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The GE GTW750CSLWS costs $799 in a white finish and $899 in a gray finish.

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Its Water Station cycle refers to a faucet integrated into the washer drum. 

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Select the Water Station option on the dial and water will pour from the built-in compartment so you can hand-wash and presoak clothes. 

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This model has 14 cleaning cycles. 

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The display is easy to use and the washer's Smart Dispense option auto-dispenses laundry detergent from the washer's reservoir. 

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The reservoir can hold up to 75 ounces, which GE says should be good for up to 50 "average laundry loads." 

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