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Bosch WAS28761GB SR 9KG 1400RPM A+++ Energy Rated Freestanding Washing Machine @ appliance-world.co.uk with Free Delivery - £326.56
Bosch WAS28761GB SR 9KG 1400RPM A+++ Energy Rated Freestanding Washing Machine @ appliance-world.co.uk with Free Delivery - £326.56

Bosch WAS28761GB SR 9KG 1400RPM A+++ Energy Rated Freestanding Washing Machine @ appliance-world.co.uk with Free Delivery - £326.56

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Looks to be normally close to £600 and over and comes with 2 year warranty also.

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nice find but only Miele is worth £600 imo.

davewave

nice find but only Miele is worth £600 imo.



​my Miele won't drain. Miele call out £180, parts £120. hmmmm think I'll scrap it and buy Bosch......

davewave

nice find but only Miele is worth £600 imo.



​haha

not available now?

looks like misprice. probably they will cancel orders. they same bosch ( without SR in name) cost almost 600 pounds on this website
appliance-world.co.uk/fre…1gb

Just a 2 year warranty is a joke.

99rb

​my Miele won't drain. Miele call out £180, parts £120. hmmmm think I'l … ​my Miele won't drain. Miele call out £180, parts £120. hmmmm think I'll scrap it and buy Bosch......



Designed to last 20 years. Do you believe it?

Common Sense

Designed to last 20 years. Do you believe it?



​well yes and no, I bought a drain pump from Germany off ebay for £30. It took 3 days to arrive, I peeled off the side and fitted it tonight. It's a bayonet mount no tools swap.(about 9 T20 screws to get inside). Currently on 2nd test wash, so far so good!

99rb

​my Miele won't drain. Miele call out £180, parts £120. hmmmm think I'l … ​my Miele won't drain. Miele call out £180, parts £120. hmmmm think I'll scrap it and buy Bosch......



Scrap it for a machine that's made in Asia? oO

Really wanted this but doesn't add to my cart.

molly1979

Really wanted this but doesn't add to my cart.


Same here it will not let you add it to your cart.

Common Sense

Designed to last 20 years. Do you believe it?



I do. Mine's the same. Stopped draining after six years and it's not a straightforward decision to spend £300 mending a six year old machine. Tried a DIY pump replacement but it's still not right. Although I still consider Miele to be the best make, I'm not sure I would buy another.

I just called them to order by phone and they told me this is a show room model and shouldn't be on the system. Basically is a mistake.

99rb

​well yes and no, I bought a drain pump from Germany off ebay for £30. It … ​well yes and no, I bought a drain pump from Germany off ebay for £30. It took 3 days to arrive, I peeled off the side and fitted it tonight. It's a bayonet mount no tools swap.(about 9 T20 screws to get inside). Currently on 2nd test wash, so far so good!



fixed! Miele W5740

4 year old sabotage with a toilet roll.....

"​The actual water outlet pipes from the drump to the pump to the drain hose were clear, but there is another pipe connected to the filter/pump housing on this washer. It goes from the top front left corner of the filter housing up the left hand side of the machine to a Y shaped junction on the left of the soap dispenser drawer. This pipe was full of crud - hair, soap scum, etc, etc. and pretty much blocked"

washerhelp.co.uk/for…le/

Method:
You remove the lid, 4 T20 Torx ( 2 back 2 sides under covers)
Unfasten the left side, 8 T20and coax and bend the panel out 45 degrees.
Unclip the ends of the small Y pipe, tab and turn one end, pliers clip the other.
Flush out the macerated toilet roll and miscellaneous grub.
Clean the gunk off everything you can see.
Put it all back.
It sounds normal now and is emptying and glugging nicely.

Having removed the cover a few times now I could do it in 40 minutes.
Call it just over an hour for the uninitiated.

Edited by: "99rb" 24th Nov 2016
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