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Beko WMB71642W 7Kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine £199 from Co-op Electrical
Beko WMB71642W 7Kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine £199 from Co-op Electrical

Beko WMB71642W 7Kg 1600 Spin Washing Machine £199 from Co-op Electrical

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Very well reviewed washing machine (9.1/10 on Reevoo from 550 reviewers) Wash loads of up to 7kg, spin speed of 1600rpm and 16 different wash programmes.

Other retailers have it between £249-280.

Free rapid delivery included.

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Not sure I'd be recommending Beko to anyone yet, my washing machine lasted all of 8 weeks and it's not working, having said that, my hot point tumble dryer has lasted all of 15 weeks, should be fun tomorrow if both engineers arrive at the same time.... Good price, not voting either way due to my personal experience with Beko

Just replaced my old beko because it broke. £50 off ebay second hand 8 years ago. Good enough for me. Bought this model £170 frrom Curry's.

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upyourjacksie

Just replaced my old beko because it broke. £50 off ebay second hand 8 … Just replaced my old beko because it broke. £50 off ebay second hand 8 years ago. Good enough for me. Bought this model £170 frrom Curry's.



Are you sure you havent got the 1300 spin?

I got mine from currys for £170 but its 1300 spin

trisham3838

Not sure I'd be recommending Beko to anyone yet, my washing machine … Not sure I'd be recommending Beko to anyone yet, my washing machine lasted all of 8 weeks and it's not working, having said that, my hot point tumble dryer has lasted all of 15 weeks, should be fun tomorrow if both engineers arrive at the same time.... Good price, not voting either way due to my personal experience with Beko



Whats wrong with the tumbler? Reason I ask is because we bought a Hotpoint condensing tumbler many years ago and just after warranty, it stopped heating - every other aspect fine, just no heat generated. Turns out one of the spring switches on the back (they look like a pair of large watch batteries) popped permanently open, it was a £7 fix (yours should still be under warranty, worth keeping in mind if it's this beyond warranty). Been running 7 trouble free years since).

On the washing machine front I would never skimp though, buy a good one with a long warranty.

YDWTK - you are right, I misremembered the model number (I'm the husband - I only pay for it!)

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upyourjacksie

YDWTK - you are right, I misremembered the model number (I'm the husband … YDWTK - you are right, I misremembered the model number (I'm the husband - I only pay for it!)



thought it might be. Excellent washing machine as far as I am concerned.

Thanks for the reply x

There's also this at the same price. 6kg load but an extra years guarantee
m.johnlewis.com/mt/…t_7

John Lewis have a 6kg version for the same price but with an extra years guarantee...

monkeyhanger75

Whats wrong with the tumbler? Reason I ask is because we bought a … Whats wrong with the tumbler? Reason I ask is because we bought a Hotpoint condensing tumbler many years ago and just after warranty, it stopped heating - every other aspect fine, just no heat generated. Turns out one of the spring switches on the back (they look like a pair of large watch batteries) popped permanently open, it was a £7 fix (yours should still be under warranty, worth keeping in mind if it's this beyond warranty). Been running 7 trouble free years since).On the washing machine front I would never skimp though, buy a good one with a long warranty.



Sounds like the same issue, everything is working fine apart from the fact that there's only cold air instead of hot

trisham3838

Sounds like the same issue, everything is working fine apart from the … Sounds like the same issue, everything is working fine apart from the fact that there's only cold air instead of hot



That'll be exactly what it is. When the engineer comes to fix (as yours sounds like it is still in warranty) ask them to show you the parts they're swapping out so you can do it yourself if it happens again. I think they were called "bi-metal switches", the back of the little button battery looking thing has a springy click to it when working, when they don't click any more, that's when they're knackered - such a cheap part to replace too.

Brill, thanks for the tip... Here's hoping once he's sorted the issue I don't have any more problems
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