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Hotpoint WMFUG1063P 10Kg Washing Machine with 1600 rpm - White - A+++ Rated £279 @ AO.com
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Hotpoint WMFUG1063P 10Kg Washing Machine with 1600 rpm - White - A+++ Rated £279 @ AO.com

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Posted 18th Nov 2019

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Key Features10kg drum capacity - great for large households

Automatically adjusts settings to take care of clothesEasily removes 20 of the most common stains

Super quiet model - great for open plan living

Dimensions (cm) - H85 x W59.5 x D60.5
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There are Samsung’s and LG for not much more, all posted on here in recent days,all better machines and with full 5 year warranties not the parts only where they charge you £120+ per year for labour charges.
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There are Samsung’s and LG for not much more, all posted on here in recent days,all better machines and with full 5 year warranties not the parts only where they charge you £120+ per year for labour charges.
Hotpoint are nowadays, as previously mentioned for not much more money you can buy an LG.
If you want a cheap price washing machine buy a Beko.
Edited by: "PaulandPam" 18th Nov 2019
Just don't do it, really don't do it. If there's any way you can afford a bit more don't go with Hotpoint EVER As others have said, go with LG or Bosch etc.
Had a samsung, lasted 6 years (bearings went), Bought a hotpoint, 2 months later heater unit went, Repaired, 1 month later gone again. Hotpoint replaced with new machine, 10 months later, drum housing broke.
Machine still doesnt sound right despite their "Repair"

In short dont buy a hotpoint!!!
Is there anyone that can help me find a decent priced freestanding electric cooker
TCB
eslick18/11/2019 20:31

There are Samsung’s and LG for not much more, all posted on here in recent …There are Samsung’s and LG for not much more, all posted on here in recent days,all better machines and with full 5 year warranties not the parts only where they charge you £120+ per year for labour charges.


10kg and 1600 spin?
If you have the Amex Morrison's offer, buy Amazon gift cards and you'll get 10% back from Amex.
Same price on Amazon.
Edited by: "y-oh-y" 18th Nov 2019
The conditioner does not go through and the front display has gone dim, flashes and the machine just looks out of date.
In the first two weeks the pipe became blocked with washing powder that had turned into solid rock.

I won't get Hotpoint again and their quick wash programs are crap, the time display is off and you have to wait two minutes before you can open the door. Why?

Can't wait to see the back of it.
y-oh-y18/11/2019 21:17

10kg and 1600 spin?


Not 1600 as most now do a better spin at 1400 8 and 9 kg ones are cheaper but a 10kg can be had for just over half a second year warranty. And they are much better machines.

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y-oh-y18/11/2019 21:17

10kg and 1600 spin?


I read somewhere that 1400rpm is the optimal spin speed for water extraction and the only thing the extra 200rpm would do is wear out the bearings and motor quicker etc.. Besides that it's an Hotpoint, It'll be in landfill within a few years at best. They used to be a good brand but sadly they're one of the worse now.

Don't waste your money.
flang18/11/2019 21:00

Had a samsung, lasted 6 years (bearings went), Bought a hotpoint, 2 months …Had a samsung, lasted 6 years (bearings went), Bought a hotpoint, 2 months later heater unit went, Repaired, 1 month later gone again. Hotpoint replaced with new machine, 10 months later, drum housing broke. Machine still doesnt sound right despite their "Repair" In short dont buy a hotpoint!!!


I am sorry to hear your experience but thanks for sharing your story and saving me buying from Hotpoint. Cheerioo
.MUFC.19/11/2019 09:16

I read somewhere that 1400rpm is the optimal spin speed for water …I read somewhere that 1400rpm is the optimal spin speed for water extraction and the only thing the extra 200rpm would do is wear out the bearings and motor quicker etc.. Besides that it's an Hotpoint, It'll be in landfill within a few years at best. They used to be a good brand but sadly they're one of the worse now. Don't waste your money.


All Hotpoints?

Every single model?

Reviews suggest differently.
Most Vauxhalls are crap IMHO, but some at the higher end are ok. ;-)

I've voted hot.
y-oh-y19/11/2019 09:45

All Hotpoints?Every single model?Reviews suggest differently.Most …All Hotpoints?Every single model?Reviews suggest differently.Most Vauxhalls are crap IMHO, but some at the higher end are ok. ;-)I've voted hot.


Internally they're most likely all the same. The 1200rpm will most likely have the same exact motor that the 1600rpm machine has but it's stepped down etc.. Yes they might also be programmed slightly different and have slight cosmetic differences etc. Reviews are often done in the early months when they actually work and perform ok. However a lot of people have sadly became victims of poor quality Hotpoint/Indesit appliances.

Buy at your own mercy and maybe just maybe you might be lucky.

Subscribe to Which and you'll see how unreliable they are.
it is not possible to buy a one-off full product warranty! Direct monthly debit only !!
Hotpoint - no thanks!
Is there this the brand that sets your house on fire?
My hotpoint is 17 years old and still going I have fitted a new pump and a set of brushes which cost less than £20. The only problem with modern washing machines is that the cycles are longer due to using less water this means the bearing wear out quicker and the drums are sealed so you cant replace the bearing on most. Older washing machines used to last 10-18 years approx (unless it's a Miele but they are 3 times the price) I reckon that the newer ones last 5-9 years max maybe not even that.

conversation.which.co.uk/hom…st/
Hotpoint? Had three in a row, all failed between 18mths and 3 years, was a fool the 2nd time, and just plain stupid the 3rd time despite her indoors saying don't do it. Bought a John Lewis branded machine about 10 years ago, hasn't skipped a beat in that time. When that eventually fails I'll be straight back there for another one
bazray24/11/2019 19:33

My hotpoint is 17 years old and still going I have fitted a new pump and a …My hotpoint is 17 years old and still going I have fitted a new pump and a set of brushes which cost less than £20. The only problem with modern washing machines is that the cycles are longer due to using less water this means the bearing wear out quicker and the drums are sealed so you cant replace the bearing on most. Older washing machines used to last 10-18 years approx (unless it's a Miele but they are 3 times the price) I reckon that the newer ones last 5-9 years max maybe not even that.https://conversation.which.co.uk/home-energy/washing-machine-built-to-fail-or-last/


They were a lot better 17 years ago. They've gone downhill since then and rely heavily on historic reputation. Sadly a lot fall victim to Hotpoint/Indesit.
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