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Old 10-01-2016, 02:22 PM   #1
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LG 27in all in one washer dryer.

Looking at putting this in my 5th wheel. I don't have the measurements of my w/d closet on me currently so I'm curious if any of y'all have installed one in the front nose cap closet of your 5th wheel? Ours has the closet on the right side of the nose cap. The w/d is 27in wide by 30in deep
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We have a Splendide all in one that leaves everything a wrinkled mess. I said our next fifth wheel will have two separate units. I'm interested though in finding out if the LG is any better.


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We have a Splendide all in one that leaves everything a wrinkled mess. I said our next fifth wheel will have two separate units. I'm interested though in finding out if the LG is any better.


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Do you have the vented or non vented. We have the non vented and you are right about wrinkles. I do not know if the vented all in one's are much better
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I suggest the stack-able washer/dryer in lieu of the combo. You can wash and dry at the same time which is what my wife does all the time. Also the loads are larger in the stack-ables than in the combo's, brand does not matter. We have the Whirlpool stacked washer/dryer. Wife is very satisfied. Just make sure whomever installs to vent the dryer.
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No idea about the LG but we have the vented Splendide and wrinkles are never a problem, at least according to the wife. I'm not allowed to touch the washer. That said, a stack system would be better but the space above the washer has a hanging rack for the clothes she likes to air dry.

On edit: I looked at the LG and it appears it is not vented and sells for several hundred dollars more than the Splendide 2100XC vented model, which is what we have. I would recommend you look at it before deciding. We've had ours for 5 years and so far so good.
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I would do the stackable but I do know that the height of the closet is under 70in which I have not found stackables shorter than that. Also, I don't know how my wife would feel about drilling into our new camper to add the vent lol
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Do you have the vented or non vented. We have the non vented and you are right about wrinkles. I do not know if the vented all in one's are much better

We have a vented unit.


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