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Fagor FAS361
24 Inch Washer/Dryer Combo with 13 lbs. Washing Capacity, 9 lbs. Drying Capacity, 16 Programs, Interactive LCD Controls and Stainless Steel Drum


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Please Note: The Washer/Dryer Combo takes up to 6 hours to wash and dry your clothing
Washer and Dryer combos will never dry your clothes at 100%.

Fagor believes in designing appliances that consistently perform when you need them to. They strive to offer appliances that are ultra reliable and energy efficient, giving you the freedom to spend less time worrying about your chores and more time living your life.

They are a leader in home appliances manufacturing, using the most cutting edge technology and modern design innovations with an ever-constant focus on eco-friendly living.

Fagor's Washer-Dryer Combination units feature the benefits of two appliances in one space saving unit. These smart front loading units perfectly accommodate apartments and small spaces with impressive results. 16 wash programs including quick wash and hygenizer cycles, a 180° degree door opening which makes loading and unloading an easy task and delayed start of up to 24 hours allowing you to make better use of your time. Also equipped with programmable Spin Speed Regulation from 400-1200 RPMs. Available at AJ Madison.
Width: 23 1/4"
Depth: 23 1/4"
Height: 33 1/2"
General Features
Maximum Spin Speed: 1200 RPM
Washing Capacity: 13 lbs.
Regular Clothes Drying Capacity: 9 lbs.
Electronic Variable Load: Yes
Advanced Balance System: Yes
Anti-Crease Reversing System: Yes
Drum Material: Stainless Steel
180° Door Opening: Yes
Hatch Opening: 13 1/2"
Self-Cleaning Filter: Yes
Timer: Electronic LCD Screen
Single Water Inlet: Yes
Total No. of Programs: 16
Normal Wash - Cold: Yes
Quick Wash: Yes
Permanent Press Warm: Yes
Normal Wash - Hot: Yes
Normal Wash - Heavy Soil: Yes
Hygenizer - Heavy Soil: Yes
Pre-Wash - Heavy Soil: Yes
Delicates - Cold Wash: Yes
Delicates - Light Soil: Yes
Delicates - Medium Soil: Yes
Wool: Yes
Rinse: Yes
Spin: Yes
Normal Dry: Yes
Delicate Dry: Yes
Drain: Yes
Anti-Overflow Safety: yes
Balance Control: Yes
Suds Control: Yes
Operating Controls
LCD Screen: Yes
Single Knob Operation (Program/Temperature Control): Yes
Wash/Dry Progress Indicator: Yes
Countdown Indicator: Yes
24 Hour Start Delay: Yes
Spin Speed
No Spin Option: Yes
Spin Speed Regulation: 400 rpm - 1200 rpm
Technical Data
Frequency: 60Hz
Voltage: 220-240V
Current: 10A
  • *** Washer and Dryer combos will never dry your clothes at 100%. ***
  • Washer-Dryer Combination Unit
  • 220 Volts
  • Variable Spin speed up to 1200 RPM
  • Turbo-Time Plus
  • Interactive LCD:
  • Constant information about wash cycle
  • Time delay
  • Program duration and time remaining
  • Selected functions
  • Selected revolutions
  • Intensive wash
  • Extra rinse
  • Easy iron
  • 16 programs
  • Anti-crease reversing system
  • Advanced Balance System
  • 180 Degree door opening
Product Reviews
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 12 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Washer/Dryer combo for small space -finish wash and dry in apt in less than 4 hours -easy to use -no exhaust vent needed -relatively quiet -program to wash overnight or while at work -clothing clean and fresh -easy to install -compatible with apt plumbing -uses less water than dishwasher -uses small amount of detergent -easy to clean 12/28/10
Rated 4 out of 5 by Fagor FAS-3612 I replaced a stacked GE Spacemaker laundry center with a Fagor FAS-3612 after the town cited me for improper venting. As I'm moving shortly and either selling or renting, I wasn't interested in doing extensive remodeling to meet code. Luckily, the Fagor became available around the time I began my search. I ordered it from AJ Madison and was satisfied with them. There was an existing 240V circuit for the old unit that figured heavily in my buying decision. Most of the new combination units run on 120V, which seems wimpy given the physics involved in washing and drying clothes. The Fagor requires a 240V NEMA 6-15R receptacle and draws 10 amps. If not for the modest changes to the existing wiring, particularly if I only had 120V, I would have gone with an LG. Installation The machine heats its own water and needs just a cold water hookup, so I capped off the hot. The included hose leaked like a sieve from the connector no matter how hard I tightened it. I reused a Watts anti-flood hose. Installation was otherwise uneventful. A mounting bolt cover on the back of the machine was broken on arrival. It's hidden, so no big deal. My only other note is the machine fits in approximately the same footprint as the GE but is half the height. The old machine hid all kinds of nastiness behind it. Since it's in finished space, I'm trying to get it presentable. The door opening is very low; the top of the machine is counter height and can