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LG WD 12330 CDP

I finally bought a washer/dryer combo because I was tired of the endless trips back and forth from the Laundromat. I realized that between the time I spent there and the ridiculous price of doing a load of laundry, I was better off just buying my own. At first I was really excited.

I put a few shirts in, went to run some errands and was delighted to come back home a few hours later to clean, dry clothes. But the problems started when I tried to do my first full load of laundry. First off, the thing took like 3 hours+ to finish and the clothes were still damp which left me hanging clothes to dry all around the house (which doesn’t work so well with a year old running about).

Secondly, I admit I’m no good with technology but after the cycle had started, I wanted to but another shirt in, but the door had locked itself and I couldn’t figure out how to open it. The same thing happened when I tried to toss a skirt in the dryer to knock the wrinkles out (which I have always done with my other dryers) and after 3o minutes of fighting with the machine, I had to accept my defeat, change my outfit, and race to work (even though I was late anyways).

My 15 year old daughter also had a similar experience which resulted in a crying fit over her “ruined date”. So all in all, Its nice to not have to check on the laundry, but between the dryer holding your clothes hostage for 1 ½ hrs and the mounds of damp clothes strewn about my living room, I wish I would have just gone for the regular washer and dryer.

And I suppose it would work fine for a couple, but for a family of four, it just doesn’t seem to be doing the trick.

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