Hotpoint Newstyle HAG60P 60cm Cooker with D/Oven In White (Was £349) now £292.99 delivered w/code @ Co-Op Electrical
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Hotpoint Newstyle HAG60P 60cm Cooker with D/Oven In White (Was £349) now £292.99 delivered w/code @ Co-Op Electrical

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Found 6th Apr
If you're on the hunt for a gas cooker, then theres a pretty decent discount on this Hotpoint Newstyle HAG60P 60cm Cooker with Double Oven.

Reduced from £349 to £299 - get it for £292.99 delivered w/code CE10


  • Freestanding double gas oven with 65 litre capacity main oven, 35 litre top oven and grill
  • 4 burner hobs with enamel pan supports
  • Slow cook option for cooking stews and keeping food hot while other dishes are cooking
  • Catalytic liners on the interior walls of the oven absorb grease for easy, hassle-free cleaning







Also Sharp SK64PX Built-In S/Steel Fan Oven & Ceramic Hob Pack reduced from £299 to £212.99 delivered w/code CE10



Product Features

  • Built-in fan-assisted electric single oven with 65 litre capacity
  • Ceramic hob with 4 cooking zones
  • Simple to use touch controls and timer display
  • A-rated energy efficient model


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Edited by: "usernameinalid" 6th Apr
Hotpoint lol. Never again.
My dual fuel, had to replace the oven door latch, the thermostat and the gas cut off for the lid.

Lucky I had extended warranty.
Never trust them again after the Tumble Dryer fiasco that put peoples lives at risk.
Nice find tempted as I prefer gas ovens to electric, my latest is over 15 years old and time for a change. Thanks op
These remind me of the 90s(embarrassed)
Edited by: "EdinburghShop85" 7th Apr
Got a Hotpoint electric version of this. The lower oven door latch is awful quality. It’ll be knackered way earlier than the 10 years my last oven lasted. My own fault for rushing in to the purchase. If it lasts 3 years overall I’ll count that as well done and move on to the next one.
No no no. I have the electrical version of this and it rusted to hell after a couple of years.Almost criminal they can sell anything this bad.I can suplly photos.
mgriffithsuk2 h, 10 m ago

No no no. I have the electrical version of this and it rusted to hell …No no no. I have the electrical version of this and it rusted to hell after a couple of years.Almost criminal they can sell anything this bad.I can suplly photos.


So have I,(EW74P)about 7 years old now, used every day and it's like new.....only fault was the top oven thermostat at 2 years old which i replaced myself,been faultless apart from that and no rust....you must be using too much salt in your cooking lol.
Edited by: "BattleBeast1" 8th Apr
iceni7th Apr

Never trust them again after the Tumble Dryer fiasco that put peoples …Never trust them again after the Tumble Dryer fiasco that put peoples lives at risk.


Tumble dryer issue relates to all makes and is basically down to people not clearing out the filter after each use
jplewis768th Apr

Tumble dryer issue relates to all makes and is basically down to people …Tumble dryer issue relates to all makes and is basically down to people not clearing out the filter after each use


Are you saying that any tumble dryer that isn't hotpoint always gets cleared out after each use by the owner?

It was quite specific to hotpoint/Indesit dryers. We had one, took them 7 months to "modify" it which was disappointing but wouldn't put me off buying that brand again.
itchyone12 h, 31 m ago

Are you saying that any tumble dryer that isn't hotpoint always gets …Are you saying that any tumble dryer that isn't hotpoint always gets cleared out after each use by the owner? It was quite specific to hotpoint/Indesit dryers. We had one, took them 7 months to "modify" it which was disappointing but wouldn't put me off buying that brand again.


Seven months with a known fire risk in your home? I removed mine and took it to the recycling point the moment I found out. And yes Hotpoint's are a particular risk, just google it.
You might have well have said " I had a chainsaw which took my arm off but that won't put me off them ".
iceni1 h, 33 m ago

Seven months with a known fire risk in your home? I removed mine and took …Seven months with a known fire risk in your home? I removed mine and took it to the recycling point the moment I found out. And yes Hotpoint's are a particular risk, just google it.You might have well have said " I had a chainsaw which took my arm off but that won't put me off them ".


Hi

Im not quite sure why you're pointing out to me that hotpoint dryers are a particular risk. If you re-read what i said you'll see I knew that already. I don't need to Google what I already know, thanks.

It was a fire risk if not maintained properly according to the manufacturers instructions. Specifically, the risk was higher if the lint container was not emptied out. Having common sense, I emptied mine after each use. The risk was therefore non existent.

Your 'chainsaw' analogy implies i got hurt, but kept using it. Nobody in my household hot hurt, as there was no risk - due to me using the appliance properly.
You had to wait 7 months to get the appliance made safe. The recall would never have happened without a "This Morning " campaign ( amongst others ) and this goes to the core of the argument. Manufacturers are supposed to make appliances as fool proof as possible and to respond quickly when problems arise. Neither happened in this case and the lack of care for their customers was astounding.

Tumble drier technology is hardly new and there was no excuse for this. Other manufactures seem to be able to make Tumblers without this problem despite most people not being as perfect as you and occasionally forgetting to clean the filter.
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