AEG dishwasher FSS52600Z £240 from Coop ebay
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AEG dishwasher FSS52600Z £240 from Coop ebay

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Found 14th Mar
Good make, 599 rrp according to other websites. 240GBP with code P20CP
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Hot from me - prob would have been tempted with this one instead of spending £500+ on a Neff one a couple of weeks ago.
Thanks ordered ...mine died yesterday!
Need one I can attach kitchen cupboard to, does this allow for this
woodyctr19713 m ago

Need one I can attach kitchen cupboard to, does this allow for this


Yes as long as it states “fully integrated” which this one does.
Bought, thanks OP
Looking to buy an ikea kitchen soon, and would like an integrated dishwasher. Anyone know if ikea doors fit non ikea dishwashers okay? And if ikea fitters will install non ikea appliances?
Mr.Krabs14th Mar

Looking to buy an ikea kitchen soon, and would like an integrated …Looking to buy an ikea kitchen soon, and would like an integrated dishwasher. Anyone know if ikea doors fit non ikea dishwashers okay? And if ikea fitters will install non ikea appliances?


I believe you have to buy a specific Ikea fitting kit to use a non Ikea dishwasher with their doors - our fitter suggested they were a bit flimsy and difficult to fit.
waby12345 m ago

I believe you have to buy a specific Ikea fitting kit to use a non Ikea …I believe you have to buy a specific Ikea fitting kit to use a non Ikea dishwasher with their doors - our fitter suggested they were a bit flimsy and difficult to fit.


Thanks for the info 🏻 great price for this one but sounds like paying a little more for ikea branded may be safer 🤔🙄
Thank you for this OP, fab spot and I have therefore purchased.
Wouldn't recommend AEG, I've got a washer / dryer and this dishwasher. Had lots of issues with both, anti flood device played up on the dishwasher and ive had a service engineer out a few times, looking on Google seems a common problem. Might be better with the newer models.
Hot AEG are jolly good
can i list all Co-op deals with 20 off codes.. aprox 600 items???
Standard integrated appliances don't work with Ikea cupboards. We had issues fitting ovens, dishwasher and the fridge (even with the special fittings!).
Can I use this as free standing dishwasher?
gold3n_dragon10 m ago

Can I use this as free standing dishwasher?


Of course, integrated just means there are screw holes to fix it to the units either side and a kitchen door stuck to the front.
Had 2 AEG dishwashers - both caught fire - there are cheaper ways to burn your house down... bring a whole new meaning to a Hot deal
AEG microwaves, at over £500 each, have constantly failed
AEG freezer was rubbish too. As was the oven (previous house owner had fitted this rubbish into a supremely expensive Siematic kitchen).
Safe to say, I wouldn’t touch AEG/Electrolux with a bargepole
Edited by: "meanredspider" 14th Mar
meanredspider18 m ago

Had 2 AEG dishwashers - both caught fire - there are cheaper ways to burn …Had 2 AEG dishwashers - both caught fire - there are cheaper ways to burn your house down... bring a whole new meaning to a Hot dealAEG microwaves, at over £500 each, have constantly failedAEG freezer was rubbish too. As was the oven (previous house owner had fitted this rubbish into a supremely expensive Siematic kitchen).Safe to say, I wouldn’t touch AEG/Electrolux with a bargepole


Never had an AEG dishwasher before TBH but I know Which rate them highly. Also I believe AEG, Bosch and Siemens are largely interchangeable and are used to differentiate based on price etc. I have had a heat pump AEG tumble dryer for past 2 yrs and seems to work well (despite constant usage due to 2 young kids). Currently have mid range Bosch (?6 series) dishwasher which seems to be roughly the same in effectiveness/ drying as a B&Q own brand dishwasher that it replaced despite being substantially more expensive. I wonder if like cars the difference with these "premium" brands are over hyped (I had thought AEG was considered a premium brand as well although certainly not in the same league as Miele). Clearly you seem to have had bad luck with AEG. Bit surprised you keep on buying their products especially if they catch fire (I assume you did buy them rather than inheriting them all from a previous owner as it seems that you had more than one dishwasher go faulty and more than one microwave and you knew their price)
Edited by: "zchari5" 14th Mar
Does not deliver to Northern Ireland...
I got a hand me down AEG dishwasher 12 years ago, so it must have been in total 15+ yrs old. It has never broken down even though we are family of 5 and it still works like a dream everytime. Only thing the Aldi dishwasher tablets don't work too well, so we buy Fairy tablets instead.
zchari544 m ago

Never had an AEG dishwasher before TBH but I know Which rate them highly. …Never had an AEG dishwasher before TBH but I know Which rate them highly. Also I believe AEG, Bosch and Siemens are largely interchangeable and are used to differentiate based on price etc. I have had a heat pump AEG tumble dryer for past 2 yrs and seems to work well (despite constant usage due to 2 young kids). Currently have mid range Bosch (?6 series) dishwasher which seems to be roughly the same in effectiveness/ drying as a B&Q own brand dishwasher that it replaced despite being substantially more expensive. I wonder if like cars the difference with these "premium" brands are over hyped (I had thought AEG was considered a premium brand as well although certainly not in the same league as Miele). Clearly you seem to have had bad luck with AEG. Bit surprised you keep on buying their products especially if they catch fire (I assume you did buy them rather than inheriting them all from a previous owner as it seems that you had more than one dishwasher go faulty and more than one microwave and you knew their price)


