Whirlpool 5.9 Cu. Ft. Top Load Stackable Long Vent Electric Dryer - White

Model No: WETLV27FW

  4.0
1 Reviews

Features:
  • 4 Wash Cycles with 5 Temperatures
  • 6 Dry Cycles with 3 Temperatures
  • Auto Load Size Sensing Technology
  • Interior Drum Light
  • Bleach & Fabric Softener Dispenser

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Suggested Retail: $1,449.00

Our Low Price: $1,349.00

The perfect solution to small spaces, this Whirlpool® combination washer dryer is designed to fit where you need it and still deliver high-efficiency cleaning performance. The 2.5 cu. ft. capacity washer and 5.9 cu. ft. capacity electric dryer delivers th

Washer

4 Wash Cycles
Bleach Dispenser
Casual Wash Cycle
Delicates Cycle
Fabric Softener Dispenser
Normal Wash Cycle
Prewash Cycle

Dryer

3 Temperature Selections
AutoDry-High
AutoDry-Low
Damp Dry
Fluff Air Dry
Interior Light
Powder Coated Drum
Timed Dry-High
Tumble Press Dry

Appearance

White Finish

Capacity

5.9 Cu Ft Dryer Drum

Dimensions

73" H x 32" D x 27 1/2" W

Washing System

2 Spin Speeds
3 Soil Levels
5 Wash Temperatures
Auto Load Size Sensing Technology

Controls

Dial Controls

Manufacturers Warranty

1 Year Limited Parts & Labor

Additional Features

3 Way Venting

  • Height : 73 Inches
  • Width : 27 1/2 Inches
  • Depth : 32 Inches

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Average Rating

out of 5 (1 Reviews)

0-5 of 1 Reviews |

Worthy!

by: EHP

Location: Edmonds, WA

Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.

Submitted: 07-12-2017

I replaced my 19 yr old stack-able Maytag with this "Laundry Center" Whirlpool. It has met my expectations - quiet, efficient and meets the "green" standard expected for current cleaning appliances. I would have given it a 5 star rating except for the way it's put together. The old stack-able Maytag allowed you to separate the lower washing machine unit from the upper dryer unit and frame. This type of design would have allowed for an easier delivery which required going through a front door and up stairs to its final destination. My understanding is the Whirlpool now owns Maytag - they should have kept the old stack-able Maytag design for their current "Laundry Center" Whirlpool design.
0-5 of 1 Reviews |