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LG F4J6VY2W Steam 9KG Washing Machine £315.20 w/code @ Hughes Direct ebay
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LG F4J6VY2W Steam 9KG Washing Machine £315.20 w/code @ Hughes Direct ebay

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Dimensions: h850 x w600 x d560mm

This 9kg 1400rpm LG Direct Drive Steam washing machine in white gives you the power of steam technology. Steam technology supports baby steam care, allergy care and steam cotton programmes which deliver thorough cleansing and garment invigoration. Boasting an impressive A+++ energy rating this model is quiet and energy efficient thanks to LG’s Inverter Direct Drive motor which enables greater reliability and efficiency than a traditional belt driven motor. Also, featuring their 6 Motion Direct Drive technology which moves the wash drum in multiple directions giving clothes proper care and an ultra-clean, this model is the ideal choice for your family home.
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BluesFanUK14/07/2019 10:39

Why is this in the gaming section?


Cos washing machines can play games now a days.
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Why is this in the gaming section?
BluesFanUK14/07/2019 10:39

Why is this in the gaming section?


Cos washing machines can play games now a days.
It's got skyrim hasn't it.
Hi, code "PARTY" does't work at the checkout and price remains at 394£... Any idea ?
BluesFanUK14/07/2019 10:39

Why is this in the gaming section?


Says in the title. It’s a steam washing machine
Which washing machine do I buy?
I'm a bloke
The last washing machine lasted 8 years and ended with a lot of loud noise and a bang - probably only cost £250 new but was basic (a man is only interested in putting in dirty clothes, pressing a button/selecting a cycle and pulling out clean clothes) that's what my last machine did until it gained it's angel wings.
Now I've got direct drive, eco bubble, smart, steam, 6 motion and possibly although I've not searched one that nags you if you've put it on cotton whites and it's woollen jumpers.
I just need a new washing machine (been waiting for the deals )
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Edited by: "philphil61" 14th Jul
Shengmeister14/07/2019 10:53

It's got skyrim hasn't it.


Mario kart is coming soon!
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philphil6114/07/2019 12:14

Which washing machine do I buy?I'm a blokeThe last washing machine lasted …Which washing machine do I buy?I'm a blokeThe last washing machine lasted 8 years and ended with a lot of loud noise and a bang - probably only cost £250 new but was basic (a man is only interested in putting in dirty clothes, pressing a button/selecting a cycle and pulling out clean clothes) that's what my last machine did until it gained it's angel wings.Now I've got direct drive, eco bubble, smart, steam, 6 motion and possibly although I've not searched one that nags you if you've put it on cotton whites and it's woollen jumpers.I just need a new washing machine (been waiting for the deals )He l p



avoid hotpoint, indesit, whirlpool (same company) and maybe beko as well

zanussi seem to only give 1 year warranty

samsung eco bubble thing can reduce energy
Bosch are good too. Not sure on LG but generally they are good for standalone washing machines
the bosch may use less water when you put less in it
the steam thing on LG is only fully functional on more expensive models

look to spend between 300 to 400
AzeemB14/07/2019 12:39

avoid hotpoint, indesit, whirlpool (same company) and maybe beko as …avoid hotpoint, indesit, whirlpool (same company) and maybe beko as wellzanussi seem to only give 1 year warrantysamsung eco bubble thing can reduce energyBosch are good too. Not sure on LG but generally they are good for standalone washing machinesthe bosch may use less water when you put less in itthe steam thing on LG is only fully functional on more expensive modelslook to spend between 300 to 400


Thank you for taking the time to respond
philphil6114/07/2019 12:14

Which washing machine do I buy?I'm a blokeThe last washing machine lasted …Which washing machine do I buy?I'm a blokeThe last washing machine lasted 8 years and ended with a lot of loud noise and a bang - probably only cost £250 new but was basic (a man is only interested in putting in dirty clothes, pressing a button/selecting a cycle and pulling out clean clothes) that's what my last machine did until it gained it's angel wings.Now I've got direct drive, eco bubble, smart, steam, 6 motion and possibly although I've not searched one that nags you if you've put it on cotton whites and it's woollen jumpers.I just need a new washing machine (been waiting for the deals )He l p


