Splendide WD2100XC White Vented Washer/Dryer Combo

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Splendide WD2100XC White Vented Washer/Dryer Combo

Splendide White Vented Washer/Dryer Combo – Splendide’s extra capacity washer-dryer with super silent, brushless AC motor delivers class leading capacity, performance and quietness in a space saving package.

A perfect RV travel companion. Getting started is as simple as choosing a wash cycle, setting a dry time and pressing start. Extra wide door opening makes loading easy.

Soft touch electronic knobs turn easily. Display up-to-the-minute cycle status. Laundry aids are added automatically and water level is adjusted to maximize efficiency. Bi-directional drum rotation reduces fabric wrinkling and improves wash and dry results.

Super-fast 1200 rpm spin helps heavy cottons dry up to 20 percent faster. Self-cleaning filter removes lint automatically. Features a 15 pound wash capacity, 11 pound dry capacity, 10 wash cycles, 3 dry cycles, and a dry time selector. Extra options like water temp, low heat, low spin and extra rinse tailor the cycle. Energy star efficiency saves 40 percent more water.

Quality-built for RV travel, with heavy-duty springs and shock absorbers and a durable stainless steel drum.

Product Features

  • Energy Star Rated
  • Combo Washer and Dryer
  • Compact for campers, small spaces, or apartments
  • 10 Wash Cycles
  • 3 Timed Dry Cycles

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Douglas says:

tough to find but worth it There aren’t many vented combo washer/dryers out there. I did a lot of research and bought this for my condo to maximize space. It looks like it’s primarily intended for boat/RV use. Overall I am very happy. Although the capacity is low, the ability to put clothes in and then have the unit wash and dry them without any additional intervention is surprisingly convenient. And the dryer does dry – which I’ve heard is not the case with unvented units. Only issue is that there seems to be more wrinkling than with a conventional unit. Not sure why this would be (perhaps I’m doing something wrong) but I have noticed it.

Gilbert says:

Buyer beware We have a 40′ RV and travel alot. Overall our Splendide w/d/ has worked satisfactory for the last 7 years. We’rein Florida now for two months and our Splendide model ( 2100 ) broke the one and only belt it has. No one and I mean no one in the United states carries any parts for these w/d except Westland Sales in Clackamas, Oregon. I spent four days trying to get Westland Sales to return the phone message that they ask me to leave on there machine. Westland has no one LIVE to talk to. After no help, I then started calling RV Dealers in the state of florida. Some took my part number for the belt and said they would get back to me but never did. Some refered me back to Westland and I told them Westland does not return phone calls thinking they would somehow come to my rescue. That didn’t work either. One RV dealer in Wildwood, Florida came the closest to being able to lelp me. Well, maybe I should say they gave me a price on the belt and said they would get back to me on the shipping charges. Needless to say, that didn’t happen. I called back for two days and only got a run around. At that point I didn’t know Westland was the only supplier of parts in the US. What I did figure out was the RV dealers that did try to help me were not getting any response from Splendide (Westland). So after being BENT OUT OF SHAPE for five days and no help, I called Customer Service at the Company that built my Coach. Even though My Coach is seven years old the customer service man was ready and willing to help me. The price of the Belt, $103.00 plus a $ 25.00 three day shipping charge. They were not marking the Belt up because this is the price I was given several days earlier without shipping at the place in Wildwood, Florida. Anyway, I told the customer service man to send it. He stated it had to come from his Vendor and they would ship it directly to me. I received the Belt three days later as he promised . His name was Rob and he works for MONACO Coach in Oregon and I greatly appreciate the help he gave me.The last comment I will make is the $ 103.00 belt is the biggest RIP OFF I have ever had in my 70 years. It probably cost $ 2.00 to make, but what are you going to do. Take it or leave it.


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