LG TurboWash Series WM8000HVA Graphite Steel 29" Washer

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Green Compliance: Energy Star

Tub Capacity: 5.1 cu. ft


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Product Title: LG TurboWash Series WM8000HVA Graphite Steel 29" Washer

Manufacturer: LG

Lowest Price: $899.99 from Sears Outlet

Power Score: 4.4 | 14 Reviews


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Great washing machine!

Super efficient, user friendly, sleek, advanced technology, great delivery & installation experience.

By Bert on Home Depot - May 1, 2013

Perfect Washer and Dryer

Best cleaning set of washer and dryer I have ever owed. Love the load size.

By LeaAnn on Home Depot - Apr 23, 2013

Effective and efficient, very happy

Exactly what we wanted for a family of 8. Only challenge is the height but well worth it

By Lblhgcf on Home Depot - Apr 9, 2013

NON-REVERSIBLE WASHER DOOR

Weakness: NON-REVERSIBLE WASHER DOOR

Hello, We just had our LG8000HVA washer and dryer installed today. Wow, the front door on the washer really doesn't reverse? Seriously for $2700.00 we can't get a washer with a reversible door. The engineers who applied the new magnet close probably wanted to save money and didn't want to include two magnets. Bad decision as this washing machine washes well but will get a bad...
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By anonymous; - Jan 24, 2013

Lots of bells and whistles

I typically do at least three loads of laundry on the weekends, now I can get away with 1 or 2, so that helps alot in terms of time and energy. There are so many functions, that I do not think is really necessary -- so I think it's more of a selling point to say you can have so many programs, but I wouldn't count the 3-4 signal volumes typically as programs. I was sold on the allergy cycle, but...
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By momof3 on Home Depot - Jan 8, 2013

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