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Here's the one I bought the day before yesterday. Samsung 6kg; model WA-80V4. To be delivered Tuesday, at our request.

php9,215 w/2 yrs warranty.

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We'll see how it works out. I will let yall know.

 

I didnt know the helpers had been asking about a washing machine to my wife. Hell, I just assumed everyone was happy. Maybe THAT'S why all the my underwear elastic is stetched out and now they hang down around my knees!

 

For those of you who have this make and model, does it pump water out when the cycle is finished or is it a gravity drain. Reason being I am trying to decide whether to install a floor drain (the drain for the machine is at the very bottom of it, correct?) or can I have it up higher and in the wall which saves me space, and make it easier to use a trap in the piping. 

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For those of you who have this make and model, does it pump water out when the cycle is finished or is it a gravity drain. Reason being I am trying to decide whether to install a floor drain (the drain for the machine is at the very bottom of it, correct?) or can I have it up higher and in the wall which saves me space, and make it easier to use a trap in the piping. 

That model is a gravity drain.

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Here's the one I bought the day before yesterday. Samsung 6kg; model WA-80V4. To be delivered Tuesday, at our request.

php9,215 w/2 yrs warranty.

photo15_zps55ff9a76.jpg

 

We'll see how it works out. I will let yall know.

 

I didnt know the helpers had been asking about a washing machine to my wife. Hell, I just assumed everyone was happy. Maybe THAT'S why all the my underwear elastic is stetched out and now they hang down around my knees!

Hmmm....6kg...?

Why didn't you go with the larger?  8kg....?   better, worse, or what.....?  big family, small family....?

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Here's the one I bought the day before yesterday. Samsung 6kg; model WA-80V4. To be delivered Tuesday, at our request.

php9,215 w/2 yrs warranty.

photo15_zps55ff9a76.jpg

 

We'll see how it works out. I will let yall know.

 

I didnt know the helpers had been asking about a washing machine to my wife. Hell, I just assumed everyone was happy. Maybe THAT'S why all the my underwear elastic is stetched out and now they hang down around my knees!

I have this same model machine in my Mactan Condo (you got a better deal)....and very happy with it ....

 

However If you were a family with big washes you would be wise to go a larger model.

 

I think Samsung make good reliable whitegoods & electronic equipment or at least as good as the others available.....

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