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Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

Posted by doral (My Page) on
Mon, Jan 21, 13 at 12:09

The Cabrio I just purchased (3.6) with "Quiet Technology" is anything but. During the wash and sensing cycles it makes a terrible grinding noise that we can hear all over the house.

Does anybody have a "quiet" suggestion?


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RE: Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

Are you looking for an HE machine or a regular conventional TL washer?

MRB


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RE: Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

Hello,

We have the Samsung WA456. We never hear it running during the wash. We only hear it during the spin and that's only because the water is pumping out. Even that is not very loud.

We love it so far.


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RE: Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

MRB-
mostly I am looking for a quiet washer that get clothes clean. I have space limitations which exclued a FL washer


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RE: Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

If your looking for a traditional TL washer, Speed Queens are much quieter than whirlpools by far, and get clothes really clean too


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RE: Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

A speed Queen is what I would like but............alas......none in our area. I had a F&P and could not get it service after my lowes warranty expired. Thus I am wary of something that I can't get serviced locally.


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RE: Does anybody know of a quiet TL washer?

If you can buy it online, anyne can work on it. It is a simple machine. Call speed queen up and ask them for advice on how to get it and possible servive which I doubt you will need.


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