Kenmore Elite 7.3 cu. ft. Gas Dryer w/ Steam - WhiteItem# 02671622000 | Model# 71622
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|Depth with Door Closed (in.):||28.41|
|Depth with Door Open (in.):||55.5|
|Dryer Interior Size:||7.0 cu. ft. and greater|
|Height to Top of Cabinet:||37.5|
|Height to Top of Control Panel:||45.44|
|Shipping Depth (in.):||31.31|
|Shipping Height (in.):||48.06|
|Shipping Width (in.):||29.5|
|Cord Length (ft.):||6|
|Exterior Features:||Glass door and steam cartridge door|
|Dryer Power Source:||Gas|
|Minimum Circuit Rating:||15 amps|
|Setup and Venting:|
|Venting (facing dryer):||Bottom, Left, Back (Standard)|
|Vent Kit:||Internal kit 02649670000|
|Check Lint Screen Light:||Yes|
|Control Type:||Electronic LED|
|Dryer Door Access:||Reversible|
|Includes Dry Rack:||Yes|
|LP Conversion:||LP Conversion Kit Available|
|LP Conversion Kit Number:||02617025000|
|Number of Dryness Levels:||5|
|Power Cord Included:||Yes|
|Remote Diagnostics:||Uses Phone Receiver|
|Stackable with Matching Unit:||No|
|Temperatures Control:||Low, dot (medium/low), Medium, dot (medium/high), High|
|Warranties & Coverage:|
|General Warranty:||1 year limited|
|Dry Cycles:||Permanent Press Dry Cycle, Cool Down Cycle, Air Dry Cycle, Speed / Quick Dry Cycle, Normal Dry Cycle, Steam Cycle, Delicate Dry Cycle, Anti-Bacterial/Sanitize Cycle, Damp Dry Cycle, Heavy Duty Dry Cycle|
|Cycle Status Lights:||Yes|
|Delay Start Option:||Yes|
|Timed Dry Option:||Yes|
|Matching Stack Kit:||N/A|
|Matching Washer Model:||31622|
Ratings & Reviews
Kenmore — trusted in the homes of more than 100 million Americans. The Kenmore Elite 71622 7.3 cu. ft. steam gas dryeruses steam to remove odors from garments and reduce wrinkling, so you iron less. The extra-large dryer capacity dries more garments in each load, so you do fewer loads and handles bulky items, like comforters and rugs. The sanitize feature kills many kinds of germs and lets you sanitize pillows and stuffed toys without washing them. The white Kenmore Elite 7162 dryer features the Kenmore Connect™ System, which sends data from the appliance directly to the Kenmore tech team over the phone. The team can handle some questions on the spot, without a service call.
- 7.3 cu. ft. capacity lets you dry large, bulky items like small rugs and comforters
- Steam Refresh™ reduces odors and relaxes wrinkles for less ironing
- Sensor dry technology automatically detects the moisture content in clothes, then determines the right drying temperature and time to prevent over-drying
- The NSF®-Certified Sanitize cycle eliminates 99.9% of certain bacteria, so you can sanitize items like pillows and teddy bears without washing them, as well as garments and bedding
Added on September 28, 2013
Overall, others give this:
This is honestly the fist time I'm doing much laundry. It's simple and easy to use for a person like me. It gets the job done and well, my wife is happy it doesn't ruin her clothing. We bought this specifically for the steam setting. I actually use the steam wrinkle remover setting on dry shirts only. When I have a shirt hanging in my closet that I will put on for work or to go out, I'll throw it in w/ that setting to remove the wrinkles (not after a wash). It works well, and actually helps a lot if you are busy and always on the run. It's not like a dry cleaner pressed shirt, but gets you out of a jam quickly if you are busy.
As far as general drying goes this works fairly well. I'm not thrilled with how the Sensor Dry settings/controls don't let you change the heat level directly, but I've been able to work around that fairly well so far. On the other hand, I think the "Steam Refresh" function works absolutely dreadfully. As far as the temperature settings go, when you select a particular Sensor dry cycle, you can't change the heat level. If you select the 'Normal' Cycle' for example, you get a Heat setting of 'Medium", a default Dryness level of 'Normal', and a time setting of 41 minutes. So far, so good. If you want to change the dryness level, this is selectable. But if you decide you want 'Low' heat instead you can't do that without picking a different Sensor dry cycle (that has a Low setting by default). I can generally work around this by rotating the dial until I find a Sensor-Dry setting with 'Low' (like 'Casual'). But it seems like it would be simpler if you had at least one Sensor-Dry cycle which allowed you to choose Heat, dryness, and maybe time. (You can only do that with 'Timed Dry' on this model as far as I can tell. That is purely based on time and not a Sensor dry cycle). The thing I'm really unhappy with on this dryer is the 'Steam Refresh' cycle. When it comes to the part of the cycle where the Steam is supposed to start, it shoots a notable amount of liquid water (not steam) onto your clothing. At the end of the dry cycle, you have a shirt with a lot of splotchy wet areas you can see and feel along with normally dry areas. If it didn't shoot out liquid water at the start I'm guessing that this feature would probably have worked well. After working with Sears service, this appears to be just how it works. To me this seems totally unusable. If I had to rate this without the Steam feature, I probably would have given this 3-4 stars.
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