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Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

Posted by kemilie (My Page) on
Wed, May 23, 12 at 20:11

Hi! I've read some reviews of electrolux machines that talk about an "add water" button.. but when I look at all the current ones available at Sears I don't see anything with a button like that? Is it called something else, or do they not have that option anymore? If so, does anyone know of any front loaders that do have an "extra water" button for when you want it?

Thanks for any input!


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RE: Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

Yes they have it, at least it's on the WaveTouch models.

It's under options.


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RE: Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

I look at pdf's of user guides when I want operating info on products


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RE: Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

I Have Electrolux washer, EWFLS70J, and i love it. There is an "add more water" in the options settings on different wash cycles, note that not all wash cycles can have the option to "add more water" Like sanitize or fast wash.


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RE: Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

I remember reading the PDF's of the WaveTouch and the I Q Touch (I think it's called) and I remember the IQ didn't have
'add water' but the WaveTouch did. I wonder if the water it adds is significant or just a small amount?


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RE: Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

Hi there, i use the add more water on ever cycle i can. It does add more water than the cycles without, i notice that the water level with add more water is right up to the drum lip, without add more water selected it seems the water is just barley there.


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RE: Electrolux FL - do they still have an 'add water' button?

mark30511 is correct add more water is only available on wave touch machines.

Although I did read a few people have been successful in adding more water in the IQ touch by just putting a hose in the detergent dispenser area.


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