Maytag Centennial 3.8 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR-MVWC425BW - The Home Depot


Model # MVWC425BW

Internet # 204390564

Centennial 3.8 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR

Maytag Centennial 3.8 cu. ft. High-Efficiency Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR

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  • The PowerWash® cycle delivers the Best Cleaning in its class
  • Extra-large capacity to clean your largest loads
  • The Fountain™ impeller helps clean even your toughest loads
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Model # MVWC425BW

Internet # 204390564

Store SO SKU # 1000020818

This 3.8 cu. ft. Maytag Centennial High Efficiency top load washer features a Fountain Impeller and is Better Built to clean even your toughest loads. The Fountain Impeller helps clean by repeatedly scooping water and detergent from the bottom of the washer and moving it upwards through your clothes. Plus, it features Maytag Commercial Technology like corrosion-resistant springs, synthetic oil and a commercial-grade motor. You can depend on the PowerWash cycle to remove even your toughest stains with a combination of extra cleaning action and thorough rinsing. And with 3.8 cu. ft. capacity, you'll be able to clean as many as 18 towels in a single load. From Ohio to you, this Centennial washer is designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A., so you can buy it with genuine American Pride.

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  • Spacious 3.8 cu. ft. capacity handles large loads easily
  • Stainless steel wash basket that adds a polished, premium look and feel. It resists odors, rust and chipping and the smooth surface helps protect delicate fabrics from snagging
  • PowerWash system provides the best cleaning in the industry with extra cleaning action and a thorough rinse
  • 11 wash cycles include Power Wash, Deep Water Wash, Bulky/Sheets, Normal (cotton), Wrinkle Control (perm press), Hand Wash, Cold Wash, Soak, and Rinse & Spin to handle everything from delicate synthetics to heavyweight cotton
  • ENERGY STAR qualified with a CEE Tier III rating: this washer is among the most efficient washers in the industry
  • Rear panel controls provide convenient access to all cycle and option selections
  • Adjustable soil and water temperature settings allow you to customize wash cycles to provide the exceptional fabric care
  • IntelliFill automatic water level sensors detect the load size and automatically adjust water usage, which helps save resources
  • Deep Water Wash provides additional water and alternating wash action for heavily soiled mixed loads. PowerWash cycle uses a combination of extra cleaning action and a thorough rinse to help remove even your toughest stains
  • The Fountain impeller helps to provide superb cleaning by repeatedly scooping up water and detergent from the bottom of your washer and moving it upwards through your clothes
  • Cold Wash helps power out tough stains using cold water and extra cleaning action. This means you get energy savings with the gentleness of cold water
  • Lid Lock: to allow for higher spin speeds, the lid will lock and the Lid Locked light will turn on
  • Maytag brand washers are known for their dependability. This washers continues that legacy with long-lasting, commercial-grade components such as corrosion-resistant springs, synthetic oil and a commercial grade motor
  • American Pride. From Ohio to you: designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A. Buy with confidence knowing this model is dependably manufactured right here at home
  • Washer requires use of high-efficiency detergent
  • 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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Assembled Depth (in.)  27 in  Assembled Height (in.)  44 in 
Assembled Width (in.)  27.5 in  Capacity - Washer (cu. ft.)  3.8 
Height With Lid Open 90 Degrees (In)  53 
Agitator/Impeller Type  Impeller/Washplate  Amperage (amps)  15 
Appliance Series  Maytag Centennial  Appliance Type  Top Load Washer 
Capacity- Top Load Washer (cu ft)  3.8  Color/Finish  White 
Color/Finish Family  White  Control Type  Manual 
Cycle - Allergen  No  Energy Consumption (kWh/year)  135 
Energy Efficiency Tier Rating  Tier III  Estimated Yearly Operating Cost ($)  14 
High Efficiency Washer  Yes  High-Efficiency Detergent Required  Yes 
Included Items  No Additional Items Included  Maximum Spin Speed (RPM)  800 
Number of Rinse Cycles  Number of Rinse Temperatures 
Number of Wash Cycles  11  Number of Wash Speeds 
Number of Wash Temperatures  Product Weight (lb.)  115 lb 
Returnable  Non-Returnable  Steam Function  No 
Voltage (volts)  120  Wash Cycles  Clean Washer,Cotton,Extra Rinse,Handwashable,Permanent Press,Soak 
Washer Dispensers  Bleach  Washer Features  Out-of-Balance Detection 
Washer Interior Light  No  Washer Tub/Drum Material  Stainless Steel 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings  1-UL Listed  ENERGY STAR Certified  Yes 
Manufacturer Warranty  Limited 1-year 


Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 2989 reviewers.
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Nothing but junk This machine has a problem with the load sensing and water temperature system. I am on my third failure of this machine and after 5 years of ownership I am replacing it. It is the last Maytag product I will ever buy. The first failure was two weeks after the warranty period was over. I live alone so the machine had on average two loads a week run though it. Maytag refused to accept they had a product problem even though the internet was full of complaints they denied they existed. Home Depot did however stand behind the product and only after they intervened did Maytag call and offer to help out. That combined with the complaint article I wrote on a consumer site that they (Maytag) were monitoring. They offered to fix the machine for free if I would stop bashing them. Squeaky wheel syndrome applies here. Buyer be ware. April 25, 2014
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Don't bother, you'll regret it. Only five weeks and oil has started leaking out the bottom. Some of it is clear, some has metal shavings and as black as used motor oil -- not a good sign. After reading reviews, I'm surprised Home Depot is carrying the product. Repairman booked two weeks out. Apparently the Maytag Repairman won't be retiring after all. April 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Good Operation, but Scary Noisy For over 40 years we have been Maytag consumers, so when our 16 year old washer needed replaced we researched the industry. In the end, we again selected Maytag. This new machine, minus an agitator, works quite well. However, be forewarned, it is scary noisy as it goes through its start-up routine. If you didn't know better, you would swear it was malfunctioning and should be returned immediately. Being in a laundry room removed from the living area, this noisy start doesn't present any problem, but in close proximity, to say sitting area, this might be disconcerting. Like all appliances, only time will tell about it's longevity. Can we only hope for another 16 years! November 13, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Update review on maytag model mvwc425bw The 288 current reviews for the new Maytag model mvwc425bw are for the previous model. Check other web sites and see only about 10-20 reviews. This model has been out about 2 months and is a 3.8 cu.ft. with power wash option those reviews are from years ago. Advise to update reviews for current product A.S.A.P. I am a store employee and this is embrassing. June 22, 2014
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Cleans Well, But Some Issues First, this review is for the new 3.8 cu. ft. Centennial model (MVWC425BW), not the older 3.6 cu. ft. Centennial model (MVWC350AW) that apparently has a lot of problems - a lot of bad reviews here are for the older model. Second, if you don’t feel like reading, the washer has some issues, but after a month, I’m happy with it. Third, if what would really want is an old-style, built like a tank, agitator washer, Speed Queen still makes them, but they’re expensive. Here’s the differences – and what I like and don’t - from my old 1980s vintage A112 Maytag: Noise. This things whines, clunks, whirrs, gurgles, and thunks. If I wasn’t warned that it makes “different” noises, I would have thought it was broken. It’s fine in the garage, but if you’re planning on having this washer in a living space, be aware that it is LOUD. Loading. The detergent, bleach, Oxy, etc. have to go in before the clothes. And the clothes have to be loaded around the edges, so that you can see the center bottom of the washer. More than a few times I’ve had to unload a full washer because I forgot to put the detergent in first. Lid Lock. The washer has a lid lock, so once you press the start button you’re locked out. You can quickly press the start button to unlock it and add more clothes, but it takes a minute or two for the washer to stop and unlock. As someone said, “No one wants to have to wait around for a few minutes holding a dirty sock.” If you accidently press the button for too long it cancels the cycle and you have to start over. Fabric Softener & Bleach Dispensers. There is NOT a fabric softener dispenser on this washer. You can use a Downy ball, and it has a setting dial for it (Fabric Softener: Off/On), but a lot of people don’t like those balls. If you try to unlock the lid to add fabric softener, you run the risk of accidently canceling the load and having to start all over. Because the bleach dispenser is in the front left corner, I keep being worried about accidentally setting something black on it and getting bleach spots. This hasn’t happened yet, but it has the potential to. Run Time. It takes a long time to run a load. If you want to run a quick load for any reason, you’re out of luck. Wrinkles. The washer really spins a lot of water out of your clothes. It’s good because it takes less time to dry. It’s bad because even on the hand wash cycle clothes come out twisted and very wrinkled. It’s fine if you’re going to throw them in the dryer, but anything you hang to dry will have more wrinkles than you’re used to. Large Loads. I can fit twice as many pairs of jeans in the washer as in my old Maytag. (I counted.) This cuts down on the number of loads, but I can now actually wash more clothes than will fit in my vintage Maytag dryer. The fast spin speed also means that the washer vibrates a lot with very large loads. Cleaning. The Centennial cleans pretty well. I swear that my clothes are softer than they used to be. I’m not sure why that would be, but they feel softer. The only cleaning issues I’ve had are on the hand wash cycle for undies in a mesh wash bag. A few times it hasn’t fully cleaned the crotch and I’ve had to rewash them. (You Ladies know what I mean.) Overall, I'm happy with the washer and can live with some of its quirks. January 11, 2015
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