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LG F4J610WS 10kg 1400rpm Washing Machine with 5 year warranty £399 @ John Lewis & Partners
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LG F4J610WS 10kg 1400rpm Washing Machine with 5 year warranty £399 @ John Lewis & Partners
Posted 27th Aug 2020

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Created with an impressive A+++ energy efficiency rating, the LG F4J610WS washing machine is designed to help you maintain an economical home. The handy pause and add item feature makes everyday laundry a little less stressful.

The LG F4J610WS is ideal for anyone who suffers from asthma or hay fever, it features an allergy care cycle which uses water and heat to create a disinfecting steam which then sanitises clothing and removes up to 99.9% of allergens whilst also being gentle on your clothes.

Same price at AO ao.com/pro…spx
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58 Comments
Dembe27/08/2020 07:47

No 5 year guarantee at AO though.


Yes, it does. The washer comes with a 5 Year warranty from LG (here) and the motor has a 10 year warranty.

This would always override a retailers guarantee.
HorseBoxGuy27/08/2020 08:36

Yes, it does. The washer comes with a 5 Year warranty from LG (here) and …Yes, it does. The washer comes with a 5 Year warranty from LG (here) and the motor has a 10 year warranty.This would always override a retailers guarantee.


Fair enough.
Thanks for the clarification.
I couldn't find any mention of the extended warranty on AO site.
I've had this for a number of years, never missed a beat. Very quiet. Would definately buy again at this price,.
Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only washing machine worth investing in is LG because the spindle (?) and other parts are thicker and stronger, compared to the other brands. He stated not to bother with the other premium brands as they would only last 4 or 5 years at best.
Unfortunately I need integrated, or I would have bought this.
mario99927/08/2020 09:02

Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only …Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only washing machine worth investing in is LG because the spindle (?) and other parts are thicker and stronger, compared to the other brands. He stated not to bother with the other premium brands as they would only last 4 or 5 years at best.Unfortunately I need integrated, or I would have bought this.


4 years would be perfect.. Get a brand new one under guarantee.
Dembe27/08/2020 09:03

4 years would be perfect.. Get a brand new one under guarantee.


Depends on the brand. Beko only have a two year warranty.
Dembe27/08/2020 08:45

Fair enough. Thanks for the clarification.I couldn't find any mention of …Fair enough. Thanks for the clarification.I couldn't find any mention of the extended warranty on AO site.


Yeah, it’s an LG offer. It’s pretty much always on in some form. The washers are pretty bomb proof to be fair.
I was looking for LG washers just yesterday and could not find this deal. Its a fantastic price and fantastic washer. Thanks
Had this washing machine lasted forever died last year so as it was cheaper decided a Samsung washer dryer def would return to LG 3 call outs and repairs in the last year with the Samsung nothing in the 8 years I had the LG
I also have this machine (It seems like a bit of HUKD favourite). It was a revelation in terms of how much quieter it was than the old Indesit it replaced.

I recall that my choice was between a Samsung and the LG and I think the LG won out on Which? (apart from a flawed Which? assessment of wash times)

Also, I seem to remember that the Samsung may have lacked Child Lock (could be wrong here - might have just been left off a specifications list), and while it wasn't something I valued at the time, it has proved pretty much essential ever since as our youngest finds it fascinating.
i wonder if this will get any lower over the bank holiday, with a discount code or something... hmmm to wait or not
Garnett27/08/2020 09:46

I also have this machine (It seems like a bit of HUKD favourite). It was a …I also have this machine (It seems like a bit of HUKD favourite). It was a revelation in terms of how much quieter it was than the old Indesit it replaced.I recall that my choice was between a Samsung and the LG and I think the LG won out on Which? (apart from a flawed Which? assessment of wash times)Also, I seem to remember that the Samsung may have lacked Child Lock (could be wrong here - might have just been left off a specifications list), and while it wasn't something I valued at the time, it has proved pretty much essential ever since as our youngest finds it fascinating.


what are the wash times like this? All I see at the mo are like 3 hour washes, not a big fan of quick washes...
Nuggy9627/08/2020 11:09

what are the wash times like this? All I see at the mo are like 3 hour …what are the wash times like this? All I see at the mo are like 3 hour washes, not a big fan of quick washes...


