New Top Load Technology vs Washers with Agitators



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LG is using new technology to make their washer wash clothes better without the agitator. DO you think the new technology will be better than the agitators?

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  1. Sean A806
    Sean A806 says:

    The Maytag washer and dryer set from 1973 I only paid $30 for last year will be around for many many more years while these newer washers will be junked in about 5 or 6 years time. These newer washers aren’t really efficient, and since the have electronic boards on them they always pull a slight power draw and it’s about 0.5 watts and that may not sound like much but when you do the numbers of how much it adds up to it’s quite a bit. With the old school washers like my 1973 Maytag is when the timer is off it’s off and is pulling 0 watts when off while newer washers always pull 0.5 watts even on standby. Something to think about.

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