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Fisher Paykel Washers & Dryers
Lessen the workload of laundry days with the superb performance of washers and dryers from Fisher & Paykel. Fisher & Paykel washers and dryers can be placed side by side or stacked on top one another, making them a great fit for almost any area in your home.
Fisher & Paykel washers feature SmartDrive™ technology, which senses the wash load and adjusts the wash action for optimal cleaning results without excess water usage. These Energy Star rated washers can have up to 13 wash cycles to remove the toughest stains on delicate fabrics. Choose from top load and front load configurations to suit your ergonomic needs, along with 24" and 27" width sizes.
You won't have to worry about rough and overdried towels with Fisher & Paykel dryers. They come equipped with up to 15 dry cycles including AeroSteam, Air Dry, Freshen, and many more to handle almost any type of item with the highest standard of care. Selecting a dry cycle is made simple with the user-friendly SmartTouch™ controls. Most gas and electric dryers are vented, expelling hot air to the outside for a cool laundry room.
Appliances Connection also offers Fisher & Paykel laundry pairs, each assembled with a matching washer and dryer. Still unsure of which laundry unit is right for you? Feel free to contact one of our representatives who will be more than happy to assist you with expertly advice.
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