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Old 07-05-2007, 07:16 AM   #1
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I just bought Whirlpool Gold dishwasher, model 2455 and Whirlpool washing machine, Cabrio model 6200s 3.8 cu. ft. w/ agitator.
Anybody know anything good/bad about these two Whirlpool appliances?
They really seem to perform well and VERY QUIET doing it.
Waiting to hear back on these?
I can't find but 1 or 2 reviews on these due to them being so new.
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Old 07-09-2007, 11:51 AM   #2
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Hmm, only thing I can say is that the new appliances are not made to last like the older ones, and I don't mean the really older ones. Seems like in the last 12/15 years, things have gone down hill. No more 15/20 year lifespans. Luckey to get 5 years.

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Old 03-06-2008, 01:30 PM   #3
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I am not sure of any problems with the models that you have purchased but as long as you don't over load the washer and make sure if you break a glass in the dishwasher that you get all the broken parts out you should not have to many problem.

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I don't have experience with the specific said Whirpool but the house I just bought came with a 12 year old Whirpool dishwasher (don't remember the product number) but it worked great. It wasn't that quiet but for something that was 12 years old, I was really impressed. Unfortunately, I had to remodel and changed to stainless steel (chose Kinchenaid, which I also love).
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I bought a house in 1988 and it came with a Kenmore 70 series washer and dryer. They still seem to work great so I hate to rplace the old work hourses. But when the time comes what do you appliance techs recommend? Should I stick with Kenmore?
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I bought a house in 1988 and it came with a Kenmore 70 series washer and dryer. They still seem to work great so I hate to rplace the old work hourses. But when the time comes what do you appliance techs recommend? Should I stick with Kenmore?

What exactly does Kenmore mean?
Here's a hint http://www.appliance411.com/purchase/sears.shtml

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