The full cycles are generally 2-3 hours. The times vary as it weighs it before working out how long it needs to wash for. I was a bit surprised by how long the cycles are coming from an older Zanussi machine. But I think that's how they hit the efficiency on energy/water, by taking longer. Most of the cycles have the option to be sped up which knocks 1hr+ off the cycle times and there is a 30 minute quick wash option too. It also has a delay timer when you can put it on and tell it when you want it to finish by. I've only used it to put it on in the night and have it ready in the morning, not sure if you could use it to speed up a cycle too (e.g. by saying finish in an hour on a cycle which normally takes 3).
must_resist___purchased27/08/2020 12:34

The full cycles are generally 2-3 hours. The times vary as it weighs it …The full cycles are generally 2-3 hours. The times vary as it weighs it before working out how long it needs to wash for. I was a bit surprised by how long the cycles are coming from an older Zanussi machine. But I think that's how they hit the efficiency on energy/water, by taking longer. Most of the cycles have the option to be sped up which knocks 1hr+ off the cycle times and there is a 30 minute quick wash option too. It also has a delay timer when you can put it on and tell it when you want it to finish by. I've only used it to put it on in the night and have it ready in the morning, not sure if you could use it to speed up a cycle too (e.g. by saying finish in an hour on a cycle which normally takes 3).


Yeah I've seen from research all this wash time increase to get the A+++ ratings. Trying to decide between getting this and the Samsung ecobubble.
I've gone for this, had a Samsung before only had someone out to it once but its 4 years old now and we want a white one for the kitchen update
Got it from AO with a 10% NHS discount (£359.10) and quidco tracked cashback (£25.54) making it potentially £333.56!
mario99927/08/2020 09:02

Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only …Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only washing machine worth investing in is LG because the spindle (?) and other parts are thicker and stronger, compared to the other brands. He stated not to bother with the other premium brands as they would only last 4 or 5 years at best.Unfortunately I need integrated, or I would have bought this.


How about Miele?
Usman_Dar27/08/2020 16:11

How about Miele?


He didn't specifically mention Miele, just said that the LG was the one to go for, or just buy cheap like Beko and expect to change in four or five years.
mario99927/08/2020 16:49

He didn't specifically mention Miele, just said that the LG was the one to …He didn't specifically mention Miele, just said that the LG was the one to go for, or just buy cheap like Beko and expect to change in four or five years.


I didnt say he did. I was asking the question
Nothing on LG website about this model having 5yr warranty
@Funkyboy, click the link that HorseBoxGuy provided: lg.com/uk/…nty

Scroll down to Applicable Products for this Promotion. Click VIew All under the four Washing Machines and this model is the 5th in the group for me.
Thanks OP. I've gotten pretty confused by the mixed opinions on Samsung deals so this looks like the one for me.
Does anyone know if a 10kg can hold a king sized duvet? My 8kg can’t. Thanks
Nuggy9627/08/2020 11:09

what are the wash times like this? All I see at the mo are like 3 hour …what are the wash times like this? All I see at the mo are like 3 hour washes, not a big fan of quick washes...



you can adjust the times by altering the washing temperature/spin speed etc. A typical washing time is around 2.5 hours but it can be shortened at any time even whilst on a current programme.
Funkyboy27/08/2020 19:07

Nothing on LG website about this model having 5yr warranty



its John Lewis selling it. I doubt they would not honour what is on their website
Thanks for posting - cancelled my Series 6 order with Curries and bought this. Then saw the Samsung deal - but decided to stick. So easy to chase ones tail.
Monaco.Blue28/08/2020 00:48

Does anyone know if a 10kg can hold a king sized duvet? My 8kg can’t. T …Does anyone know if a 10kg can hold a king sized duvet? My 8kg can’t. Thanks



a 9kg washes mine but it is a tight squeeze. This has a larger door so should be easier to fit in, even if the drum size is the same. Often the difference of a 9kg and 10kg drum is the size of the ballbearings.
Ordered, was trying to listen to radio over the noise of my Hotpoint spinning and sounding like a bag of spanners, on third set of bearings in four years...delivery next week , really hoping for silence...thanks op for posting, and people's reviews and comments really help...
fiqqer28/08/2020 10:48

a 9kg washes mine but it is a tight squeeze. This has a larger door so …a 9kg washes mine but it is a tight squeeze. This has a larger door so should be easier to fit in, even if the drum size is the same. Often the difference of a 9kg and 10kg drum is the size of the ballbearings.


Mine can fit but the water can’t circulate to wash it properly.
mario99927/08/2020 09:02

Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only …Called an engineer to repair my Beko washing machine who stated the only washing machine worth investing in is LG because the spindle (?) and other parts are thicker and stronger, compared to the other brands. He stated not to bother with the other premium brands as they would only last 4 or 5 years at best.Unfortunately I need integrated, or I would have bought this.


