SAMSUNG WW90J5456FW/EU 9 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White or Graphite with 5 Years Warranty  £389.00  Currys with code
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SAMSUNG WW90J5456FW/EU 9 kg 1400 Spin Washing Machine - White or Graphite with 5 Years Warranty £389.00 Currys with code

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Edited by:"pavel76"Found 16th Aug
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Great price for this new model

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Samsung in Asia is very popular and a common household brand. My parents home in Singapore have Samsung led tv, washing machine and fridge. They dont really have any problem with them and they do last long. However, I found that the Samsung here was mostly made in Polish and I had nightmare with Samsung washing machine. Had to call service engineer 3 times after we got it within the 3 months. Big argument with them and finally got changed twice and the machine is still working fine for 2 years now.
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This or LG steam direct drive from Argos £399

Samsung has a 5 year guarantee,i know which i would go for.

All paid reviews on this machine and it’s funny how nobody has a bad word to say about it

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Manufacturer fault with this model in that the rubber seal traps items of clothing that stay trapped throughout the wash cycle... Samsung refused to honour the agreement and said to use netted bags..

Would never buy Samsung again and 5 year warranty means nothing. Had engineers out twice a year every year then Samsung refused to continue to cover it. Had to get currys to take it over. Even with that 4 years in we got rid of it. Paid £500 for it. Same model listed.

Had 3 leaks and continuously smelt no matter what we did. Cleaned hoses. Washing machine clean. Soda Crystals. Bleach. The lot. Bought a £330 Beko. Massive improvement.

Every engineer from currys know how all said stay away from Samsung. Awful to work on and poorly made.

Thinking of buying this Beko currys.co.uk/gbu…tml This is 8kg and 1400 spin.I have a Beko at the moment and its lasted nearly 8 years without going wrong and its used twice a day.Think i will store the new one.Its only just over £200 and everywhere else over £300.

LOL_851 h, 32 m ago

Would never buy Samsung again and 5 year warranty means nothing. Had …Would never buy Samsung again and 5 year warranty means nothing. Had engineers out twice a year every year then Samsung refused to continue to cover it. Had to get currys to take it over. Even with that 4 years in we got rid of it. Paid £500 for it. Same model listed.

This is a new model, released recently... not available 4 years ago... not saying that you may not have had problems with your one, but you should stick to the facts.

the.porter5 h, 13 m ago

This or LG steam direct drive from Argos £399


I'm facing the same predicament... the extended warranty on this sounds appealing.
Plus there are no online reviews of the LG.
Edited by: "mikeyfive" 16th Aug

Samsung in Asia is very popular and a common household brand. My parents home in Singapore have Samsung led tv, washing machine and fridge. They dont really have any problem with them and they do last long. However, I found that the Samsung here was mostly made in Polish and I had nightmare with Samsung washing machine. Had to call service engineer 3 times after we got it within the 3 months. Big argument with them and finally got changed twice and the machine is still working fine for 2 years now.

Finally a good deal for washing machine,after few rubbish deals for Candy,Indesit etc..
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Bought an LG with 5 year years and now regret. Please avoid touch panel controls - a gimmick that will leave you with untold misery.

319 minutes for 60C wash!?

already posted.

the.porter7 h, 43 m ago

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Can you post the rest of the Which review please?

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the.porter9 m ago

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Does it end up receiving a 'Which Best Buy' then?

Thanks for that, I think I'll go for this one now... was supposed to be getting that steam-wash Argos one delivered on Monday but Argos couldn't read a postcode and delivered it to the wrong address and can't redeliver until next Tuesday...
So, it appears every cloud has a silver lining.
Edited by: "mikeyfive" 16th Aug

Is this washer better than the LG FH4U2VCN2 9kg Washing machine £399 @ Currys?

ministrymason6 m ago

Is this washer better than the LG FH4U2VCN2 9kg Washing machine £399 @ …Is this washer better than the LG FH4U2VCN2 9kg Washing machine £399 @ Currys?


