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Free installation on selected Whirlpool ovens at AO.Com worth £90
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Free installation on selected Whirlpool ovens at AO.Com worth £90

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Posted 24th Jan

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If you're after a new oven, but require installation, then why not use the money you save to buy a better quality oven instead?

Putting installation to one side, the AO price promise still applies as long as the competitor has delivery available within 10 days and the competitor's total delivery and recycling costs are less.

9 out of the 12 models available at AO qualify for the promotion.

There is 2.5% Quidco and Topcashback available, but sadly couldn't find any discount codes.

Free connection on integrated appliances is rare, so as well as getting added value, you're getting added convenience too!
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To be honest how hard is to install an oven? Put the plug into the wall? Cold I'm afraid
warek7824/01/2020 22:45

To be honest how hard is to install an oven? Put the plug into the wall? …To be honest how hard is to install an oven? Put the plug into the wall? Cold I'm afraid


Depends on the voltage of the oven. Only some are 13 amp. The Whirlpool ovens, along with several other high powered models require hard wiring to a 32A fused circuit. Furthermore, some wiring is linked into the electric hob as well. Owing to the heat generated and the extra thick cabling, it's not always straightforward as wiring a plug. If you're not careful it's surprisingly easy to blow the master fuse. Yes, models with a 13 amp plug are fine, but only the lower powered models have them. I don't think you'd find them on pyrolytic models where the oven can heat up to 500°C
Edited by: "TheHun6" 24th Jan
warek7824/01/2020 22:45

To be honest how hard is to install an oven? Put the plug into the wall? …To be honest how hard is to install an oven? Put the plug into the wall? Cold I'm afraid


Shows how much you know because not many brands have a 13amp plug. The majority require hard wiring.
MonkeyMan9024/01/2020 22:54

Shows how much you know because not many brands have a 13amp plug. The …Shows how much you know because not many brands have a 13amp plug. The majority require hard wiring.


Of course and it's worth 90 quid...
warek7824/01/2020 22:57

Of course and it's worth 90 quid...


Appliances Direct charges £159 for installation!
Edited by: "TheHun6" 24th Jan
warek7824/01/2020 22:57

Of course and it's worth 90 quid...


It wouldn't be much less for a sparky to come round so to get it for free yes it is a good deal. It's negative people like you that are the reason I came off all social media. Life is so much better without all the negative people.
Edited by: "MonkeyMan90" 24th Jan
MonkeyMan9024/01/2020 23:00

It wouldn't be much less for a sparky to come round so to get it for free …It wouldn't be much less for a sparky to come round so to get it for free yes it is a good deal. It's negative people like you that are the reason I came off all social media. Life is so much better without all the negative people.


Looks like you live from naive people paying those prices for nothing I prefer to stay negative and keep my money.
And I belive OP is involved in installation services as well based on the history... So good night gents.
warek7824/01/2020 23:05

Looks like you live from naive people paying those prices for nothing I …Looks like you live from naive people paying those prices for nothing I prefer to stay negative and keep my money.


You're getting an added benefit without paying a penny more and it doesn't prejudice the price promise either. Even if you're confident at hard wiring, not everyone is and even for the some that are, why not get someone else to do it for you if it's free labour? Have you any idea how extremely rare a deal like this is? Really, what's not to like?
Edited by: "TheHun6" 24th Jan
warek7824/01/2020 23:12

And I belive OP is involved in installation services as well based on the …And I belive OP is involved in installation services as well based on the history... So good night gents.


Er no actually not. I have no connection whatsoever with the appliance trade. Just something I required with the purchase which I thought perhaps was worth sharing. I have no vested interests other than sharing hot deals. In the case of these Whirlpool ovens, if you can find any better specification models inclusive of delivery, recycling and installation that trumps this then please post them. Thank you.
Edited by: "TheHun6" 25th Jan
TheHun624/01/2020 23:18

You're getting an added benefit without paying a penny more and it doesn't …You're getting an added benefit without paying a penny more and it doesn't prejudice the price promise either. Even if you're confident at hard wiring, not everyone is and even for the some that are, why not get someone else to do it for you if it's free labour? Have you any idea how extremely rare a deal like this is? Really, what's not to like?


Then why they say you save £90 ???? You don't... Free service of course but don't lie to me I'm saving £90
warek7824/01/2020 23:24

Then why they say you save £90 ???? You don't... Free service of course …Then why they say you save £90 ???? You don't... Free service of course but don't lie to me I'm saving £90


No lies. That's what AO charges for installation on all their built-in ovens, in line with the industry average. If you were looking for an appliance and require installation you're saving £90. If you don't require installation then look elsewhere as this deal would not apply to you anyway.
TheHun624/01/2020 23:27

No lies. That's what AO charges for installation on all their built-in …No lies. That's what AO charges for installation on all their built-in ovens, in line with the industry average. If you were looking for an appliance and require installation you're saving £90. If you don't require installation then look elsewhere as this deal would not apply to you anyway.


No I love it, it is free £90, should go into
Freebies really.
Edited by: "warek78" 24th Jan
TheHun624/01/2020 23:24

Er no actually not. I have no connection whatsoever with the appliance …Er no actually not. I have no connection whatsoever with the appliance trade. Just something I required with the purchase which I thought perhaps was worth sharing. I have no vested interests other than sharing hot deals. In the case of these Whirlpool ovens, if you can find any better specification models inclusive of delivery, recycling and installation that trump's this then please post them. Thank you.


