- In your list of ENERGY STAR qualified Clothes Washers there are some differences in Annual Water Usage for washers that have the same volume and Water Factor. Why?
- I am planning to buy a large capacity, energy efficient washer this year and want to make the best choice. Do you have any advice?
- I am trying to find an ENERGY STAR qualified top loading stacked laundry center. Do they exist?
- My new ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washer runs much longer than my old clothes washer. How is that saving energy?
- What clothes washer cycle is tested when determining ENERGY STAR qualification? Do the extra features offered on some clothes washers affect the efficiency of the product?
- What does a "+" or "*" mean on an ENERGY STAR product list?
- What are "Modified Energy Factor" and "Water Factor" on the ENERGY STAR qualified clothes washers list?
- Why does the ENERGY STAR web site list a different capacity/volume for clothes washers than I found in the product literature?
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