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Old 05-09-2016, 05:34 PM   #21
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Smile washer/dryer stuff

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One thing I like about the Whirlpool units is the drums are larger / deeper than the Splendide units.
Also with my units being separate, I can get to the water shutoff, if they were stacked it would not be accessible until the dryer was removed.

Also you can see in the bottom picture the extension trim I installed to allow the Maytag Washer to fit. (These units fit in our previous 5er with room to spare, the Redwood closet is much shallower)

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These W/D units are identical to my units in 36 RE and yes shut off valves would be inaccesable stacked my are side by sides,

easily fixed with longer hoses and relocation of valve box higher up on right wall utility wall i have a access panel cutout there from previous owner, i believe he changed out the valves,


washer supply hoses are routed from under bed pedestal where problematic grey flex washer drain line is,

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