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Calling Electrolux Wave & IQ & Samsung Washer/Dryer Owners

Posted by jean61 (My Page) on
Tue, May 21, 13 at 16:37

What are your options of your Electrolux or Samsung W/D?
Which models did you get? And are you happy with them?


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RE: Calling Electrolux Wave & IQ & Samsung Washer/Dryer Owners

I have had the 70 series Electrolux pair for about a year and a half now. I like them very much. No way do I use the ridiculous number of cycles they come with, but the thing is I can tweak them to do pretty much anything I want, and I do like that. I also have saved those cycles with their tweaks, so I don't have to keep reinventing the wheel every time I do a load of dish towels, whites, etc. I also like that it will tumble the load after it's done spinning, releasing clothing from the sides and fluffing it up. Combined with perfect tumble, cool down, and extended tumble in the dryer, I don't have wrinkled clothing. I especially like the extended tumble feature in the dryer--it means that the load will just tumble on air fluff 'till I get to it. No more dropping what I'm doing to go get the laundry before it turns into a wrinkled mass. I just feel like the set works for me, not the other way around. So far, so good.


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RE: Calling Electrolux Wave & IQ & Samsung Washer/Dryer Owners

Thanks for the Info - I am getting Electrolux Kitchen appliances...and didn't know how the washer/dryers rated

thanks again


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RE: Calling Electrolux Wave & IQ & Samsung Washer/Dryer Owners

I also have the E'lux Wave Touch double ovens and a refrigerator. Both have performed well for me over the past almost 3 years.


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