That's weird , I have an AEG washing machine which is approaching 9 years old, never once had a problem with it so it would seem your engineer is full of the brown stuff so to speak
Having said that the bearings have started to squeal a little this week, understandable given that its been hammered by a family of 5/6 for the best part of 9 years ! ... I'm looking at another AEG but would consider this LG with 5 year warranty at around half the price I paid for my AEG (which was £765)
rooney1001/09/2020 09:55

That's weird , I have an AEG washing machine which is approaching 9 years …That's weird , I have an AEG washing machine which is approaching 9 years old, never once had a problem with it so it would seem your engineer is full of the brown stuff so to speak Having said that the bearings have started to squeal a little this week, understandable given that its been hammered by a family of 5/6 for the best part of 9 years ! ... I'm looking at another AEG but would consider this LG with 5 year warranty at around half the price I paid for my AEG (which was £765)


I can't comment on your washing machine, but the guy had no reason to lie as he was not trying to sell me another make or model. He was just trying to advise after repairing machines for many years in our local area.

Ultimately, you buy what is right for you. If you are happy with AEG, then makes sense for you to get another. (unless you want something a bit cheaper).
mario99901/09/2020 11:06

I can't comment on your washing machine, but the guy had no reason to lie …I can't comment on your washing machine, but the guy had no reason to lie as he was not trying to sell me another make or model. He was just trying to advise after repairing machines for many years in our local area. Ultimately, you buy what is right for you. If you are happy with AEG, then makes sense for you to get another. (unless you want something a bit cheaper).



Consider this .... If Beko sold 800k units and the repair guy gets called out 85 times a year to repair BEKO machines and LG sold 100k units and he gets called out just 11 times , which would the engineer tell you is the most unreliable based on his jobs only ?

The Beko of course

Statistically he would be wrong in his advice as the above would suggest that Beko is more reliable.

It is not about the engineer lying , he may well have genuinely believed what he told you. It is just that , without all the figures available to make comparisons he would be unable to provide you with accurate information is all I'm saying.

It stands to reason that a £180 washing machine will likely require more repairs than a £400 one due to cheaper parts used. However when comparing to the likes of AEG / Miele , to say that they will only last 4 to 5 years at best is , frankly, utter garbage to be fair and after a comment like that I would have lost confidence in any of his advice thereafter.
umasood9027/08/2020 13:29

Got it from AO with a 10% NHS discount (£359.10) and quidco tracked …Got it from AO with a 10% NHS discount (£359.10) and quidco tracked cashback (£25.54) making it potentially £333.56!


What is AO
rooney1001/09/2020 12:48

Consider this .... If Beko sold 800k units and the repair guy gets called …Consider this .... If Beko sold 800k units and the repair guy gets called out 85 times a year to repair BEKO machines and LG sold 100k units and he gets called out just 11 times , which would the engineer tell you is the most unreliable based on his jobs only ?The Beko of course ;)Statistically he would be wrong in his advice as the above would suggest that Beko is more reliable.It is not about the engineer lying , he may well have genuinely believed what he told you. It is just that , without all the figures available to make comparisons he would be unable to provide you with accurate information is all I'm saying.It stands to reason that a £180 washing machine will likely require more repairs than a £400 one due to cheaper parts used. However when comparing to the likes of AEG / Miele , to say that they will only last 4 to 5 years at best is , frankly, utter garbage to be fair and after a comment like that I would have lost confidence in any of his advice thereafter.


From what I understood in our brief conversation, he was commenting less on the volume of repairs he was doing, more on the quality of parts being used in modern day washing machines. Both in cheap and expensive machines.

You may have had a good experience with your AEG which may have lasted a number of years, but it doesn't mean everyone will have the same experience. Without seeing breakdown figures of comparative machines, it is not possible to say AEG will last longer than a cheaper make. This is just an assumption on your part.

Anyway, enough discussion about washing machines, Im sure there are more pressing matters in the world.
Edited by: "mario999" 1st Sep
Saima_Khatun01/09/2020 13:30

I can't find that discount :/


What discount are you after? I ordered it a few days ago now.
umasood9001/09/2020 13:34

What discount are you after? I ordered it a few days ago now.


Healthcare discount 10% and AO does not come with 5 years warranty
Saima_Khatun01/09/2020 13:35

Healthcare discount 10% and AO does not come with 5 years warranty


Looks like they've removed the discount. It does come with a 5 year warranty as you take it out with LG themselves.
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