Beko DCU7230B Condenser Tumble Dryer  £219 at Very
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Beko DCU7230B Condenser Tumble Dryer £219 at Very

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Found 17th Nov 2015
The Excellent Value Beko DCU7230B Condenser Tumble Dryer Has A Large 7kg Drying Capacity That's Ideal For A Busy Family.

A choice of 15 drying programmes takes care of all your clothes and a reverse tumble action ensures they don't get tangled, making ironing a breeze.

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link just takes you to very.co.uk
LInks broken, model code listed is black and £229, the white ones £199. I think the OP needs more coffee.
OP has now edited the price from £119 to £219 so still wrong?
Edited by: "GoNz0-" 17th Nov 2015
You can also get £30 off for selected customers and all new ones.....I bought the 9 kg Candy for £199 less £30 over a month ago ..its good

the 9kg is the one to go for as it takes a duvet
Edited by: "wendyak" 17th Nov 2015
I just got this in silver with a 10% off code 6rdam, because I told them the code didn't work online they gave me free p&p of £7 and so i got this drier in silver for... £196... woo hoo! was looking at the similar priced indesit but the sensor dry programmes were not as good as the beko and the beko is B rated as opposed to the indesit C rated, wanted indesit to match washing machine but hence my sense prevailed! ;))
ive had one of these for just over two years. its been ok but recently its been tripping the house electrics. now it doesnt heat up seems that the thermostat on the element has fried, common problem. first they were a fire risk recall and then the common problem of thermostat frying itself.
think the fire hazard was earlier manfactured units with a dodgy part which beko now sends an engineer to replace for free but mine was only recently sold so am guessing (although will check) that this part is newer one or has been fixed, upgraded as it not an earlier (I think 2008/9 unit). as for the thermastat I hope mine lasts, not got it yet, will open windows to help keep cool and reduce overheating/frying even though it's condenser but think may help with that, won't suffocate vents disperse excess heat better I am hoping lol
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