be removed to mount under a counter. Washing The Fagor washes very well and has a lot of features, too many to list. Because it has no agitator, it holds markedly more than the GE. I didn't appreciate this until I washed bedding. There are no settings for temperature and water level, per se. Instead, you select a program from a dial and then modify it as you need. The program is a template that works like a Chinese restaurant menu: #5 gets you a normal 140ºF wash; push some buttons to get an intensive wash, easy iron, extra rinse, etc. I've settled on one setting for whites and another for colors. It will heat up to 194°F should the need arise. Detergent goes in one of three troughs depending on whether it's pre-wash, wash, or fabric softener. The manual says you need an optional accessory to use liquid detergent but tech support disputed that and I've used liquid since. The manufacturer recommends a mixture of small and large items. I had one incident where the machine could not balance the load, but then washed identical loads several times after with no problem. It goes through its business unobtrusively, except when it spins up like a turbine to dry. It has a clear door and I like watching it work. Total cycle time, including "drying," ranges between 1:10 and 1:30. There is no need to transfer clothes from washer to dryer because it all happens in the same drum, but there is also no way to wash one load while drying another. Drying This is in no way, shape, or form a dryer. The best I can call it is a water extractor, or high-tech wringer that spins clothes at 1200 RPM. The clothes come out damp, albeit markedly dryer than from a conventional washing machine. This is just how this type of machine works. After the town cited me, I was forced to use a clothes rack and hoped to be rid of it. Oh well. In response to my inquiry, the manufacturer advised me not to overload the drum. No question that smaller loads dry better. Anyhow, I've had the machine a couple of months as of this writing and have gotten used to it. You should be able to hang things in your closet straight from the Fagor, with everything else going on a rack. Panasonic's NA-VR1000 is a similar unit but with an efficient heat pump dryer. If it ever comes stateside and isn't exorbitant, the Fagor may be a tough sell. One feature I use often is delayed drying. The machine runs the wash cycle and soaks the clothes until you push a button to start the 10-minute drying cycle. Other comments Maintenance is fussy. You're supposed to leave the door open a while after you're done so the machine can dry out. My main complaint is a lint filter at the bottom of the machine, which requires periodic cleaning. Once you open it you will have water spewing as if from a garden hose. The manual suggests catching it with a plate, but there is no clearance between the filter and the floor. Not sure what they were thinking. These combination units are markedly more efficient and sophisticated than the old-style stacked ones, like comparing a '79 Ford and '10 BMW. I like the controls and display. Electric usage is pegged at 115 KWH per year and water usage is also light. Downside is the old units have a good track record and the new ones will have to establish themselves. I know that front-loaders are typically less reliable. 2/6/11
Rated 5 out of 5 by LOVE IT I bought the Fagor oven a while back and loved it. I needed a washer all in one so when I found out Fagor had one I got it. I love it. It is quiet. It washes really really well. It does dry. To get it to dry you need to only have the unit half full. It will not dry completely if it is packed full. Half full does the trick and it will dry like a champ. I love this thing. You can get it here or in an independent store. Either way you will get a deal. The others are 120v and they don't work. This one works great! 4/5/11
Rated 5 out of 5 by FAGOR FAS361X Love the 1200 spin speed feature. Enjoy being able to choose from so many wash cycles. Love being able to go from wash to dryer in the same machine! Enjoy how quite it is, a very efficient machine in a small package. 6/22/11
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Quick Specs


  • Type : Front Load
  • Fuel Type : Electric
  • Stackable : No


  • Width : 23 1/4 Inch
  • Depth : 23 1/4 Inch
  • Height : 33 1/2 Inch


  • Control Type : Digital
  • Drum Material : Stainless Steel
  • Reversible Door : No
  • Leveling Legs : Yes
  • Wash Cycles : 16
  • Steam Cycle : No
  • Soak Setting : Yes
  • Maximum Spin Speed (RPM) : 1200
  • Bleach Dispenser : No
  • Fabric Softener Dispenser : No
  • Water Heater : No
  • Self Cleaning Lint Filter : Yes
  • Sensor Dry : No
  • Dry Rack : No
  • Extra Large Lint Filter : No
  • Venting Type : Ventless
  • Usage : Residential

Technical Details

  • Energy Star Rated : No
  • ADA Compliant : No
  • Amps : 10
  • Voltage : 240/208 Volts
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