Maytag 3.8 Cu. Ft. HE Top-Load Washer with Fountain Impeller
This 3.8 cu. ft. Centennial HE top-load washer features a Fountain impeller and is Better Built to clean even your toughest loads. The Fountain impeller helps clean by repeatedly scooping water and detergent from the bottom of the washer and moving it upwards through your clothes. Plus, it features Maytag Commercial Technology like corrosion-resistant springs, synthetic oil and a commercial-grade motor. You can depend on the PowerWash cycle to remove even your toughest stains with a combination of extra cleaning action and thorough rinsing. And with 3.8 cu. ft. capacity, you'll be able to clean as many as 18 towels in a single load. From Ohio to you, this Centennial washer is designed, engineered and assembled in the U.S.A., so you can buy it with genuine American Pride.
What's Inside Matters
For over 100 years, you've heard a lot about their drum rollers and drawer gaskets, their belts and hinges - the commercial grade parts they put inside their appliances. Those parts matter. They make their machines among the most dependable washers, ranges and refrigerators around. Available at AJ Madison.
But they realize you don't serve gaskets at your dinner parties. And that you've probably never fluffed and folded a roller. They know that dependability means something a little more to you than just parts and pieces.
It means having cold champagne to pop when the clock strikes midnight. Having virtually spotless glasses when your friends drop in. And cutting into a perfectly baked cake on your daughter's 10th birthday. It means having all the stuff you depend on clean, cold and cooked - on time, every time.
The way they put their machines together is never going to change. But they understand that the reason you depend on them is not only because of what they put inside them, but also because of what you put inside them.
This clothes washer uses 135 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $14.97.
Your operating costs will depend on your utility rates and use. The estimated operating cost is based on 8 wash loads a week and a 2011 national average electricity cost of $0.1109 cents per kWh.
For more information, visit www.ftc.gov/appliances.