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Kenmore 500 Series Washer Manual

Kenmore is an American brand of household appliances, which is sold in Sears. It is a brand owned by an ESL investments affiliate, called Transform Holdco. As of 2017, their products are manufactured by brands such as Daewoo Electronics, Cleva North America, LG, Whirlpool, Electrolux and Panasonic. The majority of the brand’s portfolio is being sold at Amazon, Kmart and Sears. In the year 2019, grills and vacuums cleaners produced by the brand were introduced at Target, Home Depot and Lowe’s. The very first washing machine produced by Kenmore was in 1927.

Kenmore, Kenmore Elite and Kenmore Pro are the different levels of offerings to fit different homes. The Kenmore 500 series is one of the available products in their portfolio of washing machines. Some of its main features and specifications are discussed here.

The machine is a based simplistic and minimal value. It has five basic control options. It has a stainless steel tub that is durable. The machine has 12 cycles of washing. It measures 4.3 cubic feet with 300 kWh/year energy consumption. It comes with 1 year limited warranty

A typical and normal load of laundry of 8 pounds should fit inside it. To put it into perspective, you can wash 19 towels in one load. It can remove most stains in comparison to others in the same range. It could be a little tough on more delicate clothing but you can opt for the delicate setting for such clothes. It thus, provides, different kinds of wash settings to fit the type of clothing you need to wash. The Clean Washer cycle will help you keep the interior of the machine clean. Thus, it can be ready for the next laundry load.

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