Hotpoint WMBF963P Experience Eco 9KG / 1600rpm / A+++ Washing Machine + Free Removal of Old Machine £224.99 @ Hotpoint Clearance Store
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Hotpoint WMBF963P Experience Eco 9KG / 1600rpm / A+++ Washing Machine + Free Removal of Old Machine £224.99 @ Hotpoint Clearance Store

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Posted 17th Jun
Good spec sheet for those on a lower end budget, at 9KG the capacity is decent for this kind of cash. A lot of places also charge to remove your old machine. You can select to have yours removed for free though, if you'd like.

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  • Anti Stain
  • Anti Stain Quick
  • Anti Allergy
  • Woolmark Platinum
  • Super Silent Motor
  • Delay Timer
  • 24 Hr Delay Timer
  • Fast Wash

Capacity (kg) - 9KG
Spin - 1600 rpm
Installation Type - Freestanding
Loading type - Front Loader
Weight - 74KG

Dimensions
  • Depth (mm) 605
  • Height (mm) 850
  • Width (mm) 595
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macas200017/06/2019 12:40

What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 …What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 years old) and looking for a new one?


Ex washing machine engineer.

Get a Bosch. LG are just as reliable but if/when they do go wrong the repairs are more expensive and parts less easy/quick to source.

If you are going to spend a bit of extra money on any appliance spend it on the washing machine, they take a beating.
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Add on year two labour warranty of over £120 and this becomes an expensive machine. Get one with a proper warranty which the company actually builds properly.

And yes someone will have a hotpoint which has been on every day for 5 years with no issues but sadly those are few and far between.
eslick17/06/2019 12:12

Add on year two labour warranty of over £120 and this becomes an expensive …Add on year two labour warranty of over £120 and this becomes an expensive machine. Get one with a proper warranty which the company actually builds properly. And yes someone will have a hotpoint which has been on every day for 5 years with no issues but sadly those are few and far between.


What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 years old) and looking for a new one?
macas200017/06/2019 12:40

What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 …What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 years old) and looking for a new one?


LG or Samsung, should be able to get one with a 5 year warehouse for around £350 get the LG a little bit more but better machines.
Edited by: "eslick" 17th Jun
macas200017/06/2019 12:40

What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 …What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 years old) and looking for a new one?


All Bosch are 2 years minimumand if the offers on sometimes LG and Samsung are 5 years although I’ve heard they have a smaller engineer base than Bosch so you may be waiting longer for service if required.
macas200017/06/2019 12:40

What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 …What would you recommend then? Just my Hotpoint has just broken down (9 years old) and looking for a new one?


Ex washing machine engineer.

Get a Bosch. LG are just as reliable but if/when they do go wrong the repairs are more expensive and parts less easy/quick to source.

If you are going to spend a bit of extra money on any appliance spend it on the washing machine, they take a beating.
Get a Bosch. You pay more initially but save in the long run. Hotpoint are ok for uncomplicated devices like fridges.
wouldnt ever touch hotpoint again (even after owning 4) ... the quality has gone downhill and their customer service is dreadful

there is another big claim against them in the offing as well isn't there due to safety?
Had a Hotpoint for around 5 years and whilst it still works, it has an annoying malfunction where it defaults to reduced spin speed so you have to set a spin cycle at the end of every wash!
Hotpoint - no thanks!
SFconvert17/06/2019 16:56

Had a Hotpoint for around 5 years and whilst it still works, it has an …Had a Hotpoint for around 5 years and whilst it still works, it has an annoying malfunction where it defaults to reduced spin speed so you have to set a spin cycle at the end of every wash!


Did you call anyone out for repairs during that time?
Namrofni1017/06/2019 19:31

Did you call anyone out for repairs during that time?


No, didn't see the point, I'd had 5 years out of it so replaced it, I've kept it as a "spare" though! I did actually put it back into use when the new one stopped working, but fixed that one, it's a beko and has a rubbish filter on it, a large piece of bra strap got through the filter and clogged the impeller on the pump. Luckily was able to fix that myself without calling anyone out. It wasn't an obvious fix as the piece of fabric had gone straight past the filter!
My 2.5 year old Samsung has just died - rang them Sunday, coming out tomorrow (Wednesday( so response time is quite quick - whether they'll have the bits to get it working again is another matter! Bought it because it has the 5 years warranty, so fingers crossed it has worked in my favour..........
Having owned Beko in the past, it lasted just over a year, and even then it was 1 week + for someone just to come and take a look.
I’ll be buying a decent brand when we replace our washer and dryer next year.

However, we’ve had our Hotpoint washing machine for 10 years and for the first time this week it packed in. The pump went and I just repaired it for £18.99. Can’t say fairer than that.

The 12 year old Hotpoint dryer had new drum bearings last year at £12 and other than that they’ve been faultless over 10 years.

I remember when I bought them some “washing machine expert” said they’d only last a year or two.
HaroFreestyler18/06/2019 08:04

The pump went and I just repaired it for £18.99. Can’t say fairer than th …The pump went and I just repaired it for £18.99. Can’t say fairer than that.


Not as simple to change a pump on newer machines as lots of them now have solid bases with no direct access. The front of the machine with the door seal needs removing.
paulj4818/06/2019 10:30

Not as simple to change a pump on newer machines as lots of them now have …Not as simple to change a pump on newer machines as lots of them now have solid bases with no direct access. The front of the machine with the door seal needs removing.


That's annoying, it was literally a 5 minute job on the hotpoint, the pump wasn't even bolted in, it just slides in/out. Two hoses and one connector and I was done.

The drum bearing on the dryer was harder though, I took the whole thing apart.

Not sure what modern Hotpoint is like but certainly our older models have been fine and we don't really look after them.
Hotpoint circuit board failed on my dryer, it costs over £100 for the board, and comes un-programmed , you then need a one use card and some sort of programmer.

A Family members washing machine failed, they mentioned the board, but replaced the washing machine, as the call out charge plus parts ,meant they might as well get a new washing machine.

Buy cheap buy twice
(actually you probably end up paying more over the years because of parts)
Has this expired? Link does nothing and if you can manage to browse the machines there's only one washer and it's not this one. Mind you site seems to be struggling in general at the mo
soap_box20/06/2019 13:39

Has this expired? Link does nothing and if you can manage to browse the …Has this expired? Link does nothing and if you can manage to browse the machines there's only one washer and it's not this one. Mind you site seems to be struggling in general at the mo


The page has been faulty since the day this was posted.
Should be expired
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