That's £650 now.

mikeyfive1 m ago

That's £650 now.

I ordered it last night for £389 but they haven't said when it will be delivered yet. Should I cancel and get this one?

These are utter rubbish. Worked on these before. Mostly made in Eastern Europe and Turkey. Lots of problems with the electronics boards and wiring issues. Please stay well clear.

ministrymason12 m ago

I ordered it last night for £389 but they haven't said when it will be …I ordered it last night for £389 but they haven't said when it will be delivered yet. Should I cancel and get this one?


I wouldn't if I were you. I tried to buy the LG but it wasn't available for delivery in my postcode... just make sure you remember to register it for the extended warranty.
I suspect the LG and this Samsung will be almost identical in performance.

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mikeyfive45 m ago

Does it end up receiving a 'Which Best Buy' then?Thanks for that, I think …Does it end up receiving a 'Which Best Buy' then?Thanks for that, I think I'll go for this one now... was supposed to be getting that steam-wash Argos one delivered on Monday but Argos couldn't read a postcode and delivered it to the wrong address and can't redeliver until next Tuesday...So, it appears every cloud has a silver lining.

the.porter5 m ago

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Thank you
Think I'll go for this over the LG, I'm half-tempted to spend the extra and get the Samsung Add-wash WW80K6414QW ... I don't suppose they've reviewed that one in Which?
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mikeyfive8 m ago

Thank you Think I'll go for this over the LG, I'm half-tempted …Thank you Think I'll go for this over the LG, I'm half-tempted to spend the extra and get the Samsung Add-wash WW80K6414QW ... I don't suppose they've reviewed that one in Which?


No mate they haven’t tested that model as yet,I think I will go for the LG at Argos I would of had the Currys LG but like you oos,I trust LG stuff more :

the.porter41 m ago

No mate they haven’t tested that model as yet,I think I will go for the LG …No mate they haven’t tested that model as yet,I think I will go for the LG at Argos I would of had the Currys LG but like you oos,I trust LG stuff more :


hahaha! I really can't decide what to do now... only thing, with hindsight, that put me off the LG is the speed 30 wash, which seems to be a feature of the lower-end LG washers, as opposed to the fast 14 wash on the higher end models (and the 399 Currys LG)
I only really use the quick washes and am a little concerned it's going to be limited on the Argos LG.
Two weeks ago I neither new, or cared anything about washing machines, now I spend most of my waking hours thinking about them
Edited by: "mikeyfive" 16th Aug

Keyser009877 h, 13 m ago

Manufacturer fault with this model in that the rubber seal traps items of …Manufacturer fault with this model in that the rubber seal traps items of clothing that stay trapped throughout the wash cycle... Samsung refused to honour the agreement and said to use netted bags..


It actually says in the manual to use washing bags, how is that a fault?

mikeyfive35 m ago

I wouldn't if I were you. I tried to buy the LG but it wasn't available …I wouldn't if I were you. I tried to buy the LG but it wasn't available for delivery in my postcode... just make sure you remember to register it for the extended warranty.I suspect the LG and this Samsung will be almost identical in performance.

They haven't even given me a delivery date yet. Think it's just when it becomes available. Don't know if to wait or just cancel. I assume they are very similar. Seem it from the specs

I use to swear by Bosch but even they are rubbish value given the price you pay for them - sealed drums where you cant replace the bearings, you have to replace the whole drum when bearings can be had for £10 v £240, criminal!!! Samsung error codes once the 2 years warranty is up (granted they have extended to 5 yrs for this but do you want the misery) requiring a new PCB only to repeat itself 2 years later, Miele are well built but they are not without fault and given the initial price you pay its simply not worth it - all the big brands = beyond economical repair once something fails.

If you have not experienced any of this, then you have been lucky - I think Beko and those type of brands are good value in the long run.