In his defence, you do frequently post deals about large kitchen appliances. Not complaining, just can see how that conclusion could be jumped too.
Also voted hot as I doubt I could wire up an oven. (I can't even get the hob to consistently spark)
Opeteo24/01/2020 23:44

In his defence, you do frequently post deals about large kitchen …In his defence, you do frequently post deals about large kitchen appliances. Not complaining, just can see how that conclusion could be jumped too. Also voted hot as I doubt I could wire up an oven. (I can't even get the hob to consistently spark)


Well I do have a soft spot for LG stuff especially their TV's, washing machines and their sound bars. Sadly ovens are for the USA market only!
Does it include the cable?
Who would trust Whirlpool to build any safe electrical appliance these days?
TheHun624/01/2020 22:52

Depends on the voltage of the oven. Only some are 13 amp. The Whirlpool …Depends on the voltage of the oven. Only some are 13 amp. The Whirlpool ovens, along with several other high powered models require hard wiring to a 32A fused circuit. Furthermore, some wiring is linked into the electric hob as well. Owing to the heat generated and the extra thick cabling, it's not always straightforward as wiring a plug. If you're not careful it's surprisingly easy to blow the master fuse. Yes, models with a 13 amp plug are fine, but only the lower powered models have them. I don't think you'd find them on pyrolytic models where the oven can heat up to 500°C


Really good to know. Ill check what fuse i have.
Joe90_guy25/01/2020 06:49

Who would trust Whirlpool to build any safe electrical appliance these …Who would trust Whirlpool to build any safe electrical appliance these days?


As far as I'm aware it was the Hotpoint and Indesit range that were affected. A lot of the issues occured before Whirlpool took over Indesit, who were Hotpoint's previous owners.
DubDriver25/01/2020 03:20

Does it include the cable?


No, hence it makes installation a more compelling proposition.
Free installation could be a waste depends on your electrical installation and if satisfies what they call a safe installation. The people that install the equipment are delivery people with appliance certification they cannot do anything but put the three wires in hole.
TheHun624/01/2020 22:52

Depends on the voltage of the oven. Only some are 13 amp. The Whirlpool …Depends on the voltage of the oven. Only some are 13 amp. The Whirlpool ovens, along with several other high powered models require hard wiring to a 32A fused circuit. Furthermore, some wiring is linked into the electric hob as well. Owing to the heat generated and the extra thick cabling, it's not always straightforward as wiring a plug. If you're not careful it's surprisingly easy to blow the master fuse. Yes, models with a 13 amp plug are fine, but only the lower powered models have them. I don't think you'd find them on pyrolytic models where the oven can heat up to 500°C


If you blowing a master fuse you are doing something seriously wrong
Shockey25/01/2020 08:12

Free installation could be a waste depends on your electrical …Free installation could be a waste depends on your electrical installation and if satisfies what they call a safe installation. The people that install the equipment are delivery people with appliance certification they cannot do anything but put the three wires in hole.


That's interesting because some installations link the ceramic hob wiring to the same fused socket via a splitter connection hub. Mmm...
Edited by: "TheHun6" 25th Jan
Shockey25/01/2020 08:14

If you blowing a master fuse you are doing something seriously wrong


Some cookers/ovens have very thick aluminium cabling that's quite tough to wrap around and tighten, as well as isolating them from the other two wires. If it's not done properly it can easily happen. And as the master fuse has a seal on it, you have to call your regional power supplier to replace the fuse. Your local sparky isn't authorised to do this, hence why they put a seal on the master fuse box.
Does installation include removing the existing oven?
shakerman25/01/2020 08:36

Does installation include removing the existing oven?


No, I'm afraid not. It's £20 for recycling. I think only Argos includes it in their highly competitive £80 install and recycle package. The problem with Argos is they are often using the likes of DHL to carry out their appliance installations. They've had shortages with trained installers, which means if you order an item with install and recycle included, don't be surprised if you have to wait a month for the earliest delivery slot. Ironically with Whirlpool owned products, their installations are managed directly through them. I'm not sure what AO's set up is for Whirlpool, but delivery and installation slots are available within a week.
Edited by: "TheHun6" 25th Jan
Anyone know of a company doing free installs on a dual fuel cooker?
TellyLover25/01/2020 09:26

Anyone know of a company doing free installs on a dual fuel cooker?


DB Domestics does, if you happen to live in the South East.
TheHun625/01/2020 14:49

DB Domestics does, if you happen to live in the South East.


Thanks but Midlands
TheHun625/01/2020 08:22

That's interesting because some installations link the ceramic hob wiring …That's interesting because some installations link the ceramic hob wiring to the same fused socket via a splitter connection hub. Mmm...


Think your confusion lies with a cooker point and a fused spur either way is ideal as both items should require means of isolation
TheHun625/01/2020 08:30

Some cookers/ovens have very thick aluminium cabling that's quite tough to …Some cookers/ovens have very thick aluminium cabling that's quite tough to wrap around and tighten, as well as isolating them from the other two wires. If it's not done properly it can easily happen. And as the master fuse has a seal on it, you have to call your regional power supplier to replace the fuse. Your local sparky isn't authorised to do this, hence why they put a seal on the master fuse box.


Wow I’d recommend you the free installation next time but you should use a crimp connection much better than wrapping cable round a terminal
MonkeyMan9024/01/2020 22:54

Shows how much you know because not many brands have a 13amp plug. The …Shows how much you know because not many brands have a 13amp plug. The majority require hard wiring.


Actually looking at most low range of any brands seem to come with a 13amp
cliosport6525/01/2020 23:15

Actually looking at most low range of any brands seem to come with a 13amp …Actually looking at most low range of any brands seem to come with a 13amp


All hotpoint and Indesit come with 1
MonkeyMan9025/01/2020 23:30

All hotpoint and Indesit come with 1


The Whirlpool models in this promotion are at least 16 amp and all require hard wiring.
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