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Sears has the Samsung 3.6 cu. ft. Steam Washer (DV365ETBGWR) for $900 - $50 off with coupon code 50OFF300 - $360 off at final checkout = $490 with free in-store pickup. Delivery option is $70. Feautres 9 wash cycles, built-in heater and delayed start. The matching Samsung 7.3 cu. ft. Dryer (DV365ETBGWR) is the same price with coupon code 50OFF300.
$600 Retail: $900

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    garvin Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 10:27 am PST 11/17/13

    Sensor dry is great on the dryer

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    Teleman Ben's cred: 289
    Posted 2:07 pm PST 11/17/13

    Samsung Washer and Dryers are very good units. Most has very good reviews, including this unit. For 500 bucks, I doubt you will find one of this quality. For about 1K you can get a set that should give you years of life. I wish I had seen this price about a year ago.

    If only the pedestals were priced better, cant believe they want 230 bucks each.

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    cvbn Ben's cred: 118
    Posted 2:13 pm PST 11/17/13

    black Friday will have better deals and free shipping

    I read a repair man said Samsung and lg had high repair rates so look at credit card warranty it double makers warranty

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    LJW Ben's cred: 255
    Posted 4:02 pm PST 11/17/13

    Korean washers are not very reliable and parts are expensive and hard to find. You can get a top-rated high capacity Whirlpool front loader for about the same.

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    Solow Ben's cred: 574
    Posted 5:29 pm PST 11/17/13

    Almost ready to make the switch from a top loader. I wish mine would just go already.

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    hatimhanif Ben's cred: 1
    Posted 5:46 pm PST 11/17/13

    I have this unit at home and it is amazing, I even put my dress shirts in there!

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    4money Ben's cred: 13
    Posted 6:15 pm PST 11/17/13

    Pulled trigger.

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    rkpoo Ben's cred: 141
    Posted 6:45 pm PST 11/17/13

    Got a similar Sammy 4 cf w/o steam in 2009 for about $530 at Sears, not one problem the entire time.

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    dennis007 Ben's cred: 215
    Posted 7:17 pm PST 11/17/13

    The problem with most people they feed these washer with regular detergent which over time will kill the washer sensor. Use (HE) detergent and it will serve you many year to come.

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    Myself Ben's cred: 194
    Posted 7:57 pm PST 11/17/13

    #5, if you have space, just set the working toploader aside. Pull off the hose so it can really drain (and not get all moldy), and you'll have it around as a spare in case the new one fails. Shuffling machines across the basement floor isn't fun, but if it lets you wash your work clothes while waiting for the repair appointment, it's a win!

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    Kaver Ben's cred: 30
    Posted 7:54 am PST 11/18/13

    My Samsung washer and dryer both broke within two weeks of each other after just over two years. The spider arm on the back of the washer drum is made from really junky metal. It just snapped off one day. Most places around me said they no longer repaired Samsungs. I was able to fix it myself but it was a pain. I also have a kitchen full of Samsung appliances. In total 5 out of 6 have needed out of warranty repair before reaching 3 years of age. I complained to Samsung and to their credit they did reimburse me for the cost of the parts but not of the hours of labor. I would never buy Samsung again. They look very nice but don't last long.

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    myc0p Ben's cred: 120
    Posted 9:41 pm PST 11/29/13

    Kaver wrote:
    My Samsung washer and dryer both broke within two weeks of each other after just over two years. The spider arm on the back of the washer drum is made from really junky metal. It just snapped off one day. Most places around me said they no longer repaired Samsungs. I was able to fix it myself but it was a pain. I also have a kitchen full of Samsung appliances. In total 5 out of 6 have needed out of warranty repair before reaching 3 years of age. I complained to Samsung and to their credit they did reimburse me for the cost of the parts but not of the hours of labor. I would never buy Samsung again. They look very nice but don't last long.


    I see a tendency of making devices that actually fail right after the warranty period. Got to support the economy and keep on buying new things!

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