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Just paid 60 quid to a plumber to be told I need a new dishwasher:-( . Probably a semi integrated, a good quality dishwasher, we are a family of 5 and it gets a lot of use. Our previous one lasted 10 …
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1d, 4d agoPosted 1 decade, 4 days ago
Just paid 60 quid to a plumber to be told I need a new dishwasher:-( . Probably a semi integrated, a good quality dishwasher, we are a family of 5 and it gets a lot of use. Our previous one lasted 10 years. I believe neff is the same as bosch?
I would appreciate any recommendations please. I need to buy asap.
Thank you very much.
Glo Avatar
1d, 4d agoPosted 1 decade, 4 days ago
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#1
What budget have you got in mind?
#2
Our local asda seem to hold a selected stock of these now... reasonable prices too...
#3
I need a good reliable dishwasher, 450 pounds would be reasonable, I suppose. I wonder if they include installation, though.
Thanks
#4
This looks a good buy click Bosch,triple A rated,semi integrated,various wash temps etc £381.99 + £16.95 for delivery.
There is a discount code for £15 off (PR15) bringing it down to £383.94.

Having a look at the Dixons website there is some info re installation for £17.99,however i am not sure that this would cover an integrated appliance.
Fixing a dishwasher to the plumbing etc is quite easy,only cold water fill and wastepipe,I did mine ok(and I am a girl!) but that was a freestanding appliance.I am sure with the help of a mate you could manage to fit it yourself,as far as I know semi integrated means that the control panel is showing,you just need to fix the panel to the front of the machine.

Hope this helps
banned#5
Miele are offering 10 years parts & labour on their dishwashers at the moment. Complete peace of mind.
#6
Thank you
#7
I have a manual on Dishwashers if your interested I could scan and mail relevant pages to you. It's a haynes manual similar to the ones you get for cars. Managed to sort mine out using it.
What's the symptoms ? Did he tell you what was wrong with it ?
#8
thanks for the offer mrtootough, something to do with the mor leaking and anti floor switch not working, which meant the electrical components have been inmersed in water!!!
#9
I will not bother with trying to get it repaired, mr tootough, but thank you for your time.
#10
Glo
I will not bother with trying to get it repaired, mr tootough, but thank you for your time.

10 years is good for a dishwasher,especially one used a lot......probably not economical to repair in all honesty!

Had a quick look for some miele d/w but they seem to be in excess of your budget unfortunately:-(
#11
I'd follow muckypup's advice and go for the Bosch...they are excellent.
[helper]#12
Go for a Bosch - you get a 2 year guarantee. Got ours from John Lewis and unbelievably they were nearly the cheapest.....
#13
look at coopelectricalshop.co.uk

I bought a fridge freezer from them and they were cheaper than argos.

I also bought my dishwasher from Marshall Ward but I had a discount code so we got it for £150 for a slimline.

Don't forgot to use your quidco
#14
mrtootough
I have a manual on Dishwashers if your interested I could scan and mail relevant pages to you. It's a haynes manual similar to the ones you get for cars. Managed to sort mine out using it.
What's the symptoms ? Did he tell you what was wrong with it ?


Can you help me with my dishwasher pleeeeeeeeeasse?!?! It's a BOSCH and its become very noisy this week, I have had someone out to it and he said it was the motor (he only listened to it, he didn't take it apart and look) and he gave me a quote of nearly £200 to replace the motor :shock:
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eclairlou
Can you help me with my dishwasher pleeeeeeeeeasse?!?! It's a BOSCH and its become very noisy this week, I have had someone out to it and he said it was the motor (he only listened to it, he didn't take it apart and look) and he gave me a quote of nearly £200 to replace the motor :shock:


Will dig out the manual and have a look and scan the relevant pages. Can you PM an e-mail address. £200 sounds alot to replace the motor. but if the motor is the part that's damaged, then that is the only solution. The manual that I have is not specific to any particular make.

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