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LG Steam 9KG F4J6VY2W Washing Machine £369 / LG Steam F4J6JY1W 10KG Washing Machine + 5 year warranty £389 with code @ Marks Electrical
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Refreshed 5th May 2019 (Posted 4th May 2019)Edited by:"devinn"

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The LG 9KG F4J6VY2W Washing Machine with Steam Technology cleans garments while keeping them in pristine condition.

This model is one of LG's innovative SmartThinQ appliances which lets you to start and stop a load of washing while away from home. This innovation enables you to download 20 wash programmes through using Cycle Download. These include programmes such as Baby Wear, Gym Clothes, and Colour Care.

The TrueSteam feature can be used to freshen garments as well as reduce odours and creases. This state-of-the-art feature works by penetrating fabrics with steam to eliminate allergens and give them a deep clean.

Features of the LG 9KG F4J6VY2W Washing Machine with Steam Technology

The Pause & Add Item feature allows you to stop the machine within seconds to add additional garments.
Improve efficiency with the reliable Inverter Direct Drive Motor.
6 Motion Direct Drive technology ensures a powerful wash performance.
Smart Diagnosis helps to diagnose and solve problems.
Reduce creasing in clothes using the Variable Spin speed feature.

LG F4J6JY1W 10KG Washing Machine with Steam and Inverter Direct Drive Motor

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Forget the Samsung, this is the one.
Heat...and not just for the steam. Brilliant washing machine - brilliant find at this price. We can not fault this washer, our first one lasted 12 years with no breakdown. Second one purchased 3 years ago at same price from Costco. Would recommend highly
what does the steam do? reduce iroing?
StuartAird1 h, 16 m ago

what does the steam do? reduce iroing?


Interested to know also!
StuartAird1 h, 32 m ago

what does the steam do? reduce iroing?


LG mainly promote it for killing bacteria and microbes. However you can run it to freshen clothes that aren't really dirty (e.g. they've just picked up some food smells or something) or to help creases drop out (reduce ironing) - which is how Bosch sells their steam function.
Purchased this one a couple of days ago, so impressed and it is so quiet.
Is it worth the extra for the 10kg over 9kg??
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Great washer btw I think I got it a similar price from Currys a few years ago. Heat
Edited by: "wizowes" 5th May 2019
Needed a new washing machine. Thanks.
I bought this a few days ago and have used it for 3x loads so far.

I can't say I notice much difference in the amount of clothes that can fit in between my previous siemens 7kg machine and the 9kg lg I bought so I'm not sure paying more for the 10kg is worthwhile.

The cotton wash at 60'c took 4 hours and the timer is up to 19 hours. My previous Siemens was 24 hour timer which i realised was actually much better based on the way I use the timer on my machine. I usually put the machine on in the evening after my bath ready to finish when I get home from work the next day. I bought my Siemens 10 years ago from ebay for £270 on an ebay auction amd was gutted when it broke down. To buy the same quality now costs £600.

The LG is a nice quiete machine though. I need to level the feet as it vibrates quite a bit. For a machine with a 5 year guarantee I think this LG is one of the best available in the mid £300 price range.
Edited by: "pototea" 5th May 2019
The link takes me to a 9k LG, that can't be right?
pototea05/05/2019 19:15

I bought this a few days ago and have used it for 3x loads so far.I can't …I bought this a few days ago and have used it for 3x loads so far.I can't say I notice much difference in the amount of clothes that can fit in between my previous siemens 7kg machine and the 9kg lg I bought so I'm not sure paying more for the 10kg is worthwhile.The cotton wash at 60'c took 4 hours and the timer is up to 19 hours. My previous Siemens was 24 hour timer which i realised was actually much better based on the way I use the timer on my machine. I usually put the machine on in the evening after my bath ready to finish when I get home from work the next day. I bought my Siemens 10 years ago from ebay for £270 on an ebay auction amd was gutted when it broke down. To buy the same quality now costs £600.The LG is a nice quiete machine though. I need to level the feet as it vibrates quite a bit. For a machine with a 5 year guarantee I think this LG is one of the best available in the mid £300 price range.


The kg capacity refers to dry weight of clothes the machine is set up to wash , you can stick 13kg in a 10kg machine but it will wash far less efficiently using more water, electricity and time etc.
So a 9kg machine may have a bigger drum than a 10kg one.
MIDURIX05/05/2019 19:46

The kg capacity refers to dry weight of clothes the machine is set up to …The kg capacity refers to dry weight of clothes the machine is set up to wash , you can stick 13kg in a 10kg machine but it will wash far less efficiently using more water, electricity and time etc.So a 9kg machine may have a bigger drum than a 10kg one.


won't a 10kg drum be bigger than a 9kg?
Edited by: "Rich_T" 5th May 2019
Rich_T05/05/2019 19:50

won't a 10kg drum be bigger than a 9kg?


Not necessarily. I am replying to someone who didn't see much difference between what they could fit into a 7kg machine compared to their new 9kg machine. A 7kg machine could have a 200 litre capacity (I just made that figure up) and a 9kg machine could have a 180 litre capacity. The kg rating is as I said based on how much dry clothes a machine can wash optimally. Yes generally a higher kg rating will generally mean a bigger drum capacity, but not necessarily.
Edited by: "MIDURIX" 5th May 2019
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Steam function ace for work shirts, bedding etc. Really freshens them up.
devinn48 m ago

Yes its right, i put the 10kg link in the description, here it is …Yes its right, i put the 10kg link in the description, here it is https://markselectrical.co.uk/F4J6JY1W_LG-Steam-and-Inverter-Direct-Drive-Motor.html?referrer=AffiliateGateway


Thank you very much...
MIDURIX2 h, 45 m ago

Not necessarily. I am replying to someone who didn't see much difference …Not necessarily. I am replying to someone who didn't see much difference between what they could fit into a 7kg machine compared to their new 9kg machine. A 7kg machine could have a 200 litre capacity (I just made that figure up) and a 9kg machine could have a 180 litre capacity. The kg rating is as I said based on how much dry clothes a machine can wash optimally. Yes generally a higher kg rating will generally mean a bigger drum capacity, but not necessarily.



thanks for clearing that up!
MIDURIX05/05/2019 20:09

Not necessarily. I am replying to someone who didn't see much difference …Not necessarily. I am replying to someone who didn't see much difference between what they could fit into a 7kg machine compared to their new 9kg machine. A 7kg machine could have a 200 litre capacity (I just made that figure up) and a 9kg machine could have a 180 litre capacity. The kg rating is as I said based on how much dry clothes a machine can wash optimally. Yes generally a higher kg rating will generally mean a bigger drum capacity, but not necessarily.


That makes more sense now given the physical dimensions of the machine were no bigger. I thought I was going crazy for a second when the amount of clothes I was washing wasn't any different between the old 7kg and new 9kg machine I have!

Makes me wonder even though the machine states 9kg - is it even possible to add 9kg of items to the drum? I weighed my dry towels and filling the drum came to 5kg.
pototea1 h, 25 m ago

That makes more sense now given the physical dimensions of the machine …That makes more sense now given the physical dimensions of the machine were no bigger. I thought I was going crazy for a second when the amount of clothes I was washing wasn't any different between the old 7kg and new 9kg machine I have!Makes me wonder even though the machine states 9kg - is it even possible to add 9kg of items to the drum? I weighed my dry towels and filling the drum came to 5kg.


I know, it is tricky to actually get near that weight. A 10kg machine can take 30 t shirts and 15 pairs of jeans all together, but I would never dream of putting anywhere near that much in it.
pototea05/05/2019 19:15

I bought this a few days ago and have used it for 3x loads so far.I can't …I bought this a few days ago and have used it for 3x loads so far.I can't say I notice much difference in the amount of clothes that can fit in between my previous siemens 7kg machine and the 9kg lg I bought so I'm not sure paying more for the 10kg is worthwhile.The cotton wash at 60'c took 4 hours and the timer is up to 19 hours. My previous Siemens was 24 hour timer which i realised was actually much better based on the way I use the timer on my machine. I usually put the machine on in the evening after my bath ready to finish when I get home from work the next day. I bought my Siemens 10 years ago from ebay for £270 on an ebay auction amd was gutted when it broke down. To buy the same quality now costs £600.The LG is a nice quiete machine though. I need to level the feet as it vibrates quite a bit. For a machine with a 5 year guarantee I think this LG is one of the best available in the mid £300 price range.


You can buy rubber stoppers for the feet dampens the vibrations a lot

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gavin.simon22/05/2019 21:34

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yea the code has expired but you might be able to get this at 15% off on ebay on friday with the code thats been posted on here, although im not sure if it would include a 5 year warranty if bought through ebay
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