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Samsung WF317AAG

Samsung WF317AAG
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4 reviews

Sep, 2014

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On average, users rate this product 80/100.

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DO NOT BUY THIS WASHER

 

If you have kids that play sports, do not buy this washer!!! We have had ours six months and now it will not drain. Their service tech ahas made three times to come and hasn't shown up yet. He did call to tell me that 99% of the time it is the filter ...

clothes got clean for six months

Too delicate to handle dirty clothes, hidden filter

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Everything looks and smells clean!!

 

This was our 'second chance' at a front loading washer. Previously, we had one of the early models of the Maytag Neptune, which ended up being a mold smelling, class action nightmare. Moving into a new house that had an existing Whirlpool economy ...

Cute, Quiet, Does the Job

Currently can only be purchased at Lowes.

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What's going on over at Samsung?!

 

In the blink of an eye it seems as though Korean manufacturer Samsung has gone from plastic asian junk peddler to the world class benchmark product producer! Their LCD televisions, various electronics, and now major home appliances are not only well...

In a word: Gorgeous! Pure appliance art. Washer is library-quiet and laden with features.

What's the point of an epic, noise-free washer when paired with a typical noisy dryer?

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What's going on over at Samsung!

 

In a word: Gorgeous! Pure appliance art. Washer is library-quiet and laden with features.

What's the point of an epic, noise-free washer when paired with a typical noisy dryer?

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