
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No. I used my 1 year old hoses from my last washer.
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No, we had to purchase the connection hoses separately.
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January 21, 2014
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No
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Some units do include the hot and cold water hoses, it turns out this one does not.
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Is the cord a 3 prong or 4 prong?

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The number of prongs depends on your outlet. Dryer cords come in 3 or 4 prong and lengths of 4 and 6 feet, both are 220. My dryer is actually connected with a 3 prong range cord because of the outlet, but this is acceptable and does not make a difference in the performance of the dryer. But because of the voltage you cannot put a dryer cord on a range.
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the standard cord is three prong, but it can be switched out to fit a four prong wall socket if necessary
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Its a three prong.
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It's a 3 prong, 110 volt plug, small
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Three prong
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It is a standard 3 prong plug
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3 prong.
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January 21, 2014
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3 prong
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Three prong
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it will use both and has a wiring diagram on the back so you cant mess up!!
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Mine is a 3
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Standard 3-prong grounded cord.
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The cord is 3 prong.
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Is not being able to select the water level a problem?

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One of the most common misconceptions in washers today is that clothes need to be fully submerged in water to get clean. These machines use clothes on clothes friction to clean. Just like when little Bobby comes home with a fresh grass stained shirt. The best way to remove this stain in days of old was to take the item to the sink. lightly wet the effected area. little soap (key word little). and rub the Read More
One of the most common misconceptions in washers today is that clothes need to be fully submerged in water to get clean. These machines use clothes on clothes friction to clean. Just like when little Bobby comes home with a fresh grass stained shirt. The best way to remove this stain in days of old was to take the item to the sink. lightly wet the effected area. little soap (key word little). and rub the stain effected area with another piece of the garment. The washers today use this concept. when we over fill water because we feel there isn't enough water, we change the machines ability to wash. we can take away some of the ability for these clothes to bump and rub each other. A front load washer does the same thing. It just has gravity to assist in the process. LG has been making very competent machines in this market for many years. Read Less
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Not at all, the machine "senses" how large the load is and dispenses the correct amount of water for that size load.
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Absolutely. This is the worst part about this washer. There is never enough water to clean the clothes. The washer doesn't always "sense" the load correctly and may add very little water for a load of clothing. I would not recommend this washer. Go with a front loader....
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Not so far. The unit seems to go through a sensing mode and so far it has worked flawlessly.
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No. This washer is a smart machine with sensors and measures beautifully.
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I think it is a major problem if you are looking for clean clothes!
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I think so, you can see the clothes in the machine and they are never completely covered in water. It annoys me. But the clothes still come out clean.
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No.
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October 28, 2014
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not so far
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Supposedly the extra rinse button you can use to add more water. I have not been successful as I do not want more rinses just more water. I am just not saavy enough to know if it is really possible.
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Jake,
Thank you for your inquiry!
With the 4.3 Cu. Ft. High-Efficiency Front Control Top Load Washer, Model # WT1101CW it is not that you cannot select the water level. Each cycle has preset settings that can be selected automatically or you may also customize the settings using the cycle setting buttons by pressing the button for that option to view and select other settings. The washer automatically
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Jake,
Thank you for your inquiry!
With the 4.3 Cu. Ft. High-Efficiency Front Control Top Load Washer, Model # WT1101CW it is not that you cannot select the water level. Each cycle has preset settings that can be selected automatically or you may also customize the settings using the cycle setting buttons by pressing the button for that option to view and select other settings. The washer automatically adjusts the water level for the type and size of wash load for best results and maximum efficiency. It may seem there is no water inside the drum in some cycles, but this is normal!...IFV
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no problem at all.. Machine does a great job in cleaning clothing.
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Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 1627 reviewers.
