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John Lewis & Partners JLWM1417 8KG 1400RPM Washing Machine, A+++ Energy Rating with 3 Year Guarantee £349 delivered @ John Lewis
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John Lewis & Partners JLWM1417 8KG 1400RPM Washing Machine, A+++ Energy Rating with 3 Year Guarantee £349 delivered @ John Lewis

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Thoughtfully designed for you, the John Lewis & Partners JLWM1417 Freestanding Washing Machine combines the latest technology with premium design for fast, easy, economical laundry.

With a superb A+++ energy rating, you can rely on this smart machine to help you keep a green home and save on your energy bills. Plus, you can save time thanks to the Rapid 14 programme that's able to wash 15 shirts in under 15 minutes - ideal for last-minute loads. What's more, our smart Auto Sensing feature adapts the programme to suit the size of the load, for a perfect, tailored wash.

Other impressive features include a delay start, reduce time function, variable temperature control and digital display.

Dimensions H85cm x W60cm x D57cm
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"Thoughtfully designed for you" ???

Who else would it be designed for... the Tumble Dryer!!!

HEAT for the price, even though the marketing is like something from the 80's!
Wow their own brand? New to me
AEG is owned by Electrolux has been for nearly 15 years Just one of their many brands
At this price you can get a 5 year warranty machine, two extra years warranty is better peace of mind.
It is just a £279 Zanussi machine with a slightly redesigned control panel and two extra years warranty.

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Up to you if the warranty is worth an extra £70 as they will be identical otherwise. Personally I'd buy neither, bearings are useless and the tub is sealed so a write off when they go.
TipsyNurse18/08/2019 22:30

It is just a £279 Zanussi machine with a slightly redesigned control panel …It is just a £279 Zanussi machine with a slightly redesigned control panel and two extra years warranty.https://buywiseappliances.co.uk/zanussi-lindo100-zwf81243w-front-loading-washing-machine-8-kg-white.htmlUp to you if the warranty is worth an extra £70 as they will be identical otherwise. Personally I'd buy neither, bearings are useless and the tub is sealed so a write off when they go.


i think most washing machines have sealed drums , maybe lg washing machine with 5 yr guarantee is better buy
nasir_glasgow18/08/2019 23:12

i think most washing machines have sealed drums , maybe lg washing machine …i think most washing machines have sealed drums , maybe lg washing machine with 5 yr guarantee is better buy


The issue is whether you ever need to get into the drum. That depends on how good the bearings are and, to a lesser extent, whether a coin, bra wire etc gets between the inner and outer drums and can't be retrieved through the drum, or through the heater.

In all my time repairing machines I only ever saw one Bosch with bearing failure, and that was in a pub where it was constantly on. A few on LGs but from memory all people who admitted overloading the machine. Loads and loads of Zanussis, AEG and John Lewis.

So overall the sealed drum issue is a combination of the design of the machine / how likely you are to need to get into the drum combined with the expected life span of the machine. Either way it is not a huge issue on LG.
Having worked for them in the past in A/V, and having bought their own brand stuff previously, I hope to god they've improved but I can't see it.
TipsyNurse18/08/2019 23:39

The issue is whether you ever need to get into the drum. That depends on …The issue is whether you ever need to get into the drum. That depends on how good the bearings are and, to a lesser extent, whether a coin, bra wire etc gets between the inner and outer drums and can't be retrieved through the drum, or through the heater.In all my time repairing machines I only ever saw one Bosch with bearing failure, and that was in a pub where it was constantly on. A few on LGs but from memory all people who admitted overloading the machine. Loads and loads of Zanussis, AEG and John Lewis.So overall the sealed drum issue is a combination of the design of the machine / how likely you are to need to get into the drum combined with the expected life span of the machine. Either way it is not a huge issue on LG.


Lets be honest who gets their washing machine repaired unless it's pretty new? usually the parts/labour are so expensive it's hardly worth it.
Ive had a JL machine for 10 years and its never missed a beat. Yes theyre all similar Zanussi/AEG/JL with a few extra programmes on this.
themachman19/08/2019 13:42

Lets be honest who gets their washing machine repaired unless it's pretty …Lets be honest who gets their washing machine repaired unless it's pretty new? usually the parts/labour are so expensive it's hardly worth it. Ive had a JL machine for 10 years and its never missed a beat. Yes theyre all similar Zanussi/AEG/JL with a few extra programmes on this.


Well most faults are very simple to fix and most parts are very cheap. We worked out the average bill and it was £46 albeit almost 10 years ago.

Also used to bulk buy the machines collected as by companies delivering new machines because you could get them for less than £10. A significant chunk the only fault was a blocked filter.

There is also the environmental aspect, throwing away something that could be fixed in less than an hour.

So I suppose it depends, all our appointments were same/next day and we were never short of work.
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