I would go for LG, Bosch and zanussi. Go for a bigger load as bearings are much stronger.
If you are on a budget a beko with a inverter motor
Should be good enough.
Inverter motor is quiet and long lasting, hence most inverter motors come with a 10 year warranty.
Edited by: "jeti9" 14th Jul
philphil6114/07/2019 12:14

Which washing machine do I buy?I'm a blokeThe last washing machine lasted …Which washing machine do I buy?I'm a blokeThe last washing machine lasted 8 years and ended with a lot of loud noise and a bang - probably only cost £250 new but was basic (a man is only interested in putting in dirty clothes, pressing a button/selecting a cycle and pulling out clean clothes) that's what my last machine did until it gained it's angel wings.Now I've got direct drive, eco bubble, smart, steam, 6 motion and possibly although I've not searched one that nags you if you've put it on cotton whites and it's woollen jumpers.I just need a new washing machine (been waiting for the deals )He l p



You're a bloke so shower in your clothes then go to the pub

Hmmm. My Whirlpool is 10+ years old and rock solid... but then it's 10+ years old and "they don't build things like they used to."

I have a Miele 'hoover' which is built like a tank so I'd recommend that manufacturer but I think they are quite expensive.
Hey guys. In fact, the code "PARTY" doesn't work. Any idea, or this would need to updated to "no longer active".
Gigio_UK15/07/2019 12:10

Hey guys. In fact, the code "PARTY" doesn't work. Any idea, or this would …Hey guys. In fact, the code "PARTY" doesn't work. Any idea, or this would need to updated to "no longer active".



It wasn't working for me earlier today either, apparently they are having issues with it that they know about and trying to resolve. I left it a while, tried again and then I could get the code added successfully. Keep trying every now and then.
Gigio_UK15/07/2019 12:10

Hey guys. In fact, the code "PARTY" doesn't work. Any idea, or this would …Hey guys. In fact, the code "PARTY" doesn't work. Any idea, or this would need to updated to "no longer active".


Just bought this product and it has now worked for me.

Thanks OP, heat added.
I bought this machine for £365 two months ago. I honestly can't figure out what benefit this steam functionality has.

If you need a new washing machine and ~£350 is your budget, I would go for a machine that offers a 5 year parts and labour guarantee. Only Samsung and LG offer this in this price range. Of the 2 the LG has better reliability than the Samsung. So this narrows the choice down to the cheapest LG machine you can find with a 5 year guarantee which happens to be this steam model.
Edited by: "pototea" 18th Jul
I wonder if I can go back to AO and ask them to reduce the price we paid (£399.00) further to match this one or else we return it to them...
...and purchase this one
But do they match with retailers on Ebay... That is the Big Question...
jeti914/07/2019 15:43

I would go for LG, Bosch and zanussi. Go for a bigger load as bearings are …I would go for LG, Bosch and zanussi. Go for a bigger load as bearings are much stronger.If you are on a budget a beko with a inverter motorShould be good enough.


Thank you

I went for the Bosch hotukdeals.com/dea…628

Got it Friday morning - done 3 loads already and I'm amazed at how damn quiet the thing is.... the loudest noise is the beeping at the end to tell you it's finished.

My only concerns was the 4 transport bolts were bent slightly - contacted seller who contacted technicians - so long as drum span easily all should be good.

I did have a concern about how the delay timer worked because I thought trying to set it to finish before E7 tariff ends without disturbing sleep would be an issue but as stated ^^^up there^^^...it's so darn quiet it can start within the 1st hour E7 tariff starts

So thank you again for your advice
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