Frequently Asked Questions

  • 01. Compact front load washers range from 2.0 to 2.5 cubic feet, and most high efficiency washers range from 3.1 cu. ft. (IEC) up to 4.7 cu. ft. (IEC) ヨ which represents a significant upgrade from conventional top load washers. As a rule of thumb, to accomodate a king-sized comforter, a washer capacity of 3.8 cu
  • 02. Front-load washing machines are usually the more expensive option. The best front-loaders clean better and are gentler than the best HE top-loading washing machines while using less water. Front-loaders take longer than HE top-loaders, but spin faster, extracting more water and trimming dryer time.
  • 03. Most washer tubs range in size from about 2.45 cubic feet to 3.3 cubic feet. ... If you tend to save up your laundry or have a large family, look for a washing machine with the "plus" label. It will likely wash up to 15 pounds at a time. Or, consider a large-size front loader or top loader without an agitator.
  • 04. 5.6 cu. ft. Capacity. The Samsung 9100 Series front load washing machine ヨ the world's largest capacity washer/dryer* ヨ can wash 4 laundry baskets in a single load**. Our 5.6 cu. ft. capacity lets you do 3x the laundry in 1/3 the time***, saving you time and effort.
  • 05. All front loading washing machines are HE and use low-water levels in the wash and rinse process. 5. Top-loading washers that are labeled モHEヤ use low-water volume wash cycles. They have either no center post or a smaller-sized center post instead of a traditional agitator.