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kimmer

05:29PM | 07/20/05
Member Since: 07/19/05
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my dryer is 21 years old-- perhaps a 1984. Model # 86470110/64701. Still works great, and I will pass it on to my mom who needs a machine, but not a large one. I am looking to upgrade, and need to know what size the drum/ or capacity is, so I can be certain I am getting a larger machine- with two tall teen boys in the house- everything is bigger!

Also any recommendations or opinions on the front loading washing machines would be great. It looks good from the saving water/ and spinning dryer angle-- but looks like more stooping over to load.. and I am trying to be kinder to my back as I age!!

DanO

10:31PM | 07/20/05
Member Since: 11/11/02
2293 lifetime posts
** [Kenmore dryer] model # 86470110/64701... need to know what size the drum or capacity is **

You'd probably have to contact S ears and ask them as Kenmore is their exclusive brand.

** any recommendations or opinions on the front loading washing machines **

I like the Frigidaire built ones for their price and the fact that they're still made in North America. If I'm not mistaken, all the rest are imported from overseas except maybe older Maytag Neptune models. The newer Neptunes are imported now.

JMO
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