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The LG WM2350HWC is a mid-cost front load washer with a capacity of 4.3 cubic feet.

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Pros

can handle a large load at a time

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does a good job getting stains out

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clothes spin dry, takes very little time in the dryer to finish them off

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good range of adjustment for the different cycles

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uses very little power per load, good on the electricity bill

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very quiet while running, don't generally hear it outside the laundry room

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Cons

some features are a little confusing, need to work through the manual

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The LG WM2350HWC is a mid-cost front load washer with a capacity of 4.3 cubic feet. This washer is equipped with ten different wash options, to accomodate a variety of garments and functions. These options include a cycle for bulky/large items, wool items, and delicates. The SpeedWash cycle can have a load clean in fifteen minutes. The Sanitary cycle heats up the water to 158F, so that it gets rid of bacteria. Another option is ColdWash, which uses cold water to penetrate deep into fabrics. This technique gives you the cleaning performance of warm water with the energy savings of cold water. Options are all selected with the LG WM2350HWC's high-resolution dual LED display, which provides easy to follow instructions.

Features
  • Color: White
  • Dual LED display
  • Dimensions: 27" x 38 11/16" x 29 3/4"
  • 4.3 cubic ft.
  • Dry Linen Capacity: >10.1 kg
  • 9 programs
  • 5 wash/rinse temps
  • 10 wash options
  • Dial-A-Cycle
  • 6Motion
  • Direct Drive Motor
  • LoDecibel Quiet Operation
  • TrueBalance
  • Delay Wash
  • 1200 RPM max. spin speed
  • Energy Star Compliant
  • 1 year parts and labor warranty
  • 2 year control board warranty
  • 10 year motor warranty
  • Lifetime drum warranty
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Dkk
10/25/2011 01:46

Does it really clean well (garden dirt, etc.) without a steam feature?

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