The Whirlpool Duet is a very popular front load washer which includes loads of features and settings. Here is a brief walkthrough of all the settings with a live washer.
"Hey guys, Rick from Yale Appliance here. Here to show you how to use the Whirlpool Duet WFW94HEXW, one of the best washers in the industry right now, one of the easiest to use. Highly rated from a consumer magazine, actually rated number one for quite some time. I'm here to show you how to use it and how easy it is to use it. That's why I love it.
There's the power button, very very simple. Here's the dispenser, where you'll put your detergent, fabric softener and liquid chlorine bleach. The reason why they have them right there is so it mixes up easily and you don't have any over diluted detergents. You want to make sure you use only high efficiency (HE) detergent which you can buy pretty much everywhere. You can ask me if you have any questions where some of the best places to buy that too.
As you can see it lights up on which cycle you're choosing. So we're going to do a normal wash here and to the right you have the control panel. It actually looks more intimidating if you come into our showroom because it doesn't light up. So it tells me here, estimated time remaining of 59 minutes, the temperature is where you are selecting here. Notice it's always warm rinses so that way that's already a default. Spin speed. Soil level. Very simple. If I want to choose any extra cycles I can do so. And to start, you actually just press and hold it down. There she goes. You will hear the machine start up. Door will lock. You'll see it says "door locked". Start moving, start weighing the laundry load. Then she's done."
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Rick Medeiros has over 6 years of appliances sales experience and is in the appliance sales department at Yale Appliance + Lighting. He enjoys travelling, live music and learning to play the guitar.