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According to your model numbers, the washer has **3.2 cu.** **ft**.

I need to know what the capacity is in cubic feet. According to the model number, your Kenmore dryer has **7.0 cubic feet of** capacity.

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Most standard dryers offer **between 5.0 and 7.0 cubic feet of capacity**. To help translate cubic footage into real-life laundry loads, consider that a 7.0 cu. ft. dryer can usually fit about 9-15 full-sized bath towels per load.

2 Answers. On most Kenmore Elite dryers, the model number sticker is **around the opening of the door**. Open the dryer door and look around the outside of the door opening. Some dryers have the sticker on the bottom left or right side.

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.

Calculate the volume of the drum by squaring the radius. **Multiply it by pi (3.14)**. Multiply that number by the height of the drum. This number is the capacity of your dryer in cubic feet.

Last you would calculate the size of the dryer by **squaring the radius and multiplying by the depth**. Example, if the radius is 1.5 feet and the depth is two feet, the volume is 4.5 cubic feet (1.5 x 1.5 x 2).

According to your model number, this dryer has **7 cu.** **ft.** of capacity.

**A dryer drive belt that slips while rotating the dryer drum will squeal and smoke**. A slipping drive belt may be frayed, cut or otherwise damaged so it no longer performs effectively. In many cases, after years of use, the belt stretches, loses grip, then squeals and smokes.

One easy rule of thumb is that the capacity of your dryer should be **about twice the capacity of your washer**. If your washer has a 3.5 cu. ft. capacity, for instance, then look for a dryer with 7.0 cu.

What is a large capacity dryer? Large and extra large capacity dryers offer **more room inside for tumble drying clothes** and can more easily handle heavy or bulky items.

Consider the cubic feet of the dryer and whether or not your king-size comforter (typically **4 cubic feet or larger**) can tumble comfortably inside.

A dryer should last **10-13 years**. To extend the dryer’s life, clean the lint trap after each use and make sure the outer vent is clear as well.

Locate **the serial number** on a Kenmore washer made by Whirlpool. The second letter of the serial number identifies the year the machine was manufactured.

The super capacity plus washer has a capacity of **3.2 cubic feet**.

**Multiply the radius squared by 3.14**. The product should then be multiplied by the depth of the tub to get the volume capacity of your washer in cubic feet.

A Small Load usually fills about 1/3 of your machine. A Medium Load fills the machine to about 1/2 full. A Large Load is **around 3/4 full**.

Size: Traditional washers (and dryers) are **27 to 28 inches wide and 30 to 35 inches deep**; height can vary. Plan for 6 inches of space between the machine and the wall and 1 inch between machines.

This model of Kenmore dryer has **7.5 cu.** **ft of** capacity.

Washer 11022632100 is **3.0 cubic feet**.

The Kenmore 70 series washer has a **3.5 cubic foot capacity**. It comes with the Sears Triple Action agitator and can hold 28 extra-large t-shirts in a single load.

Serial numbers on Kenmore appliances identify different manufacturing dates. Serial numbers on 70 and 80 series appliances usually have two letters followed by a **seven-digit number**. The second letter indicates the year the appliance was made.

Dryer drum drive belt. The belt is flat, **92-1/4 inches long, 1/4 inch wide** and has 4 ribs and 3 grooves. It replaces many other belts, including some with 5 ribs and 4 grooves.

Over time, **the drum rollers and axles wear out**, causing the dryer to make a loud rumbling noise. To determine if the drum roller axles are worn out, remove the belt from the dryer and try turning the drum by hand. If the drum does not rotate freely, check the support rollers for wear.

Lift and slide the drum off the rear rollers and remove it from the dryer casing. Locate the rubber-rimmed rollers with roller bearings at the back of the drying casing. Squeeze **two to three drops of oil** on the front and back of each roller bearing. Lift the dryer drum and place it back on the rubber-rimmed rollers.

Fixing a noisy dryer ranges from **$75 to $450**, depending on the problem. There are a few potential causes of a noisy dryer, and some are easier and less expensive to fix than others. It might be an issue with the belt or bearings, which can be relatively cheap to fix.

If it’s the motor buzzing/humming when the start button is pushed then **it likely has a bad motor**. Open the door and manually reach in and rotate the drum in the counter clockwise direction for a couple of complete revolutions and then shut the door and see if the dryer will start.

Kenmore 700 3 **5 Cu Ft** Capacity Top Load Washer.

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.

Capacities for HE top-loaders, the type without an agitator, and front-loaders are often around 4.5 to 5.4 cubic feet. Cleaning comforters. Instead of lugging your king-sized comforter to a laundromat, you can wash it **in any washer with a claimed capacity of at least 4.5 cubic feet**, according to our tests.

**Heat Pump Dryer**. The most energy efficient type of dryer and no venting is needed. Heat pump dryers don’t create hot air or moisture so they’re perfect for apartments. Uses less than half the energy of a vented or condenser dryer, so the higher purchase price is recouped on power bill savings over the dryer’s lifetime.

Likewise, the average capacity for dryers is around **4.0 cubic feet** while large-capacity dryers start at approximately 7.3 cubic feet. And mega-capacity dryers can be as voluminous as 9.2 cubic feet.

Generally, dryers are 27 inches wide, while some brands like Whirlpool (and sister lines Maytag and Amana), usually run 29 inches wide. Typically, basic-level dryers measure **27in x 41in to 44in x 26in to 32in** (WxHxD), not including an additional four inches for venting.