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Ultra Large Capacity Top Load Washer with Smart ThinQ Technology
You've got enough on your mind. Imagine a washer that does some really important thinking for you. That's the beauty of LG's exclusive ThinQ Technology... the whiz-kid feature that automatically runs the washer when electricity rates are the lowest, and monitors all aspects of your wash for brilliant results every time. Toss in performance features like WaveForce technology, which combines rapid drum movement with powerful water jets for great cleaning, and prepare to be amazed!
A Smart Move
With their ThinQ Technology, you'll wonder if this washer is almost as smart as you. Stay connected with features like Smart Access and Smart Adapt, which allow you to monitor your laundry remotely and download customizable cycles, while the Smart Grid option automatically runs the washer when electricity rates are lowest. In the unlikely event that you have any problems, SmartDiagnosis helps you troubleshoot problems quickly and efficiently.
If you thought water had done all it could to clean your clothes, you haven't experienced WaveForce Technology. Rapid drum movement and powerful water jets provide a revolutionary washing and rinsing experience.
Ultra Large Capacity
Towers of towels, piles of sweatshirts, and a mountain of jeans? Go for it. The Ultra-Capacity (4.7 cu. ft.) washer lets you do more laundry in fewer loads. That's time saved and sore backs avoided.
This clothes washer uses 182 kWh/yr. and has an estimated yearly operating cost of $20.18.
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.