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potential risk of explosion. see photos below. Bosch NGU4151DB NEFF T20S31N0 Fault applies to Bosch and Neff cookers manufactured between 2009 and 2011 Read More
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potential risk of explosion. see photos below.

Bosch NGU4151DB NEFF T20S31N0

Fault applies to Bosch and Neff cookers manufactured between 2009 and 2011
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(


Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
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must say standards are dropping. 10 months after buying my Bosch dishwasher,
the heat pump went. :( Would have cost £99 but you get 2 years warranty and so I was covered.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.


You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.


You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.

Our Bosch dishwasher is doing great after 3.5 years service. However, the JL repair man sent to look at our knackered Indesit washing machine suggested buying Beko rather than Bosch in future as the parts are significantly cheaper. He didn't seem to think Bosch products were that more robust either.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah


No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.



http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/21/15/3583B07500000578-3652551-image-a-103_1466520765722.jpg



https://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/7/5/1309853073009/bermondsey-tower-block-fi-006.jpg


http://i.ytimg.com/vi/nF9L7Mh52F4/0.jpg


http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/08/03/01/2A9D9F2F00000578-0-image-a-114_1438562185274.jpg


http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/multimedia/dynamic/01156/01_NH14PRO_1156284k.jpg


* There are plenty of many other images of course if you care to search.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah
No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/21/15/3583B07500000578-3652551-image-a-103_1466520765722.jpghttps://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/7/5/1309853073009/bermondsey-tower-block-fi-006.jpghttp://i.ytimg.com/vi/nF9L7Mh52F4/0.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/08/03/01/2A9D9F2F00000578-0-image-a-114_1438562185274.jpghttp://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/multimedia/dynamic/01156/01_NH14PRO_1156284k.jpg
* There are plenty of many other images of course if you care to search.
This post is about malfunctioning Bosch appliances, speaks for itself.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah
No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/21/15/3583B07500000578-3652551-image-a-103_1466520765722.jpghttps://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/7/5/1309853073009/bermondsey-tower-block-fi-006.jpghttp://i.ytimg.com/vi/nF9L7Mh52F4/0.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/08/03/01/2A9D9F2F00000578-0-image-a-114_1438562185274.jpghttp://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/multimedia/dynamic/01156/01_NH14PRO_1156284k.jpg
* There are plenty of many other images of course if you care to search.
This post is about malfunctioning Bosch appliances, speaks for itself.


Any decent brand will take precautionary measures if a potential or actual issue is discovered. I posted on this thread to be positive, you choose to respond negatively as is your prerogative. Can you find lots of images of the aftermath of these hobs having actually exploded. Some may well exist, I don't know, but horrific images of one of your favoured brands, Beko, are rather easier to find. Just trying to be positive, dave'. Try it.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah
No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/21/15/3583B07500000578-3652551-image-a-103_1466520765722.jpghttps://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/7/5/1309853073009/bermondsey-tower-block-fi-006.jpghttp://i.ytimg.com/vi/nF9L7Mh52F4/0.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/08/03/01/2A9D9F2F00000578-0-image-a-114_1438562185274.jpghttp://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/multimedia/dynamic/01156/01_NH14PRO_1156284k.jpg
* There are plenty of many other images of course if you care to search.
This post is about malfunctioning Bosch appliances, speaks for itself.
Any decent brand will take precautionary measures if a potential or actual issue is discovered. I posted on this thread to be positive, you choose to respond negatively as is your prerogative. Can you find lots of images of the aftermath of these hobs having actually exploded. Some may well exist, I don't know, but horrific images of one of your favoured brands, Beko, are rather easier to find. Just trying to be positive, dave'. Try it.
I have positive advice, avoid Chinese manufactured goods with a very expensive badge. Buy Beko or Miele/Rowenta - have a nice day.
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah
No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/21/15/3583B07500000578-3652551-image-a-103_1466520765722.jpghttps://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/7/5/1309853073009/bermondsey-tower-block-fi-006.jpghttp://i.ytimg.com/vi/nF9L7Mh52F4/0.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/08/03/01/2A9D9F2F00000578-0-image-a-114_1438562185274.jpghttp://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/multimedia/dynamic/01156/01_NH14PRO_1156284k.jpg
* There are plenty of many other images of course if you care to search.
This post is about malfunctioning Bosch appliances, speaks for itself.
Any decent brand will take precautionary measures if a potential or actual issue is discovered. I posted on this thread to be positive, you choose to respond negatively as is your prerogative. Can you find lots of images of the aftermath of these hobs having actually exploded. Some may well exist, I don't know, but horrific images of one of your favoured brands, Beko, are rather easier to find. Just trying to be positive, dave'. Try it.
I have positive advice, avoid Chinese manufactured goods with a very expensive badge. Buy Beko or Miele/Rowenta - have a nice day.


