Frigidaire Electric Washer/Dryer Laundry Center

27" W x 31-1/2" D x 76" H
FFLE2022MW

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FAQs

  • Where is my Laundry Center's model number?

    The model number of your Laundry Center can be found on the inside of the dryer door.

  • What does High Efficiency mean?

    Frigidaire High Efficiency Laundry Centers meet Department of Energy’s Energy Star guidelines and criteria to be labeled as High Efficiency. They use less water and energy by incorporating elements such as low-profile agitators and sensory technology. Learn more about Energy Star guidelines here.

  • Why won’t my Laundry Center turn on?

    • The electrical supply cord may not be properly installed. Ensure that power is coming from the outlet and the electrical supply cord fits tightly in the wall. Your Laundry Center should be on its own circuit breaker and not shared with any other outlets or appliances.  Note: Do not use an extension cord. Depending on the quality of the extension cord and the length, the power may be greatly reduced and not allow the washer to perform properly.
    • The door or lid of the washer is open. For your safety, the door or lid of your washer must be completely closed for the washer to start. 

  • Where is the agitator in my High Efficiency Laundry Center Washer?

    Frigidaire High Efficiency Laundry Centers have low-profile agitators that clean laundry in a different way than traditional washing machines. These high performance Laundry Centers with low-profile agitators are designed to use less water and energy while being gentle on your clothes. The low profile agitators also free up space for larger loads, making it easier to add and remove laundry.

  • Why does the water level seem low in my Laundry Center Washer?

    • Frigidaire High Efficiency Laundry Centers are designed to achieve excellent wash performance while using less water and energy. It is normal for the water level to appear lower than traditional washing machines.
    • For optimal water level, laundry must be added to the washer before starting the cycle. Frigidaire High Efficiency Laundry Centers rely on sensory technology to tune water levels and agitation cycles to your specific load size. 

  • After I press the start button, when will water fill the tub?

    With Frigidaire High Efficiency Laundry Centers, the first 2 minutes of the cycle are spent sensing the size of a load.  The water level, agitation intensity and vibration tuning are set based on the load size that is detected. Water will enter the tub once the sensory cycle is complete.

  • How can I fill my Laundry Center Washer with water before adding my laundry and detergent

    Always place your detergent and laundry in the tub first, before starting the cycles. Frigidaire High Efficiency Laundry Centers are designed to use less water and energy. To maximize efficiency, the first 2 minutes of the cycle are spent sensing the load. When the sensing cycle is complete, the optimal amount of water will be dispensed to achive efficient cleaning performance. 

  • How can I ensure detergent and PODS do not leave residue on my clothes?

    Be sure to add your detergent or POD to the bottom of the tub before adding your laundry. This will ensure that the chemicals are properly dissolved and mixed in the wash water. 

  • How do I add Liquid Fabric Softener to my Laundry Center Washer?

    • Most Frigidaire Laundry Center washers are equiped with liquid fabric softener dispensers. If  your unit has a dispenser, simply pour fabric softener into the dispenser and make sure the Fabric Softener button or dial is in the “ON” position.
    • If your washer does not have a fabric softener dispenser, you can use third-party products like PODS or fabric softener balls that are designed to automatically dispense fabric softener at the appropriate time.
    • Never pour fabric softener directly into the tub.  If liquid fabric softener touches clothes directly, it could leave a stain that can be very difficult to remove.
    • For best results, add fabric softener  before starting the washer.

  • What might cause my Laundry Center to vibrate?

    • Your Laundry Center may not be properly leveled or there may be shipping materials around the motor.  See the installation instructions for further information on how to level your Laundry Center and remove shipping materials.
    • Your unit may vibrate more than it should if your load is not properly detected during the sensing cycle. Placing your laundry in the washer tub before starting the cycle will ensure detection and reduce vibration.
    •  Your load may be out of balance. Shut off the washer, wait for the safety lock to release, and redistribute the clothes evenly in the tub. If the load remains out of balance, try adding one or two similar items and restart the washer.

  • How do I make sure the water temperature in my Laundry Center washer is correct?

    Note: High Efficiency Laundry Centers have controls that supply cooler water as a means to save energy. Water temperatures may seem cooler than traditional laundry centers. 

    • Check that the hookups from the wall are attached to the correct inlet valve on your machine. There is an H for Hot and C for Cold embossed on the back of the unit for each hookups.

    • Check that you have selected the appropriate temperature setting for your load. 

    • Measure hot water temperature at the washer or at a nearby faucet with a thermometer. It should read at least 120°F. If it does not, adjust your water heater.

  • What do I do if water is leaking from the back of my Laundry Center?

    • Ensure that your inlet hoses are properly tightened and that they have rubber grommets installed to seal againts the valve.
    • Ensure that you have both a cold and a hot inlet hose connected to the back of your Laundry Center. Using only a cold (or only a hot) supply hose will result in water backflow through the valve and onto the floor.
    • If your machine appears to be properly installed, you may contact us for additional assistance by calling 1 (800) 374-4432 or visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.

  • How do I pause or cancel a cycle?

    • To pause the washer during a cycle, press the cycle selector.  The unit will then stop what it is doing and unlock the lid when it is safe to reach inside the machine. To resume the cycle from where it left off, simply press the cycle selector again.
    • To cancel a cycle, press and hold the cycle selector for 10 seconds.
    • To restart a cycle from the beginning, cancel the current cycle, then press the cycle selector again to restart.

  • How long is the wash cycle on my Laundry Center?

    The length of the wash cycle can vary depending on a number of factors including which cycle is selected. Typically, the Normal Cycle will take 60-80 minutes.

  • How can I reduce the Wash cycle time?

    • Sorting your laundry into smaller loads will help decrease the cycle time. For small loads of 10 items or less, try using the Quick Wash cycle which only takes about 23-28 minutes, depending on load size.
    • Ensure that your load is balanced by adding your detergent and laundry in the tub first, before starting the cycles. In the event that your washer encounters an unbalanced load,  it will perform an extra rinse cycle to re-balance. This can add about 10-30 minutes to the cycle. See the FAQ on how to avoid out-of-balance problems.
    • Make sure the washer is getting the recommended water pressure. If your water pressure is low it can take longer for the tub to fill with water, which adds time to the wash cycle.  

  • What should I do if the washer on my Laundry Center Washer is not spinning?

    Ensure that your load is balanced.  See the FAQ on how to avoid Out-of-Balance conditions.

  • What should I do if the washer on my Laundry Center beeps twice and won't start?

    Double-check that the Laundry Center Washer lid is completely down. The washer will beep once and lock to begin the sensory cycle after the Start button is pressed.  

  • Why did my Laundry Center stop during a cycle and give three long beeps?

    • This indicates that your Laundry Center has encountered an error during the cycle.  Double-check that your machine has been installed properly by running through the checklist in the Installation Guide. 
    • If your machine appears to be properly installed, you may contact us for additional assistance by calling 1 (800) 374-4432 or visit our Contact Us page to send us a message.

  • How do I avoid Out-Of- Balance problems during the spin cycle?

    • If washing a single large item, like a pillow or a single pair of jeans, it can be difficult for the washer to balance during the spin cycle.  Adding 1 or 2 laundry items to the load will help to balance the weight during spin cycles.
    • In general, the more pieces of clothing in the load, the more likely it will be for the clothes to be evenly distributed, leading to a smooth, quiet spin.
    • If your unit has stopped due to an Out-of-Balance load, you can open the lid, rearrange the load to more evenly distribute the weight, then hit press the cycle selector to pick up where it left off.
    • In the event that your washer has trouble balancing a load it will perform an extra rinse cycle to re-balance. This can add about 10-30 minutes to the cycle.

