S Jones: Ever get around to reviewing the Haier? Thanks.
Lara Croft: You might need to upgrade to the newes version which was released Jan 2013.
Obe Okonko: I bought the "Panda" XPB36 which came out in Jan. 2013. I have not hade
any problems with leaks or anything. Saves on time, money and trips to the
terryparker1952: Still using mine, no problems. I figure it has more than payed for itself
by now. If it breaks, I`ll just buy another. Have`nt been in the Laundromat
in nearly a year! That alone makes it worth more than I payed for it.
Alynne Bauman: I have the newer white and grey model and it works good too, with some
tweaking. We cut the outlet hose to a foot so we can just set it in our tub
to drain. It's not glamorous but I agree it sure beats the laundromat.
Dan Villarreal: I can't find this anywhere. Where did you get it?
Nicole Brown: i love my washer tho it does smell like its burning rubber when it is
spinnin hope that stops soon but i also have problem does anyone know how
to remove and clean the lint compartment? i cant figure out how to get the
LANDRStudios: I'm glad I could help; that's why I put up the review.
terryparker1952: Is yours still doing well? Mine should be here today.
FrJcsc: Quick Review: Just received and did 6 medium loads No leaks. Use amount of
water to suit load. Too much water and u get a cyclone. Too little and the
clothes bog down as in the above vid. Excellent washer and spinner. Both do
better job than expected. Only problem is the washer motor overheated
during 5th load after nearly an hour of constant use. It then cooled and
was good as, well, new! Other hassle: the bend in the discharge pipe is too
narrow and keeps falling off the kitchen sink.
LANDRStudios: There was plenty of water each time I ran the machine. In the case of the
motor overheating, the machine was full of water with only half a load of
clothes. This still doesn't solve the leaking problem or the faulty drain
pump. I've since returned the second unit to the seller and with the refund
I bought a Haier washer that is definitely worth the extra $140 spent. It's
quieter, more efficient and of much better build quality. I can do an
official review if you want.
LANDRStudios: It was shipped back to the eBay seller and they paid for return shipping.
What amazes me is that they paid to have it returned twice, which I'm sure
wasn't cheap. But they stood behind their service and still got a glowing
review from me.
casey suriel: when it works do you believe its worth it, did it really get your cloths
FrJcsc: ouch! I just bought this on ebay before I saw your review. Looks like Im in
for a big mess myself.
ephradina: It looks and sounds like your spinning and washing at the same time. If so,
that's probley the problem. When your done washing AND during spinning, the
setting needs to be on drain for the water to exit the machine properly.
LANDRStudios: It seemed to do a good enough job of getting the clothes clean. I was
actually really disappointed that it didn't work out for me. But now that
I've got the Haier, I won't look back.
terryparker1952: If it lasts the warranty period, it will more than pay for itself. However,
if I had it to do over, I would go for a Haier.
Yoo Toob: I'm in a third floor rental and this kind of leaking would never work.
THANK YOU for this video.
dylankate1: ok thank you
terryparker1952: Cor-Panda drier
terryparker1952: I think this is a fluke, or at least I hope it is. Mine will be delivered
today, so I`ll let you all know. This is the only negative thing I can find
any where, all other reports seem very favorable. I guess I`m going to find
dylankate1: do tell if you have the same problems as this man aka bad leaking
Nana Lala: Did you find out what was causing the leak?
LANDRStudios: You should look at the video again. I only run one cycle at a time,
otherwise the machine would probably shake itself to pieces.
terryparker1952: Mine works GREAT. No leaks or any other problems. Saved a bunch of money
and time NOT sitting in a damn Laundromat. You have to mind it, it isn`t
automatic. Big deal. People having problems must not be doing it right.
iamXAW: I got this product about 2 months ago and it works prefectly for me, no
leaks for me. Already got my money worth. Guess you are just not lucky with
Panda. It gets the job done. I'm a happy camper.
LANDRStudios: I've been using mine for several months now and haven't had a single
problem. So far, so good.
Lynn Baker: Haier, from what I read from the reviews has the same problem, water leaks
from everywhere onto the floor.
terryparker1952: Well, I got it, and it works very well. Washed ALL my clothes and bedding,
saving $25. Not the mention the hassle of getting to the laundromat, (no
car) waiting there for hours. Washes a full sized blanket, no problem.
Spins things till just damp, dries in 15 min. with my old broken down
drier. If it holds up another month, I will buy the Pamda drier as well!
2PixieFairy: Terryparker1952 and FrJcsc - how are the machines holding up for you? Are
they doing well? Any problems?
LANDRStudios: Yes, there seems to have been a problem with the drain mechanism and a
faulty seal. Everytime I would set it to the drain cycle it would lift the
plug on the purple capped cylinder and spray water everywhere. I received a
replacment machine from the seller which only leaked a few drops, but the
motor overheated while only running a half load and the drain pump was
defective. Returned that one too and got a refund instead.
dylankate1: Where was the faulty seal? was it a good washer beside the leak? also if
you still have it try using sugru it seals leaks and for these types of
washing machines you need alot more water than you were using believe me i
found that out the hard way