I didn't have any luck finding any images of Bosch gas hobs that have exploded either, dave'. Just nice shiny new ones. Good luck. ;)
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Handy to know. Most of my home appliances are made by Bosch :(
Fantastic 'go to' brand for home appliances, garden and D.I.Y. tools. Hope they never join most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom.
Beko or Miele.Rowenta is recommended, Bosch is a waste of money for Chinese goods with a Bosch label.
You can only speak from your own experience. I have about 10 Bosch products, and have never had a problem over many years. As stated, I hope they don't / haven't joined most of the rest of the market in a race to the bottom with more recent production. As with Miele, I would always rather pay double for reliability and quality, rather than the current pervasive trend for built-in obsolescence. Name any individual brand, and it will always attract anecdotal accounts of issues with various products, doesn't however undermine the experience of millions of other consumers. For me, I'm not sure that I would mention Beko in the same bracket as the other two brands. Each to their own though.
no I dont only speak from my own experience, I also speak to other people - the bloke who came to fix my bosch dishwasher who is a bit of an expert told me Bosch isn't worth the extra cost.
You seem to be seeking one of your contentious exchanges, dave'. Still have no interest in them, so as I said, each to their own.
people in glass houses, brah
No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.http://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2016/06/21/15/3583B07500000578-3652551-image-a-103_1466520765722.jpghttps://static-secure.guim.co.uk/sys-images/Guardian/Pix/pictures/2011/7/5/1309853073009/bermondsey-tower-block-fi-006.jpghttp://i.ytimg.com/vi/nF9L7Mh52F4/0.jpghttp://i.dailymail.co.uk/i/pix/2015/08/03/01/2A9D9F2F00000578-0-image-a-114_1438562185274.jpghttp://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/multimedia/dynamic/01156/01_NH14PRO_1156284k.jpg
* There are plenty of many other images of course if you care to search.
This post is about malfunctioning Bosch appliances, speaks for itself.
Any decent brand will take precautionary measures if a potential or actual issue is discovered. I posted on this thread to be positive, you choose to respond negatively as is your prerogative. Can you find lots of images of the aftermath of these hobs having actually exploded. Some may well exist, I don't know, but horrific images of one of your favoured brands, Beko, are rather easier to find. Just trying to be positive, dave'. Try it.
I have positive advice, avoid Chinese manufactured goods with a very expensive badge. Buy Beko or Miele/Rowenta - have a nice day.
I didn't have any luck finding any images of Bosch gas hobs that have exploded either, dave'. Just nice shiny new ones. Good luck. ;)
Amazing news, keep me updated friend.
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Could you two start up a new misc thread please. Other members could throw in a random subject then you could both argue it to death until someone else gives a new subject.

Would keep me entertained anyway, which is what this site is all about.
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I know of 2 people who recently had to bin their Bosch dishwashers with same fault. They were leaking & it turned out the bases were made of plastic which had warped with the heat & weight above. Would have cost more to fix than buy new. The race to the bottom is already finished.
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Wow, the love for the Germans extends from cars to white goods!

Bosch has been good to me - washing machine, dishwasher are great. But my Beko larder fridge and chest freezer have been equally as excellent - half the price too.
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.

As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.
As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.

