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Old 03-24-2009, 02:59 PM   #1
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Splendide 2100 How full should the drum be????

DW was using the washer to-day She was using the Permanent press mode, She thought there should be more water in the drum!!!
The clothes were wet and washed ok, But there was no actual water level that appeared on the door.

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DW was using the washer to-day She was using the Permanent press mode, She thought there should be more water in the drum!!!
The clothes were wet and washed ok, But there was no actual water level that appeared on the door.

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That is probably normal. Our model 2000 doesn't seem to have a lot of depth to the water and the newer front load "super water saver" LG we had at home looked like it didn't use more water than enough to get it damp but that was what it was designed to do and it seemed to get things clean.
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Ours does the same thing. I've been all over the Splendide manual & no where does it say what the water level should be. Only that there's a sensor that provides enough water for the size of the load. Since the laundry comes out clean, I guess it knows what it's doing.

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Yes As far as the manual goes I don't see anything there!! and it is doing a good job. So we will just let it do its thing!!!

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Yep, I agree with the other posters. Our 2100 does what it does with no water level visible through the door window. At the stick house, our front loading Whirlpool operates the same way.
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Front loaders have an inner and outer drum. The level of water in the inner drum (which you can see through the door) is very low and the clothes “flip” in and out of the water. Works well, but it is a totally different concept than the old front loaders that were used when we were kids. They use only about a third as much water which is great for EV use. It will also be the same in large commercial front loader that you can find in some laundromats.
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