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Old 07-30-2012, 05:37 PM   #1
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washer & dryer for 3550RL

I am really new at this so I need help. I purchased the Cardinal 3550RL in January 2012 and it has washer dryer hookup in a closet to the right of the bedroom closet. My question is: does anyone know if the stackable washer and dryer will fit in this space? I have measured and it appears it will fit. The problem is where the roof slopes makes it hard to get a good measurement. Thanks!!
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Old 07-30-2012, 05:42 PM   #2
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I am really new at this so I need help. I purchased the Cardinal 3550RL in January 2012 and it has washer dryer hookup in a closet to the right of the bedroom closet. My question is: does anyone know if the stackable washer and dryer will fit in this space? I have measured and it appears it will fit. The problem is where the roof slopes makes it hard to get a good measurement. Thanks!!
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Old 07-30-2012, 09:59 PM   #3
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Beware of Splendide combination units. I know a lot of people on here are satisfied with them, but we got an equivalent house unit (labelled as a "Eurotech", but nearly identical to the RV Splendide).

We found that the vibratiion in the spin cycle, due to the out-of-balance load caused by the wet clothes being clumped together in the bottom of the tub, was enough to knock pictures off the wall in the adjacent bedroom and shake the wallboard nails out of the studs.

We also found that the wimpy dryer element (it's only 115V rather than 220) took 6 hours to dry a load of four bath towels. We got a trade-in on that POS and went back to a traditional Whirlpool top-loader washer and front-loading dryer.

When we're out in the MH, we use CG laundries or town laundromats. Occasionally, the choice of a CG for an overnight is decided by whether or not it has laundry facilities!
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