Would be interesting if you could source some statistics to support your suspicions. I can recall London Fire Brigade having rather strong views on certain brands.
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.
As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.
Would be interesting if you could source some statistics to support your suspicions. I can recall London Fire Brigade having rather strong views on certain brands.
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.
As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.
Would be interesting if you could source some statistics to support your suspicions. I can recall London Fire Brigade having rather strong views on certain brands.
Linky


If you type in 'London Fire Brigade Beko' - you will find dozens of direct / associated sources to choose from over a number of pages.
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not a hob but another washing machine fire yesterday in cornwall http://www.piratefm.co.uk/news/latest-news/2229267/photos-warnings-over-washing-machine-fires/
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.
As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.
Would be interesting if you could source some statistics to support your suspicions. I can recall London Fire Brigade having rather strong views on certain brands.
Linky
If you type in 'London Fire Brigade Beko' - you will find dozens of direct / associated sources to choose from over a number of pages.
That's the thing about modern builds over Europe/Turkey being concrete & steel - a Beko fire is contained but older properties and modern semi etc new builds just ignite as well internally it is just timber.

Would not buy a Beko anyway, cheap looking tat.


Thanks for info!
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.
As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.
Would be interesting if you could source some statistics to support your suspicions. I can recall London Fire Brigade having rather strong views on certain brands.
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If you type in 'London Fire Brigade Beko' - you will find dozens of direct / associated sources to choose from over a number of pages.
That's the thing about modern builds over Europe/Turkey being concrete & steel - a Beko fire is contained but older properties and modern semi etc new builds just ignite as well internally it is just timber.
Would not buy a Beko anyway, cheap looking tat.
Thanks for info!


No worries, Sean. Hopefully the general public can become more educated with regard to the relative merits and risks associated with certain brands. I understand if choice is limited by economic difficulties, but it is hard to put a price on the safety of your family. I imagine / hope that Beko have taken measures since to address such an unusual intervention by a major Fire Brigade. Sharing knowledge of the devastating outcomes related to particular brands can only help reduce ignorance.
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No idea what you mean by that, but nothing new there. I wish you the best of luck if you go with Beko. I'll leave you with these images, and say for a third and hopefully final time, each to their own.
As I have said before all brands of White Goods have had fires & recalls not just Beko & in % terms of fires per units sold I suspect its all much of a muchness.
Would be interesting if you could source some statistics to support your suspicions. I can recall London Fire Brigade having rather strong views on certain brands.
Linky
If you type in 'London Fire Brigade Beko' - you will find dozens of direct / associated sources to choose from over a number of pages.
That's the thing about modern builds over Europe/Turkey being concrete & steel - a Beko fire is contained but older properties and modern semi etc new builds just ignite as well internally it is just timber.
Would not buy a Beko anyway, cheap looking tat.
Thanks for info!
No worries, Sean. Hopefully the general public can become more educated with regard to the relative merits and risks associated with certain brands. I understand if choice is limited by economic difficulties, but it is hard to put a price on the safety of your family. I imagine / hope that Beko have taken measures since to address such an unusual intervention by a major Fire Brigade. Sharing knowledge of the devastating outcomes related to particular brands can only help reduce ignorance.
I agree, great to see HUKD now ending whatsapp alerts with Trading Standards alerts - like you said people will check the bargain alert & ignorance, I don't know why mobile telecom licences can be given without the need for TS alerts for the greater public good who may be at risk (TS Institute is really bad at getting recall bulletins out to the public in the news) blue (Ofcom) on the left, red (TS) on the right...how do we make purple ?

Actually that's probably unfair 'what is purple' is a more accurate representation. Two public bodies & one professional body cant get public safety alerts info out there when we have had text messaging for 35 years ? I mean if London Fire Brigade are alerting something so substantial why is Ofcom/TS/TSi not alerting us consumers/citizens.

It will probably be another 35 yrs of Labour/Conservative inaction before they even think about some kind of legislation draft enforcing Ofcom/TS/TSi to do so, how much money spent on emergency public services, disability benefits and lives lost until then through a 70 year window.

Britosh politics - you couldnt make it up! The last time pro-activity came in was Social Security & NHS, and look at the mess both major parties have made in that regard in the last 70 years.





Edited By: seaniboy on Feb 22, 2017 13:47: add

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