not that this isnt bs, but the mindset shoild be around repairing, not replacing things

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Absolutely agreed on repair being best. But even then, now you’ve got two appliances out of commission instead of one if something breaks, since they seem to share hardware, like the control interface and I imagine the power supply.

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It look like two units. There is a clear separation line between the two.

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I saw this model at the department store and I assure you there is no separation. That seam is just the body panel, they don’t come apart. And from the marketing material I saw, LG couldn’t be more proud of their “innovation”.

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Yhea I found some other pic and it’s hard to tell. I’m pretty sure the two machines can separate because it’s easier in term of production and logistic.

Anyway. It’s a luxurious product. It doesn’t matter.

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Nope, it’s definitely one piece.

https://www.reviewed.com/laundry/content/lg-washtower-wkex200hba-review/

It is a fully integrated laundry center (meaning it’s all one piece rather than two stacked pieces)

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Yeah, ree

Not everyone has the luxury of living in a 3,000 sq ft house with room for two full sized washer/dryer combos. These stackable units are great for apartments, you know, the type of home everyone should be living in.

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Why do they have to be one unit then? You can stack two separate appliances, like we’ve been doing for decades.

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