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Whirlpool WTW7800XL (4.0 Cu. Ft. Top-Load Lunar Silver Washing Machine Review

Though production is winding down, the Whirlpool Cabrio WTW7800XL can still be found on sale for $899. It's a good washer for those who like to control how much water gets used in their wash cycles, though other machines cost less and do a better job getting out stains.

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Introduction

The Whirlpool WTW7800XL is due to be replaced by another model soon, but it can still be found at some retailers for a sale price that ranges between $800 and $1000. If you can get a good deal and prefer a top-loading washer, this Cabrio isn't a bad choice. Its Normal and Quick cycles returned excellent results, and annual operating cost was low for this style of machine. Compared to the whole marketplace of washers, however, others do a better job cleaning clothes for a lot less money.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Design
  3. Efficiency
  4. Washing Speed & Performance
  5. Washing Features
  6. Wash Controls & Use
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  9. LG WT5101HV Comparison
  10. Conclusion
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