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amleeling

LG WM3988HWA Combo Washer Dryer

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amleeling   
amleeling

I'm probably going to trade in my LG WM2233HW and LG DLE3733W for the combo WM3988HWA Washer Dryer.  Does anyone have access or know how to get the service manual for it?  I found one of the washer/dryer combo manuals, but it was before the steam feature was added.  I want to review the WM3988HWA service manual before purchase.

http://136.166.4.200/contents/Laundry/WM3677/WM3677xx_Service_Manual.pdf

Thank you!!!

Andrew

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RegUS_PatOff

I don't have a manual for that model, yet..

but most LG's are similar ...

you do know that combos take a looong time to do one load ....

because you must wait for the entire (wash & dry) cycle to complete before starting another load ...

and because it's a condensing Dryer ...

 

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Thanks - I do know that they take a lot longer to dry, but I'm ok with throwing 1 load of wash in every day and delay it so that it's done right as I get home from work. I hate having to spend all day saturday doing 12 loads of wash. Thanks!!!

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