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GE® Unitized Spacemaker® 3.2 DOE Cu. Ft. Washer and 5.9 Cu. Ft. Electric Dryer

web ID: 8550107
Featuring a space-saving stacked design, this washer and electric dryer from GE was designed with fast, easy and effective use in mind. The washer’s auto-load sensing means it will automatically measure the load size and add the right amount of water.
  • 3.2 DOE cu. ft. washer; 5.9 cu. ft. dryer
  • rotary electromechanical controls on dryer allow for fast, easy cycle selection
  • rotary-electronic controls on washer simplify cycle selection
  • 11 wash cycles, each designed to specifically handle various fabrics and soils
  • 6 wash/rinse temperatures
  • 1 wash/spin speed combination
  • speeds are matched to fabric type for great clothes care
  • 4 water levels
  • bleach and fabric softener dispensers
  • solutions are automatically mixed with wash water for bright, soft-to-the-touch results
  • cycles status lights let you easily see where your load is in the cleaning
  • right-swing doors
  • 75 1/2 x 26 4/5 x 30 17/20"

Product Specifications

Capacity 3.2 Washer/5.9 Dryer Door Opening Width 16 1/8 Inch
Depth (in.) 30 17/20 Inch Height (in.) 75 1/2 Inch
Depth With Door Open 47 Inch Width (in.) 26 4/5 Inch
Door Opening Height 18 5/8 Inch
Agitator Type Agitator Matching Pedestal Model Number None
Amperage (amps) 30a Matching Washer Model Number N/a
Appliance Series Not Applicable Matching Washer Type Top Load
Appliance Types Stacked Washer Dryer Max. Spin Speed (RPM) 670 Rpm
Control Location Front Portable No
Control Types Dual Programmable Wash Cycles No
Cycle Status Lights Yes Rinse Cycles 1
Cycles 15 Rinse Temperatures 1
Door Style Right Swing Stackable No
Dry Cycle Types Permanent Press, Auto Regular Stacking Kit Model Number N/a
Dry Cycles 15 Vent Location Rear/lft/rt
Drying Temperatures 4 Vent Type Ducted
Electric or Gas Electric Voltage (volts) 240v
Energy Consumption (kWh/year) See Energy Guide Wash Cycle Types Cotton, Whites
Features Timed Dry, Auto Temp Control, Noise Reduction, Front Load, Stackable Wash Cycles 15
Finish White Wash Temperatures 6
Fuel Type Electric Washer Dispensers Fabric Softener, Bleach
Included Items None Water Levels 4 + Adaptive Fill
Interior Finishes Plastic Window In Door No
Interior Lighting No number of Wash Speeds 1
Lint Filter Location Up-front
ADA Compliant No JCPenney Exclusive No
Certifications and Listings Ul Listed Labor Warranty Limited 1 Year Entire Appliance
ENERGY STAR certified No Parts Warranty Limited 1 Year Entire Appliance
Rated 1 out of 5 by from DESTROYS CLOTHES I have had this stupid machine repaired 3 times, now going on 4. They refuse to replace it, it is making me sick to my stomach with stress. Not only does this machine leave black streaks on everything, it tears up my clothes and my linens. I have HAD it with this model and I honestly expected more from GE. As far as I am concerned, they could care less. The attached photos are brand new items that were destroyed in less than 3 months of owning.These are just from my most recent load of laundry, the list of actual damaged items is at least 20 items.
Date published: 2017-04-04
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheap Cheap Cheap "Cheap Cheap Cheap" Not Recommended My wife & I purchased this washer/dryer for our vacation condo. The washer is "LOUD" and when the cycles change and you constantly hear loud "clicking" noises. The clicking noises are so loud, we cant wash in the morning or late evenings as it will wake up our children. Also, on the 3rd use of the dryer, the cheap plastic handle broke off the dryer door. It appears that this handle was engineered on the cost reduction side of engineering. It's held in place with two (2) compression plastic tabs on the right side of the handle and BOTH tabs broke off. We cant open the dryer door now. Plus the handle is made/engeneered for "right-handed" people. My wife and I are both left-handed and would normally open the door with our left hands, but the design of the handle prohibits approaching from the left side. The handle should have been "Open" from both sides accomodating both left & right handed users and secured on the door with something with a higher tensile strength than small plastic "L" shaped tabs have. We now have to wait a week for a warranty service technician to take a look. I sincerely hope they have this part with them and we dont have to wait for the part to come in and endure a 2nd visit from the service rep. Do not buy this washer/dryer combo...my wife and I are extremely disappointed. The 15 year old Whirlpool that this GE unit replaced ran more quietly and was better built. Why GE decided to cost reduce the handle and make that part out of PLASTIC which is a "high usage" part and takes a lot of stress with the continual opening of the dryer just befuddles us.
Date published: 2017-03-26
