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Doing laundry with Kenmore's Elite 41582 washer

Kenmore's Elite 41582 washing machine is decent, but it can't compete with the Electrolux EFLS617S.

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The Kenmore Elite 41582 washing machine has an MSPR of $1,100, but is currently available at Sears for just $750.

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This washer has a 4.5-cubic-foot capacity.

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The right side of the display gives you control over temperature, soil level, spin speed and more.

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It measures 27 inches wide by 38.69 inches tall, with a depth of 27.95 inches.

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It has 14 cleaning cycles.

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The Express Wash setting can knock a cycle down to 15 minutes.

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It has a troubleshooting feature called Kenmore Connect that requires a call to customer service at 1-800-4MY-HOME.

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