Kenmore 2.9 cu. ft. Coin-Operated Washer - White ENERGY STAR®Item# 02627122000 | Model# 27122
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Kenmore 2.9 cu. ft. Coin-Operated Washer - Dependable Unit
The Kenmore coin-operated washer 2712 is a great choice for hotels, small laundromats or anywhere else where durability is paramount. Featuring a 2.9 cu. ft. wash basket made from porcelain for durability and stain-resistance, this washer is the perfect size for average clothing loads. A factory-installed coin box on this coin-operated washer allows you to collect funds from customers and set your own price-per-load. A 700-RPM maximum spin speed also helps remove excess water from garments, cutting drying time drastically.
- Whether you’re washing wool, cotton or high-tech fabrics, a choice of four water temperatures makes it easy to customize your wash.
- Multiple wash cycles allows you to customize your wash loads.
- A small footprint makes this washer an easy fit for apartments, basements and starter homes, while powerful performance delivers the same clean you’d expect from larger machines.
- Safe and secure built-in coin collection provides an easy way to help pay for electricity, water and occasional maintenance.
Added on June 23, 2013
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San Diego, CA
Do not buy this machines unless you want a lot of trouble. The first one they delivered leaked immediately. Within 5 weeks the circuit board was fried on the 2nd one. Apparently, there is a tube that runs up by the circuit board and sprays water on it with each use. The soap in the water damages the board and fries it over & over & over again. So be prepared to bear the expense of $180 for each new board plus labor. I use to love Kenmore, but this one is designed horribly. Plus, they've taken a simple wash machine & complicated it with unnecessary computerization which only makes problem. Sorry, Kenmore, this one is a real dude & now I'm stuck with it. Poorly designed.