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Very noisy I purchased this stackable washer/dryer 3 months ago. I read many reviews before purchasing it and most people seemed to be satisfied with it's performance other then the noise it makes. I thought perhaps the noise issue was an exaggeration. It wasn't. The dryer is as quiet as any other dryer but the washer is extremely noisy. The noises that it makes causes me to feel like it's going to break at anytime.The wash cycle makes terrible grinding sounds and the spin cycle noise is often unbearable. I realize that the water levels in newer machines are set lower then what we've been used to in the past to conserve water, however, I think they are set too low. I've always thought that doing laundry was one of my easiest household chores but the noise of this machine causes me an anxiety for this chore that I don't appreciate. On a positive note, I am satisfied that the laundry does come out clean. I have always trusted the GE brand and have numerous GE appliances in my home. I do think that maybe they are cutting too many corners for the sake of saving energy and water in the production of newer appliances.
Date published: 2017-03-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Stacked washer and dryer After having an issue corrected (Drain hose was installed to far down the pipe and was not secured, which caused the water to siphon out on the extra large cycle during filling), I love it! It does run quieter than a unit that I rented. When it changes cycles it can make loud clicking sounds, but it lasts only seconds. I love the large size of the machine. I can wash fewer loads. The dryer dries fine and besides hearing the snaps and zippers getting banged around, its quiet. The only thing I didn't like was that 1 load take over 25 min to wash and its not advertised as a HE machine. I've had it 2 months so far and hope all goes well. If it doesn't, then it'll be Geek Squad to the rescue.
Date published: 2017-05-19
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Dryer works well- washer is hard to understand I bought this 5 days ago. The washing machine seems to go through about 10 starts and stops during the rinse/spin cycles. Short bursts of sound like rinsing followed by a short sound of the machine trying to spin, then repeat again and again. This happens when the rinse light is on. Afterwards the spin light comes on and the machine starts/stops its spin cycle a few times before finally spinning to the end of the wash. Is all of this starting and stopping and shorts rinse/spin cycles normal or do I need to reset something or have another service guy out. Thanks
Date published: 2017-04-24
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Nothing but problems I've had nothing but problems with this model and have had the repair person here 4x within the first month. First I had the problems with the dryer others have mentioned, it was tearing sheets and leaving black marks (burns?), snagging and ruining terry towels. Then when they "fixed" it by replacing a part near the door, they left the entire unit not working at all! Now the washer doesn't work, it keeps tripping the circuit and turning off (stopped full of water!), and the dryer doesn't have heat but is still snagging towels. I cannot keep missing work to wait around for the repair guy! DO NOT BUY THIS! YOU WILL REGRET IT! If you have the proper voltage, get separate stackable units with better reviews, even though they cost a bit more! I am trying to exchange this but am not having any luck. Dealing with the repairs has turned into a part-time job.
Date published: 2016-12-18
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Works Well This stackable washer dryer was brand new in our apartment. The washer works well, but I wish there was an option for a shorter length wash cycle- they all seem to be about the same time frame. And be aware that the washer is very noisy! The dryer also works well, but I wish it would buzz or somehow alert that the dryer is finished. Be aware that if you don't use the timed cycle- it runs until you stop it! Perhaps I am too involved in my next task, or just need that reminder to get the clothes out of the dryer.
Date published: 2017-05-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Water level too low to cover clothes I recently bought a condo that had this W/D already installed and am in the process of replacing it because it's useless for washing anything other than a tiny load. No matter what I put in it, the water level won't wet the top items till well into the wash cycle when the agitator finally pulls them down. I just put 3 towels, a couple of T-shirts, and some sox in, added detergent, and turned it on. Five minutes into the agitating cycle, I opened the lid and found that the blue detergent was still sitting on the top towel where I'd dumped it--the towel was still dry. The wash drum never fills more than 1/4 of the way. I understand water saving appliances, but this washer is beating up (agitating) dry clothes and failing to clean anything appropriately.
Date published: 2017-03-04
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is the washer tub stainless steel or plastic?

Is the washer tub stainless steel or plastic?
Asked by: bigvic
Answered by: Russ
Date published: 2017-05-20

Can you wash and dry at the same time?

Asked by: GeorgefromKent
Answered by: Russ
Date published: 2017-03-14
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