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Old 05-04-2014, 07:08 AM   #1
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Washer/Dryer

I am remodeling a 2000 Discovery, getting ready to install a whirlpool washer dryer(stackable) in the spot that was designed for a combination washer/dryer. I have installed a seperate 110v 15 amp circuit for the Dryer, the Washer already had a separate circuit in place. Any one out there that has done this?
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We haven't done it, however our Journey came with the stackables & the DW is very happy. One thing she does that helps is when the wash cycle is complete, she adds another wring cycle, she claims it shortens the drying time considerably.
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I replaced my broken Splendid with a LG combo that would just fit. It works real good, much better than the original. Thought if it did not work I could always add a dryer on top, but it works great. Need the above space for storage anyway.
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