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LG WM3987HW Washer Dryer Combo Review?

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I've had one of the LG ventless Washer Dryers for 3 years. I've had to take it apart to clean out the air duct once a year and also had to replace a bad drain pump. But it works very well for the situation. I'm considering buying a new larger version which is the WM3987HW.

Does anyone have experience with this machine? I've seen favorable reviews but wanted to ask this forum before dropping $1400.

thanks

this is the machine

http://www.compactappliance.com/LG-WM3987HW-Full-Size-Washer-Dryer-Combo/WM3987HW,default,pd.html?cgid=Appliances-Laundry-Combo_Washer_Dryers

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no room for conventional Washer / Dryer w/ Vent

or stacked units ?

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I'd rather go to a laundrymat than use one of these. They take too long to dry clothes.

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The ventless dryers are for people who live in the middle of a block house. They are slow need to be cleaned more

have more parts to break, and less service people who can work on them. If you have access to an outside wall, vent.

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Please move this to the laundry forum. Thanks

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perhaps she has it in the kitchen ? :whistling:

thanks,

moved to laundry forum,

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