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ADVICE FOR TUMBLE DRIERS

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My Zanussi tumble drier seems on it's last legs.............(it is 24 years old, never had to even replace a part on it). Anyone got WHICH magazine's best buy info please ? (technology might have …
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
My Zanussi tumble drier seems on it's last legs.............(it is 24 years old, never had to even replace a part on it). Anyone got WHICH magazine's best buy info please ? (technology might have moved on in all those years).

Might contact Zanussi and tell them, they might give me discount...! Do they still exist, who own them now
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6y, 9m agoPosted 6 years, 9 months ago
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#1
nah technology exact same as it was 24 years ago lol
#2
I dont bother with the which mag, my grandfather swears by it and apparently it says Dyson's are not good. Which is complete and utter ******** !!!

Just check out some reviews online and get the better price !! Things these days wont last as long as ur old dryer anyway!!
#3
Thats incredible - 24yrs!!! My tumble drier is 11yrs old, but dont use it that much - but couldnt be without it either come winter time!
#4
Why not just buy another Zanussi? Its served you well all these years :)
#5
kaks26;8875408
Why not just buy another Zanussi? Its served you well all these years :)


Nope. No point in brand loyalty these days.

My first washing machine was an AEG, had it for 18yrs, so I bought another one. Lasted 2 yrs. Got a partial refund though. In the end bought cheapest washer and put a 5yr warranty on it.
#6
iglimpse
Nope. No point in brand loyalty these days.

My first washing machine was an AEG, had it for 18yrs, so I bought another one. Lasted 2 yrs. Got a partial refund though. In the end bought cheapest washer and put a 5yr warranty on it.


Personally this is the best thing to do, the warranty is going to be cheaper than buying a top notch machine. PS Sorry for swearing in the earlier post loll
#7
Go for a condenser
#8
makershaker;8875760
Go for a condenser


Why

...and then what do I do about the hole in my wall :?
#9
iglimpse
Why

...and then what do I do about the hole in my wall :?


Stick your head in it :thumbsup:
#10
LOL your tumble drier is 3 years older than me hahahah
#11
makershaker;8876485
Stick your head in it :thumbsup:


your rear end would fit it better :-D
#12
My best advice for tumble driers is......

Never let anyone buy you who has a new born baby or a washing machine with a broken spin cycle.:thinking:
#13
Plum
My best advice for tumble driers is......

Never let anyone buy you who has a new born baby or a washing machine with a broken spin cycle.:thinking:


erm do you really make any sense....................
#14
Plum;8877043
My best advice for tumble driers is......Never let anyone buy you who has a new born baby or a washing machine with a broken spin cycle.:thinking:


:?:?;-);-)......post natal ?
banned#15
Plum
My best advice for tumble driers is......

Never let anyone buy you who has a new born baby or a washing machine with a broken spin cycle.:thinking:


yep, im not understanding this either, and im sure im sober (unlike most of the others here :whistling: )
#16
jubbyme;8880178
yep, im not understanding this either, and im sure im sober (unlike most of the others here :whistling: )

Sorry just read the title and thought op wanted advice to give to young tumble driers starting out in life. :oops:
banned#17
Plum
Sorry just read the title and thought op wanted advice to give to young tumble driers starting out in life. :oops:


now i get it :thumbsup:
#18
Plum;8881283
Sorry just read the title and thought op wanted advice to give to young tumble driers starting out in life. :oops:


:p Good advice. Could start a trend, we could give names to all our white goods. If only I had known we were going to become such good friends...most other white goods just flit in and out of our lives :whistling::-D

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