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Offline Parwaz7862

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Dyson washing machines
« on: November 11, 2018, 04:38:03 am »
Looking at getting a refurbished Dyson washing machine. Heard mixed opinions on them from different people. What’s wrong with them?! I know they go faulty but is that cos they’re mistreated or something? Also, if I do get one, how to I optimise it’s lifespan? Finally, what’s the common issues to go wrong with them? Don’t go too geeky please, I know nothing about washing machines!


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Re: Dyson washing machines
« Reply #1 on: November 11, 2018, 08:25:09 pm »
The contrarotator on the drums buggers up so many are locked.

The PCBs blow for fun.

We had one for a while in the shop to wash filters in. I ended up breaking it for parts as we were fixing it more than using it.

They were a great idea but unfortunately not a good product as they were never developed.

If you *really* want one, get one off Steve who is somewhere Birminghamish like you. He has an FB page and will give a warranty.

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Re: Dyson washing machines
« Reply #2 on: November 11, 2018, 09:08:07 pm »
That’s exactly the guy I’m looking at buying from!
Shame to hear about your experience, I’m probs gonna give it a go and see what it’s like 👍
Anyone else with experiences with these feel free to comment

 

 

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