Washing Machines Buying Guide
Our buying guide will explain which type of washing machine would suit you most, how much you can expect to pay for one, and which features are worth looking out for.
Wanted all in one washer dryer. Found this to be a reasonable price and when delivered and installed the technician indicated this was a good unit and it works better if you use half as much detergent as required. This proves to be true as this unit has worked for over 14 years without a major problem.
Pros - washer dryer in one, many programs and options, cleans really well , quiet, direct drive, well built, easy to clean.
Cons - plasticky latch handle, 8kg wash but 4.5 kg dryer so need to watch the load if drying.
After over 14 yea...rs use with 5 in the house the only the handle broke and I was able to replace it easily and cheaply, the selection knob is encoder type and now requires more turning to get the program selection but still works fine. Very satisfied with this unit as it operates flawlessly for all this time. Recommend it and will buy upgraded model either when it stops working or when kids move out and I'll pass it on.
Good Washer, usless Dryer
We had many front loaders. Bought this one second hand. Worked great for 2 weeks then intermittent left stains behind. Took endless clean cycles to clear. Dryer part never worked simply makes clothes more moist.
Power switch broke twice, faulty design as moisture reaches front circuit board so had to be sealed. Top wire fell off and caused dead short. Still as an 8 kg machine washes like a miracle, some 15 min cycles do magic. Direct drive is the go. Our son brings home diesel and oil soaked uniforms so we bought a similar Samsung to run in pa...
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