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Have to tweak it 2.5 years later after leveling the actual tub NOT the machine, works well Still get the dreaded UE from hap hazardly placing load. As to the clothing smelling its true ! Just change detergent went from Tide to All made a difference. Also started using a fabric softener. Its really only a 4 setting machine-delicates, heavy bedding, (small) normal and fast wash. ALL loads require a pre-soaking ! Due to the learning curve to properly tweak the machine 4 stars. Checked would recommend BUT ONLY with the tweaks ! The leveling of the actual tub is critical ! October 17, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not Happy I've owned this machine less than 2 years. I've not had a lot of issues with unbalancing like others BUT I now have the LE code. I called LG and was told that they would send a service tech out for a mere $299; that is half of the cost of a washer not even 2 yrs old. When I said that I was told they could do the payment over 3 months. How is that any better? I'm so upset. I have slowly replaced nearly all of my household appliances with LG but I'm now doubting my decision. I'm calling an independent repairman but if the repair cost is estimate to be more than $250; I'm just going to buy a new non-LG machine. September 20, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by The worst washing machine, stay away from it. Bought this washing machine 2 1/2 years ago. Approximately 6 months after purchase, washing machine kept becoming unbalanced and gave the "UE" code. Called manufacture and they informed us that all of the motherboards were bad. They came and switched in out. Did not fix the problem. They came out again and changed the motor, still didn't fix it. They came out again and tried to level the washing machine. This went on for two years and it still does it. The problem is that it remains unbalanced, does not clean the close properly and it runs up the electric and water bill because it keeps cycling through the rinse cycle. Waste of money. Stay away from this machine. October 11, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Washer goes off balance VERY often We have owned this machine for nearly two years and it has been an expensive disaster. Any load that contains anything like towels, cotton bedding or anything else that tends to absorb a lot of water and be "heavy" in the machine will be unevenly distributed by the mini-agitator, causing the machine to stop and flash the UE light until an operator intervenes. We usually have to remove every item and manually distribute each one evenly around the tub and, even then, it often redistributes them unevenly again. This is the case regardless of the load size. Extremely inefficient for that reason. A second unpleasant feature is the tendency of the machine to accumulate stale water under the agitator which results in slime growth that is both smelly and unhygienic. September 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by DON'T BUY THIS WASHER!! I should have listened to the bad reviews!! I thought it was just people who didn't know how to load a washer properly....WRONG it doesn't matter how you load it...it is constantly "UE" uneven! Takes hours to wash one load constantly refills the washer even if you put it on "spin only" it still continuously fills and refills the wash!er with water. The most frustrating piece of junk I've ever purchased in my life. I don't consider it energy efficient when it runs for hours to wash one small load of clothes. September 15, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Maybe I have a different washer? I love this washer. I've used it to clean all sorts of things (even cloth diapers!) and they have all come out smelling clean (or rather, smelling like nothing at all). Some tips if you're having issues with clothes coming out dirty or with build up: use powder detergent (I recommend Tide), use the heavy duty or bulky settings (you can turn down the soil level and spin speed if you wish), don't use fabric softener. If you have an extra dirty load, do a rinse cycle. I have had better results with my machine than with any other HE washer I've used at relatives' houses, and almost every front loader I've seen takes 2 hours for a heavy duty load, so 1 hour isn't so bad to me. I've only gotten the UE error a couple times, and that was when the machine wasn't level. There are little legs that you can raise and lower at the bottom of the machine to help with this. We leveled the machine when we first got it, and then some plumbers came and needed to look at some pipes behind the machine. They moved the machine and that made it so it was uneven, and I started getting those errors... I leveled the machine again and everything has been great since then. The only change I'd make is I'd like to be able to program the machine to rinse, then do a cycle. I can program it to add a rinse after, but if I want one before, then I need to remember to come back down and start the normal cycle once the rinse is through. I've only had this machine a year though, seems like everyone else had theirs malfunction after two years. September 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fantasitc! We're a 65 year old couple who have raised two kids and been through many washers in our day. This machine is BY FAR the best we've ever had. Easy to use. Large capacity. Clear, simple controls. Simply put, it works. (our previous machine was a front loader Whirlpool which was an abject piece of you-know-what). September 1, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Review after 2 1/2 years of use I purchased this washer and the matching dryer 11/11/13. I just spent $260.75 on 4-1-16, to replace the control board. The washer kept indicating it was unbalanced. I called LG and they did the smartdiagnosis with the phone - which sounded like a fax signal, they told me there was nothing wrong. The machine would start but when it came to rinse it would be "unbalanced" and not continue. I don't feel after 2 1/2 years the main control board should be gone. I have to say I haven't been happy with the machine. It doesn't clean my clothes like the old ones with a center agitator. I understand it's HE but when most of my clothes are not in water, I feel like they are not getting clean. Watching it work through the glass window you can see how low the water level is in the tub. If you are short in height, don't even think about getting this machine. I'm 5'7 and I have to stand on my toes to retrieve the socks in the tub. I do think it does a good job on gently cycle and bulky items but for the normal loads it doesn't seem to get my clothes clean. I still find some items need to be washed twice. April 10, 2016
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