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Re: ge washers

My SQ has a pre-soak or whatever, but I think I have to go and restart it when it's time to run the regular cycle.  The book  is light on details.  I haven't tried it yet, but it looks like it shuts off after the pre-soak is done.

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Re: ge washers


@VaBelle35 wrote:

My SQ has a pre-soak or whatever, but I think I have to go and restart it when it's time to run the regular cycle.  The book  is light on details.  I haven't tried it yet, but it looks like it shuts off after the pre-soak is done.


If your SQ is like my AWN432 it will drain and spin before the soak cycle ends.

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Re: ge washers

I've had GE appliances for years and have never had any problems with them. My 16 year old Sears washer and dryer both bit the dust last year and I replaced them with middle of the line GE's from Lowe's and I'm very happy with them. They're not high-end, but they have the features I wanted, were reasonably priced and do the job. My GE washer has the soak cycle, but I've never used it since DH and I are retired.

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Re: ge washers

I have had a ge he top load washer for several years now. It has done a good job for me. I like the soak feature as well, use it everytime.