Compact washing machines range from 1.3 cubic feet to 2.7 cubic feet and can typically wash 11 pounds to 26 pounds of laundry.

Front-loading washers are generally more energy and water-efficient, tend to be gentler on clothes and can be stacked. Top-loading washers can be less gentle on clothing and handle bulky items well, but they cannot be stacked.

Important features include: energy efficiency, multiple wash cycles, high spin speed, delay start option, load sensing, steam cleaning, and smart connectivity for remote control and monitoring.

Danby washers are not designed for outside installation. This includes any location that is not temperature controlled. Placing your washing machine in an unsuitable location will void the warranty.

Yes. Ensure you have the necessary tools and connections, including water supply, drainage, and power, and follow the instructions in your owner’s manual.

Typically, 1 inch of clearance is required on the sides and back for ventilation and to reduce vibration. Additionally, we recommend leaving at least 4 to 6 inches at the back for water and power connections.

Excessive vibration can be caused by an unbalanced load, improperly leveled machine, or worn-out shock absorbers. Redistribute the load, ensure the machine is level, and check for any damaged parts that may need replacement.

Check the hoses and connections for any leaks or cracks. Ensure the door seal is clean and intact. Inspect the detergent drawer and ensure it is not overfilled. If the problem persists, you may require professional servicing.

We recommend cleaning the detergent drawer and filter once a month to prevent buildup and ensure optimal performance. Remove any residue and rinse thoroughly before reinserting.

Run an empty cycle with hot water and a washer cleaner tablet or a cup of white vinegar to clean the drum. We recommend doing this monthly to prevent buildup of detergent and mildew.

Yes. Leaving the door open, when not in use, will air out the drum and help to prevent mold and mildew buildup.

Hoses should be inspected regularly for signs of wear or leaks and be replaced every 3-to 5 years to prevent bursts or water damage. We recommend using high-quality, stainless steel braided hoses for better durability.

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