:-( Seems washing machines are now going the same way as toasters etc, uneconomical to repair and cheaper to buy a new one.
Invested in AEG washing machine 5 yrs ago, more expensive than other brands but previous AEG lasted 15 yrs so I was happy it was a good brand :-D :w00t: :-D
Washer died this week, chap came out - diagnosed motor gone - £250 to replace and fit. Circuit board may also be knackered, total £350 all in for both if needed.
Never had warranties, also it is older than 5yrs. Does not make economic sense to repair it. ?? More economical to buy cheap machine, £199 and put 5 yr warranty on it, then get rid when it fails after 5 yrs and replace it :thinking: