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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumi View Post
    I never knew this, how does the water not pour out?
    I'm quite interested now
    Ours drains the water before it unlocks the door. You can pause but have to wait maybe 30-60 seconds before the door unlocks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lumi View Post

    The only reason I love top loaders is because if you miss putting a few items in you can still lift up the lid and throw it in.
    Can't do that with a front loader.. I use to hate putting the washing on, turning around to see I had dropped a sock or t-shirt on the ground and not being able to just add it to the wash.
    If I notice something that quick I press stop or pause and the door opens again. If you have only just started the water is at the bottom. They don't use that much water anyway.

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    It should fit about the same. I have a top loader at mine but often if I'm close to a visit at dads, ill save my washing and use his front loader. I love front loaders.

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    I know they are supposed to fit the same but I really don't think they do. I had. 7kg top loader now a 7kg front loader and I def fit more in the top loader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jordansmumma View Post
    I know they are supposed to fit the same but I really don't think they do. I had. 7kg top loader now a 7kg front loader and I def fit more in the top loader.
    I agree! I just switched to an 8kg front loader and I'm positive I used to fit way more in my 7kg top loader!!! Super annoying. I miss my top loader

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    Yeah I have an 8 kg front loader and my mum has an 8kg top loader and I'm positive I could fit more in the top loader. I think its because with a top loader everything falls to the bottom and you can squash it down easier than stuffing everything into the front loader.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shhhsleeping View Post
    If I notice something that quick I press stop or pause and the door opens again. If you have only just started the water is at the bottom. They don't use that much water anyway.
    Unless u have one like my old front loader that locks as soon as u hit start and doesn't unlock until the whole thing is finished.

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    Quote Originally Posted by babycake View Post
    The only reason I love top loaders is because if you miss putting a few items in you can still lift up the lid and throw it in.
    Can't do that with a front loader.. I use to hate putting the washing on, turning around to see I had dropped a sock or t-shirt on the ground and not being able to just add it to the wash.
    Ummmmm ...yes you can. Mine allows you to do that. It is an LG.[/QUOTE]

    Ummmm not all of them can. Mine couldn't.

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    Mine locks as soon as I press start, but if I stop it and wait it opens again. Mine is 5 years old so not sure how old you are talking about.

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    I'll never own another front loader, ours was horrible


 

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