Zanussi A+ Upright Under Counter Freezer £79 delivered @ Co-op Electrical eBay
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Zanussi A+ Upright Under Counter Freezer £79 delivered @ Co-op Electrical eBay

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Found 30th May
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DO NOT BUY- i was just googling this and which have listed it as a do not buy due to the plastic back being a fire risk.

Sorry Op i actually thought it was a brilliant deal but after Grenfell im giving this a miss.

Apparently Zanussi are upgrading this model to meet fire standards...
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Good deal. Usually around £200 and well reviewed.
Damn good price that for a decent freezer
DO NOT BUY- i was just googling this and which have listed it as a do not buy due to the plastic back being a fire risk.

Sorry Op i actually thought it was a brilliant deal but after Grenfell im giving this a miss.

Apparently Zanussi are upgrading this model to meet fire standards...
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Sunshine2612 h, 36 m ago

DO NOT BUY- i was just googling this and which have listed it as a do not …DO NOT BUY- i was just googling this and which have listed it as a do not buy due to the plastic back being a fire risk.Sorry Op i actually thought it was a brilliant deal but after Grenfell im giving this a miss. Apparently Zanussi are upgrading this model to meet fire standards...


To be fair, it does say that it's no more likely to burst into flames compared to other fridges, it's just that the flames will spread more quickly due to the materials used.
Wouldn't have one again. Bought this 12 months ago and I had to defrost it every 2 months. Inside at top kept clogging up with ice. Contacted Zanussi but they were no help. Tiny storage volume also. Sold it after 6 months and bought a Beko frost free, no hassle and huge storage volume.
richie591 h, 5 m ago

Wouldn't have one again. Bought this 12 months ago and I had to … Wouldn't have one again. Bought this 12 months ago and I had to defrost it every 2 months. Inside at top kept clogging up with ice. Contacted Zanussi but they were no help. Tiny storage volume also. Sold it after 6 months and bought a Beko frost free, no hassle and huge storage volume.


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Op did good..it was a brilliant price-a good find.
Just makes you think twice about buying something though knowing its classed as a fire risk.
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Norseg3 h, 51 m ago

I don't agree with that, jokes are just jokes, you can't tell a funny joke …I don't agree with that, jokes are just jokes, you can't tell a funny joke without no one at all being offended in some way


Absolutely. Too bloody many these days are professional offense takers (the usual suspects)
Sunshine2633 m ago

Op did good..it was a brilliant price-a good find. Just makes you think …Op did good..it was a brilliant price-a good find. Just makes you think twice about buying something though knowing its classed as a fire risk.


We’ve been buying 24/7 running fridge/freezers for 50 years and they have got safer over that time. Grenfell is about the complete and utter top of the iceberg of how Labour and Tories have run our public services to crap (it’s also completely heartbreaking both situations). But you’ll find all them MPs retired well with pensions and non contributory second London homes & a lot more cash from external through connections through public service.

Anyone can get free fire alarms from their local Fire Service or buy on.

And check the dates on them - my social landlords electric one was months out of date! The sparky took 1 minute to slide the facia off and replace it.

Electrical wires in stud walls are fire risks themselves and we throw up cardboard houses.

If you have anything on 24/7 it’s a risk so have a fire alarm, even one extra where your broadband router is - power surges can come down a copper phone line and effect a router plugged into mains power.

I sleep with my lounge door wide open so the hall fire alarm would pick up anything to do with my router, I also sleep with a window open on the latch for the gas boiler & the fridge/freezer that’s plugged in 24/7 makes sure I leave ajar again for the hall alarm.

Its called fire health and safety safety for the home, I may pay slightly more costs in heating but the simple fact is if you ain’t sleeping on the ground floor take all preventive action with fire safety. I have a fire blanket in my kitchen and like commercial it should be mandatory, especially when you sell a house.

I’m on the top of a block, 4th floor, suspended concrete floors - older blocks don’t have that luxury and fire alarms/safety and block evacuation should be a priority and be handled by everyone but one person has to stand up and be a main ringleader - be that person, call the fire brigade and ask them to come do a flat assessment & block evacuation plan with you, you’ll find when one person takes the lead the rest generally follow.

Think about your home and plan ahead, you can minimise the smallest risks in life, you can start again with no insurance coverage with smoke/fire damage but you can’t replace a mammal.

As I said be that person, especially if you live in a old flat or have young or old dependents with you even once a week/month/year because their life is in YOUR hands the householder.
I bought a Zanussi fridge/freezer from John Lewis - came with a 2 year warranty, but it stopped cooling abou 2 months after the warranty ran out! Now I just use it as a food storage cabinet.
jhw10 m ago

I bought a Zanussi fridge/freezer from John Lewis - came with a 2 year …I bought a Zanussi fridge/freezer from John Lewis - came with a 2 year warranty, but it stopped cooling abou 2 months after the warranty ran out! Now I just use it as a food storage cabinet.


I use my old range cooker oven as a cupboard pending the new kitchen LOL Halogen oven from Argos does a better job
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