If you have shopped for any type of new appliance lately, you’re probably a little bit frustrated. It can really a challenge to find any appliance at an affordable price, let alone cheap washing machines.
There are two types of washing machines – front-loading washing machines and top-loading washing machines. Generally speaking, front-loading machines can handle larger loads and use less water and detergent, but they are also a bit more difficult to maintain than top-loading machines.
The HE3 is very easy to use and does a great job washing clothes. It can easily handle large items like sleeping bags and comforters, and the delicate cycle is perfect for woolen sweaters or other clothes that normally require hand washing.
The LG WM3431 is a combined washer/dryer in a compact package. It is perfect for those who are tight on space or for anyone who wants the convenience of putting a load of dirty laundry in the machine and coming back to clean, dry clothes.
The Danby DWM99W is a portable top loading washing machine with lots of features. The console is easy to use and the controls are well laid out making it a snap to select almost any combination of wash cycle, spin speed, and water temperature.
What to do if your washing machine starts to act up? You can either call the service company and wait a few days for an expensive repair job, or, if you are handy with tools, you can use our Washing Machine Repair Guide to fix the machine yourself.