Furthermore, how do I find the capacity of my Kenmore washer? To calculate the capacity (volume) of the tub, you multiply the area by the height. For example if your washer has a tub radius of 10 inches and the height is 14 inches, you would use the mathematical equation below. Area is pi x r-squared = 3.1416 x 10-squared = 3.1416 x 100 = 314.16.

Simply so, how many cubic feet is a Kenmore 90 series dryer?

9.0 cubic feet

What year is Kenmore washer model 110?

According to the serial number this product may have been manufactured in Clyde, OH, April of 1976 or 1986 or 2016.

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7.3 cubic feet

### How do I know the size of my dryer?

How to Measure a Dryer Measure the depth of the dryer from the back to the door opening. Measure the diameter of the dryer. Divide the diameter by two to find the radius. For example, if the diameter is three feet, the radius is 1.5 feet. Calculate the size of the dryer by squaring the radius and multiplying by the depth.

### How many cubic feet is a Kenmore 80 series dryer?

The Kenmore 80 Series starting with the 110 model number (indicating a manufacture by Whirlpool) usually has a 3.2cu. ft.

3.0 cubic feet

### How many cubic feet is my Kenmore 80 series washer?

A Sears Kenmore washer model 110.23832100 has a capacity of 3.2 cubic feet. The washer is 43 1/8 inches high, 27 inches wide and 26 inches deep. As of 2014, Viewpoints rates the Kenmore 80 series model 110.23832100 washer just above average with 80 overall points.

### What size is a Kenmore 90 Series washer?

The capacity for your washer would be 2.5 cubic feet for an "Extra Large" tub or 3.2 cubic feet for a "Super Capacity Plus" size.

### How do I know my laundry load size?

First, weigh yourself on a scale without holding the laundry basket. Then, weigh yourself while holding the basket. Subtract the first weight (just you) from the second weight (you with the basket); the result is the weight of the laundry load (minus the weight of the basket, which you can estimate).

### How big is a 4.2 cubic foot washer?

A regular-capacity washer between 3.1 and 4.0 cubic feet will let you load in 12 to 16 pounds of laundry, while a larger-capacity model between 4.2 and 4.5 cubic feet can hold up to 20 pounds or more.

### How do I know my washer capacity?

How to Calculate the Cubic Feet of a Washer Measure the depth inside the washer with a measuring tape. Measure the diameter of the tub. Divide the diameter by two, and square it. Multiply the number calculated in Step 3 by the depth of the tub. Multiply the number calculated in Step 4 by pi to determine the capacity.

### What is the depth of a washing machine?

The average width of a washer and dryer is 27 inches. If you"re planning on putting the two side by side, this requires a 54-inch space at the very minimum. The height of a washer or dryer typically ranges from 38 to 43 inches, while the depth varies between 28 and 34 inches.

### How do u figure out cubic feet?

Cubic feet formula for different units length(feet) × width(feet) × height(feet) = cubic feet(cf³) length(inches) × width(inches) × height(inches) ÷ 1728 = cubic feet(cf³) length(yards) × width(yards) × height(yards) × 27 = cubic feet(cf³) length(cm) × width(cm) × height(cm) ÷ 28316.846592 = cubic feet(cf³)

### How much clothes can a 4.5 cu ft washer hold?

Generally speaking, 4 cubic feet is enough to wash 12-16 pounds of laundry. A larger capacity unit at 4.5 cubic feet can hold up to 20 pounds of laundry. A general rule of thumb is a queen size comforter can fit into 3.5 cubic feet and a king size comforter fit into a 3.8 cubic feet machine.

### How many watts does a Kenmore washer use?

A washing machine will use 400 to 1300 watts, with modern Energy Star rated models using about 500 watts. Click calculate to find the energy consumption of a clothes washer using 500 Watts for 0.25 hours a day
\$0.10 per kWh. This is the same as washing twice a week for 52.5 minutes each time.

### How do you measure space for a washer and dryer?

Measure the depth of the space where your new washer and dryer will be installed. Remember that most washers and dryers will need to be placed at least 4 inches from a rear wall to leave space for the hoses and venting. Measure the entire width of the available space, including trim. Measure the height of the space.