This GE 3.3 cu. ft. capacity washer features the ExtrAction ribbed basket which removes more moisture than smooth baskets during the spin, which shortens dry times. Fourteen wash cycles handle various fabrics and soils. Convenient fabric softener and bleach dispensers automatically operate with wash cycles.
Tub Capacity: 3.3 cu. ft
Product Title: General Electric GTWP2005MCC Bisque 27" Washer
Manufacturer: General Electric
Power Score: 3.3 | 5 Reviews
Loading Type: Top Loading
Features: Dispenser, Noise Reduction
Max Spin Speed: 630 RPM
# Of Wash Cycle Settings: 14
# Of Water Temperature Setting: 3
Height: 42 in
Width: 27 in
Depth: 25.5 in
Weight: 145 lbs
Warranty Information: 1 Year Limited Warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Product Reviews (5)
I like it
this washer cycles are quick and cleans clother very well.
By DMP3 on Home Depot - Mar 8, 2012
Great Product SO Far
Delivery and Installation was on time with no problems. I have only had washer for less than a month, so far OK.
By dh12345 on Home Depot - Feb 28, 2012
Just received it 2/4/12
The water levels are too low for each setting. Rinse cycle is less than 10 SECONDS! Then it soaks and drains/spins. There isn't an extra rinse cycle like the previous model. Will never purchase GE again. Pure waste of time and money.
By StatenIslander on Home Depot - Feb 6, 2012
My wife wanted Bisque Color
This was the only bisque colored products (we bought the dryer also) that we could find in our price range and although they were inexpensive, they turned out very good in all aspects.
By on Home Depot - Oct 11, 2011
General Electric GTWP2005MCC
Part of General Electrics "ExtrAction" series, this 3.4 cu. ft. capacity, top-loading washer offers an increased surface area to extract more water from clothing during the spin cycle, meaning clothes dry faster. With 14 wash cycles for varying clothing types and soiling, 3 load sizes, rotary controls, and 3 water temperature settings, this washing machine comes in bisque color. ... PROS: (1)...
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By productwiki.com - Nov 19, 2011