  • Do I have to use High Efficiency (HE) rated detergents in my Laundry Center?

    We strongly recommend that you use HE-rated detergent. Frigidaire Laundry Centers are High Efficiency machines that use significantly less water than traditional washing machines. HE- rated detergents are designed for lower water levels. 

  • How do I make sure the drying temperature in my Laundry Center Dryer is correct?

    • Check that you have selected the appropriate temperature setting for your load.
    • Check that you dryer has proper ventilation. Please refer to the installation instructions for further information.

  • How can I reduce the dry cycle time on my Laundry Center Dryer?

    • Clean the lint screen after every use. You should also check the exhaust duct to ensure it is free from clogs.  
    • Make sure you have a proper load size in the dryer. If your load is too big or too small, it will take longer for your clothes to dry.
    • Drying times may be increased in areas with high humidity. You can use a dehumidifier near the dryer if needed. 

Specifications

General Specifications

  • Sound Package: Yes
  • Shipping Weight (lbs): 275
  • Product Weight (lbs): 250
  • Power Type: Electric
  • Size: N/A
  • Installation Type: Free-Standing
  • Collection: Frigidaire

Washer: Cycles

  • Cycles: 9
  • Delicates: Yes
  • Normal: Yes
  • Heavy: Yes
  • Prewash Cycle: No
  • Quick Cycle: Yes
  • Short Cycle: Yes
  • Presoak: Yes
  • Whitest Whites: No
  • Rinse & Spin: Yes
  • Casual: Yes
  • Bedding: Yes
  • Comforter: Yes
  • Cycle Signal: Yes

Options

  • Cycle Signal: Chime On/Off

Energy Data

  • Water Factor: 5.6

Accessories

  • Mobile Home Installation Kit: Optional order item no. 137067200
  • Drain Hose Extension Kit: Optional order item no. 134592700
  • Drying Rack: Optional order item no. DRLC

Washer: Temperature Settings

  • Automatic Temperature Control: Yes
  • Cold: Yes
  • Cold Water Clean: Yes
  • Cool: Yes
  • Hot: Yes
  • Warm: Yes
  • Warm/Cold: No
  • Warm/Warm: No
  • Hot/Cold: No

Temperature Settings

  • Air Fluff (No Heat): Yes
  • High: Yes
  • Low: Yes
  • Medium: Yes
  • No Heat: No

Certifications & Approvals

  • Agency Approval: ETL
  • ENERGY STAR® Certified: No

Dryer Specifications

  • Dryer Capacity (Cu. Ft.): 5.5
  • Drum Material: Painted Steel
  • Balanced Dry System: Yes
  • Cool Down Setting: No
  • Interior Light: No
  • Precision Moisture Sensor: Yes

Dryer: Dryness Level

  • Damp Dry: No
  • Less Dry: No
  • More Dry: No

Washer: Specifications

  • Drum Capacity: 3.1 Cu. Ft.
  • Drum Material: Polypropylene
  • Self-Cleaning Lint Filter: No
  • King-Size Capacity: No
  • Detergent Dispenser: No
  • Bleach Dispenser: Yes
  • Fabric Softener Dispenser: Yes
  • Press Saver Option: No
  • Maximum Spin Speeds: 600
  • Power Spin: No
  • Spin Suspension: Sure-Spin™ Suspension System
  • Wash Speeds (RPM): Variable
  • Wash System: Immersion Care™ Action
  • Water Level Adjustment: Yes
  • Extra Rinse: No
  • Wash Temperature Control: 3-Rotary

Dryer: Cycles

  • Timed Dry: Yes - 60 90
  • Delicate: Yes
  • Normal: Yes
  • Towels/Bedding: No
  • Towels: Yes
  • Casual: Yes
  • Refresh: Yes

Exterior Dimensions

  • Depth: 31-1/2"
  • Height: 76"
  • Width: 27"

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