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Companion Twin Tub COMP434

Companion Twin Tub COMP434

3.3 from 4 reviews

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  • Ease of Use
    4.0 (1)
  • Cleaning & Maintenance
    5.0 (1)
  • Noise Level
    3.0 (1)
  • Washing Performance
    5.0 (1)
Meg G.

Meg G.Perth, WA

Love the machine, washes and spins well but a question: Why does the water drain into the spinner when filling.


Why does the water drain into the spinner when filling the washing bowl? It seems very unnecessary and is extra to spin out when clothes are put in for spinning.

Purchased in January 2020.

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  • 5 reviews

Don’t leave home without it!


Easy to use, fill with clean water add you detergent and clothes set to wash, then drain, add fresh water and rinse, drain, move clothes to spin tub and spin. Runs off 240v. Ours is getting loud the older it gets unfortunately. But cleans clothes well as long as you don’t overfill.

Date PurchasedSep 2017


  • 6 reviews

Great upgrade


I purchased this two months ago as a replacement for a cheaper smaller older version. This machine does a much better wash then the previous and the drying cycle is a great improvement. The only downside is the lint filer keeps coming unattached however that does not really affect the quality of the wash

Date PurchasedOct 2017
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  • 2 reviews
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Lasted just over 2 1/2 years.


Questions & Answers



Where can I buy a replacement Spin Dryer knob? Mine has broken.

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pauline B

pauline Basked

I have an easy wash companion which is now giving me electric tingles when its working , we replaced the rubber ring under the spinner to no avail love the machine,how do we fix the problem? ,please don't say the dump.

2 answers

Best to get an electrician to take a look at this. In the mean time, switch off the power before touching it - you don't want to get electrocuted.

Ted H
Ted H

Had a similar experience, switched to spin & sparks flew out from under the lid. By the time we switched off the 240 flames were coming out. Fat lot of good an electrician will do without parts Barbara!

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