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Hoover Dynamic DXOA68C3 8Kg Washing Machine 1600 RPM @ AO
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Hoover Dynamic DXOA68C3 8Kg Washing Machine 1600 RPM @ AO

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Posted 2nd May 2019

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Hoover Dynamic Next Advance DXOA68C3 8Kg Washing Machine with 1600 rpm - White - A+++ Rated @ AO
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These are cheap but look at the warranty, in most cases you will have to pay £120 plus on the second year and you can find better machines with 5 year warranty in that price range.
Edited by: "eslick" 3rd May 2019
eslick16 m ago

These are cheap but ad look at the warranty, in most cases you will have …These are cheap but ad look at the warranty, in most cases you will have to pay £120 plus on the second year and you can find better machines with 5 year warranty in that price range.


That's a fair point, I think it will just depend on people's budget at the time.
I have a Hoover, heating element went after 13 months and drive belt went after 3 years. Never again!!
fish32302/05/2019 12:22

I have a Hoover, heating element went after 13 months and drive belt went …I have a Hoover, heating element went after 13 months and drive belt went after 3 years. Never again!!


I got a new fridge even out of warranty. The law says that white goods should last a suitable amount of time. 13 months is nothing and worth speaking to Trading Standards to find out how to claim. Mention the EU 2 year law and they'll go on to say that the UK law is better for the consumer and will go on to explain how to claim.
I won't be buying a Hoover washer again. The NFC function on mine never connects and is totally useless.
journo02/05/2019 13:11

I got a new fridge even out of warranty. The law says that white goods …I got a new fridge even out of warranty. The law says that white goods should last a suitable amount of time. 13 months is nothing and worth speaking to Trading Standards to find out how to claim. Mention the EU 2 year law and they'll go on to say that the UK law is better for the consumer and will go on to explain how to claim.


I know but they won't answer emails and I didn't have the time or patience to take them through the Small Claims Court. I will never buy a Hoover product again.
Thanks, was looking at a Hoover machine but will stick with a Beko instead. Ao sell via Boots Kitchen applianaces and its sometimes cheaper especially if there's a promotion like free delivery, also you get Boots advantage points
fish32315 h, 12 m ago

I know but they won't answer emails and I didn't have the time or patience …I know but they won't answer emails and I didn't have the time or patience to take them through the Small Claims Court. I will never buy a Hoover product again.


You can go via your finance/credit card company if you used one to pay for it. They are wquslly liable.
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