One thing is for certain - do not buy anything with a sealed drum (google model number with "bearing kit" to see if its replaceable) otherwise be prepared to throw it out as for the price of a drum you can have new washing machine, and that doesnt even include labour costs if your not handy.

Reviews are for "when new" no measurement of reliability, and lets face it from £150 one to £500 - they all do the same job i.e. wash your clothes.
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ministrymason19 m ago

They haven't even given me a delivery date yet. Think it's just when it …They haven't even given me a delivery date yet. Think it's just when it becomes available. Don't know if to wait or just cancel. I assume they are very similar. Seem it from the specs


Seriously, stick with the LG. It's a really well rated machine. Especially with the extra warranty.

scooby5555 m ago

I use to swear by Bosch but even they are rubbish value given the price …I use to swear by Bosch but even they are rubbish value given the price you pay for them - sealed drums where you cant replace the bearings, you have to replace the whole drum when bearings can be had for £10 v £240, criminal!!! Samsung error codes once the 2 years warranty is up requiring a new PCB only to repeat itself 2 years later, Miele are well built but they are not without fault and given the initial price you pay its simply not worth it - all the big brands = beyond economical repair once something fails. If you have not experienced any of this, then you have been lucky - I think Beko and those type of brands are good value in the long run, inc this deal!One thing is for certain - do not buy anything with a sealed drum (google model number with "bearing kit" to see if its replaceable) otherwise be prepared to throw it out as for the price of a drum you can have new washing machine, and that doesnt even include labour costs if your not handy.


Yeah, my old washer that's recently broken was a Bosch (rebadged as a Samsung) that was still perfect after 20odd years until the door catch mechanism went. Brilliant bit of kit.
I'm really off the idea of a Samsung after reading the problems with the circuitry and drum seal rotting / catching... even with the extended warranty I think I'm going to go for the LG.

Get an Argos cheapie £130 - £150 and get the 4 years warranty £80 (if you want) - makes more economic sense, sick of these big brands making mugs of the consumer, if you have an old washer and its working - trust me, keep it, they really dont make them like they use to (granted they dont cost as much either). My Bosch £500 washer got a Which award of the year but now its a write off after less than 4 years as the drum is sealed and I did the research and it had all rave reviews.

scooby55516 m ago

Get an Argos cheapie £130 - £150 and get the 4 years warranty £80 (if you w …Get an Argos cheapie £130 - £150 and get the 4 years warranty £80 (if you want) - makes more economic sense, sick of these big brands making mugs of the consumer, if you have an old washer and its working - trust me, keep it, they really dont make them like they use to (granted they dont cost as much either). My Bosch £500 washer got a Which award of the year but now its a write off after less than 4 years as the drum is sealed and I did the research and it had all rave reviews.


I'm gonna stick with my LG, £350. If it breaks after the warranty, it's still a pretty cheap option.
Might just buy a new door mech for the old Samsung, tbh

MSK.52 m ago

It actually says in the manual to use washing bags, how is that a fault?

For small items yes ...not for long sleeve shirts is doesn't though ....

The fault lies solely in the rubber seal that can trap items of clothing including the arms of shirts

Quite a common occurrence on some forums

mikeyfive3 m ago

I'm gonna stick with my LG, £350. If it breaks after the warranty, it's …I'm gonna stick with my LG, £350. If it breaks after the warranty, it's still a pretty cheap option.Might just buy a new door mech for the old Samsung, tbh


Ebay or gumtree it, £20, no brainer.

scooby55549 m ago

Ebay or gumtree it, £20, no brainer.


Already shopped around for it, cheapest I can get it for is £50, still worth it I guess.

the.porter9 h, 34 m ago

No mate they haven’t tested that model as yet,I think I will go for the LG …No mate they haven’t tested that model as yet,I think I will go for the LG at Argos I would of had the Currys LG but like you oos,I trust LG stuff more :


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