Regarding Manual Override of Automatic Load Sensing...
about 3.9 cu. ft. DOE Top Load Washer in White, ENERGY STAR on
March 1, 2014
We have had the washer for a couple of months and tried the various cycles, etc. The very specific question that I have is just how much water should be in the tub for the manual override setting of "Super"? I loaded it with a few blankets, sheets and such- certainly a FULL tub of clothes, but NOT "packed down" like I was stuffing it or anything. After the fill (about two minutes into agitation), it sounded like the machine was really "laboring" to agitate. I paused it, and the top of the blankets were pretty much "dry"... the water level was a full 8 inches from the gray rubber which surrounds the tub at the top. In a response posted 30Sept12, the GE person mentioned 16 (or 18?) gallons would be used with the highest "override" setting. Is this STILL the case, because I don't think the tub was more than 2/3 full? Please advise- it is currently still under warrantee and we need to know if a check-up service call is warranted- thanks.
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