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The General Electric Profile PTWN6250MWT is a lower mid-cost top load washer.

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works well with HE detergent to reduce how much is used

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can handle very large loads when needed

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gentle on clothes, nothing comes out tangled

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uses much less water per load than a typical washer

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Lid sensor broke after just a few days.

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prone to shaking and moving around on the floor

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makes a lot of noise during normal operation if not balanced just right

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cycle is typically very long, well over an hour

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The General Electric Profile PTWN6250MWT is a lower mid-cost top load washer. This washer has a capacity of 4.3 cubic feet. Efficiency is a focus of this washer, and several features play to this focus. For example, the HE (High Efficiency) LoWater wash system with Infusor utilizes the concentrated power of HE detergent, requiring less water to get clothes clean than a traditional topload washer. The PreciseFill function automatically measures the load size to add just the right amount of water, cutting back on waste. The 700RPM spin speed remove more water during the spin cycle, so that you can minimize drying time. The General Electric Profile PTWN6250MWT is Energy Star qualified, as well as CEE Tier III rated.

  • Color: White
  • Dimensions: 27" x 42" x 25.5"
  • Energy Star qualified
  • CEE Tier III rated
  • HydroWave
  • LoWater wash
  • PreciseFill
  • 700RPM spin speed
  • Lifetime tub warranty
  • 10 year parts warranty
  • SpeedWash
  • 4.3 cubic foot capacity
  • 5 washer cycles
  • 7 washer settings/options
  • 6 wash/rinse temperatures
  • Rotary-electronic control
  • LED cycle countdown
  • Stainless steel wash basket
  • Infusor wash mechanism
Post Review
02/11/2012 10:20

Correction, the WASHER will not start.

02/11/2012 10:20

The washer and dryer were just delivered today: the dryer works but the dryer will not turn on. Yes, I have checked the fuse, the plug in, the magnet on the lid, the settings, and unplugged it 5 times for at least 2 minutes at a time.

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