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Everything you need to know before you buy your next washing machine.
Save your money. This $1,300 Kenmore washer can't clean very well.
You'll no longer have to tell the voice-activated assistant to "ask Whirlpool" when you make commands.
From washing machines with built-in sinks and faucets to models with more than one cleaning basin, the latest laundry innovations have a lot of promise. Check 'em out here.
The $999 Whirlpool WTW7500GC top-load washing machine has a lot going for it... except great performance.
Electrolux's $879 EFLW317TIW only has a few features, but it performs better than most washers we've tested.
Electrolux's EFLW417SIW is proof you don't need to spend a ton to get a great washing machine.
Samsung's WA54M8750AW top-load washing machine has some significant flaws.
Maytag's $899 MVWB765FW washer has a cluttered display panel but it cleans quite well.
Underneath the Maytag MEDB755DW dryer's updated appearance lives the guts of an old-school appliance.
The Maytag MVWB765FW top-load washing machine has a weird display panel, but its performance kind of makes up for it.
Under this dryer's revamped skin lurks a flimsy chassis. Confusing controls don't help, but it does dry fast.