I’ve never thought as AEG as a premium brand just a prettier version of Electrolux (which is substantially what they are). Completely different league to Miele which is the best white goods brand by a country mile (I used to work for a global detergent company and we tested our products on different brands extensively then sold the used machines to staff - Miele is the only brand anyone wanted - sold in auction for 10x what others did). As for buying more AEG products, the first dishwasher caught fire (at 2 years old) and I just thought it was bad luck so just replaced it (easier with a built-in washer). Then the microwave started playing up but it was designed to match the oven below it so bought a different but matching AEG microwave rather than replace both (which, in hindsight, is what I should have done). This microwave constantly played up. The freezer just constantly frosted up so we chucked it out. Then the oven started to play up (my wife had always thought it cooked unevenly) - and would switch off completely if you plugged in the meat probe. AEG didn’t want to know when I contacted them about the fires. Bought a Miele. Would never run a dishwasher at night now.
ws0072 h, 21 m ago

Of course, integrated just means there are screw holes to fix it to the …Of course, integrated just means there are screw holes to fix it to the units either side and a kitchen door stuck to the front.


Silly question but how do you open it without the handle. Or can you just remove the kitchen door and it will look like a normal dishwasher underneath?
Trying to contact co op to change delivery address is impossible. Been trying all afternoon
maxwell68914th Mar

Silly question but how do you open it without the handle. Or can you just …Silly question but how do you open it without the handle. Or can you just remove the kitchen door and it will look like a normal dishwasher underneath?


If it's like my sisters, which also has no handle you simply push and it will spring open a few inches.
We had more issues with our AEG dishwasher in the last 3 years than i can remember, The pressure switch went after 6 months and just called them out again as its now gone for the 4th time.

Be looking for a new one pretty soon as it's crap
Hi all. You can't have this without a door front to go on it they just look like an unfinished dishwasher with no door. They are full of holes and look like unfinished metal with parts of plastic showing. You put a cupboard door on it with a handle already on

m.ebay.co.uk/itm…461?hash=item4b3c2e9add:g:2nAAAOSwrXdao9Wg

Take a look at that one
Edited by: "rsmac81" 14th Mar
This one also has air dry. this automatically opens the door a bit at the the end to aid with drying. It has a lot of great features for the price. It’s the same dishwasher as the FSS5262LZ on ao.com but has a different model number as far as I can tell. That costs £500.
Edited by: "purpleparrotuk" 14th Mar
Heat. Thanks. Ordered. Absolute bargain.
gold3n_dragon6 h, 41 m ago

Can I use this as free standing dishwasher?


We bought a NEFF fully integrated from another hotukdeals post a few months ago. I'm not sure if it's the same with this one, but with ours the dishwasher had to have the weight of an attached kitchen door in order for the door to open and stay open correctly.
The original German AEG broke up in the 90s and Electrolux bought the branding rights so it's basically an Electrolux.

Electrolux also own Zanussi.

So it's not a premium German brand.
Edited by: "Cremoso99" 14th Mar
Great bargain but the lack of info/reviews & some of the AEG horror stories comments put me off! I noticed the code can be used for any dishwasher though so got myself the Bosch one I'd been eyeing up with £60 off (plus 5% Quidco & Nectar points), thanks for posting OP!
Edited by: "T--J" 14th Mar
I had an AEG dishwasher, and never again! They have an intrinsic fault where the control board has the relay for the heater mounted on the PCB and switches something like 10A across the tracks on the board. Eventually the tracks burn out, and although you can make a temporary repair by soldering a piece of wire across them it will fail again. A new board is more than the dishwasher is worth and the thing is scrap.

It really is an elementary design fault, but they appear to have done nothing to fix this.
Can anyone that has received this please confirm if they have Item N from the instructions. The piece seems to be missing from my kit. It’s metal and appears to be a steam protector according to YouTube videos. It goes on the underside of the work surface.
Edited by: "purpleparrotuk" 17th Mar
Mine came on Friday but thought it would be white and instead it’s grey? did anyone get a white one?

As someone has said, it looks unfinished and you need to put a “door” on if wanting a finished look to match the kitchen.
Jonsmyname4 h, 15 m ago

Mine came on Friday but thought it would be white and instead it’s grey? d …Mine came on Friday but thought it would be white and instead it’s grey? did anyone get a white one?As someone has said, it looks unfinished and you need to put a “door” on if wanting a finished look to match the kitchen.


Did you get the metal plate for the steam protection? Item N on the instructions.
purpleparrotuk5 m ago

Did you get the metal plate for the steam protection? Item N on the …Did you get the metal plate for the steam protection? Item N on the instructions.


On reading the installation guide it is listed as "options" so I would imagine its not inlcuded.
Jonsmyname3 m ago

On reading the installation guide it is listed as "options" so I would …On reading the installation guide it is listed as "options" so I would imagine its not inlcuded.


Thanks. I have all the other stuff listed under options like the brackets and sticky plastic.
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