Kenmore 2626132 4.8 cu.ft. Top Load Washer with Triple Action Impeller in White, includes delivery and hookup (Available in select cities only)
The Kenmore 26132 4.8 cu. ft. Top Load Deep Washer helps make laundry day less of a hassle. From bulky loads of towels to soiled delicates, this 4.8 cu. ft. Kenmore washer can adapt to different sized loads, eliminate hand-washing, and improve overall cleaning performance. It’s 4.8 cu. ft. capacity can handle the tough stuff,
The Kenmore 26132 4.8 cu. ft. Top Load Deep Washer helps make laundry day less of a hassle. From bulky loads of towels to soiled delicates, this 4.8 cu. ft. Kenmore washer can adapt to different sized loads, eliminate hand-washing, and improve overall cleaning performance. It’s 4.8 cu. ft. capacity can handle the tough stuff, even that comforter, so you can get laundry done right at home; no more trips to the laundromat to use the jumbo washers. StainBoost and the Kenmore Triple Action Impeller gets your clothes clean, clean, clean while the Deep Fill option optimizes water levels for larger, bulkier loads. Kenmore’s Triple Action Impeller uses a 3-part wash motion to make easy work out of tough laundry. Wash basket motion, 9 powerful spray jets, and a burst of concentrated detergent ensure a better overall clean for your laundry using less water. Kenmore’s StainBoost option takes the tough work out of tough stains with an extended wash time and gentle care, no pre-treatment required. The Deep Fill feature adapts water levels to optimize washing for large, bulky loads in a single cycle, no more re-washing or wasting water. This Kenmore Top Load Washer is ENERGY STAR certified so you can rest easy knowing you’re wasting less resources without sacrificing cleaning power. Spend less time hovering over your laundry machines with the Kenmore 4.8 cu. ft. top load washer. Here are some tips to avoid white residue while washing. Use liquid HE detergent to the first line of the cap. If using HE powder detergent or pods make sure to add it to the tub before adding clothes to allow it to dissolve properly. Do not overload the machine. Use a cycle other than “Normal” like “Heavy Duty” or “Bulky” while avoiding “Express” when necessary. Use the “Deep Fill” option and/or the “Fabric Softener” option, if available, as these options will add more water to the cycle. Use cooler water temperatures, but not “tap cold” as detergent requires 60 degree water to dissolve. Add up to 2 extra rinses. Additional notes include using the clean washer cycle if the washer is not new. If these tips do not fix the issue, a service technician should be called to evaluate.