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Waveforce?

Posted by Andresrr (My Page) on
Thu, Jul 31, 14 at 12:13

Looking at to comparable LG washers, one with this magic waveforce option and one without. I notice that it is not included simply on the most expensive washers so I wonder whether this is something that I should factor in to the equation. The price of the non-waveforce washer and dryer (since I would get them as a set) is $336 less. All other features appear to be about the same.


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RE: Waveforce?

WaveForce is one of the drum motions. It's supposed to pull water and detergent through the clothes and remove stains. This action happens throughout the cycle along with normal agitation. However, I have read that WaveForce only kicks in on some cycles and only if the water level is juuuust right, so... I don't know if that's worth 300 bucks.

Here is a link that might be useful: Waveforce Washing Machine Motion


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