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Post# 266883   2/27/2008 at 12:27 (3,523 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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Found some nice frigidaire washers from the frigdaire international site, they have my favorite drum style that the older aristons had.i thought they stopped making this drum style.




Post# 266884 , Reply# 1   2/27/2008 at 12:29 (3,523 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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heres another one, not sure if these ones are actually made by electrolux as they dont have the electrolux drum or look anything like an electrolux, what does everyone else think.

Post# 266891 , Reply# 2   2/27/2008 at 13:37 (3,523 days old) by tuthill ()        

is that the same drum style of the fridGEmores? i love those machines (we used to have one) but they don't last very long at all...

Post# 266896 , Reply# 3   2/27/2008 at 14:02 (3,523 days old) by aldspinboy (Philadelphia, Pa)        

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Hello the american models Electrolux made Frig,G.E.,kenmore,wascomat.washers does not have that drum, our drums have no holes in the back & have a 16 pound capacity verses a 13 pound drum european models use... that drum is also in bosch & advanti washers. With the holes in the back. Darren k

Post# 266999 , Reply# 4   2/28/2008 at 09:58 (3,522 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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thats not the exact same drum as the bosch machines it similar but not the same.

Post# 267023 , Reply# 5   2/28/2008 at 12:22 (3,522 days old) by aldspinboy (Philadelphia, Pa)        

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Hello luke nice to met you thanks for the correction, what is different about the bosch wash drum the baffles? the 24" models in the USA that is... iv'e seen the the ariston iv'e sold them they have light blue baffles that's the difference that iv'e seen are they different in europe? Thanks again Darren k

Post# 267031 , Reply# 6   2/28/2008 at 13:02 (3,522 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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The difference is the back of the drum, here is a comparison picture that i made, the one on the left is the bosch and the one on the right is the drum in the above frigidaire models.

Post# 267052 , Reply# 7   2/28/2008 at 15:12 (3,522 days old) by aldspinboy (Philadelphia, Pa)        

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Cool ! Thanks luke.

Post# 267121 , Reply# 8   2/28/2008 at 19:49 (3,521 days old) by pulsator (Saint Joseph, MI)        

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The Ariston drum looks exactly like the drum found in my Haier frontload washer:

Post# 267122 , Reply# 9   2/28/2008 at 19:49 (3,521 days old) by pulsator (Saint Joseph, MI)        

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Here's the exterior of the machine:

Post# 267591 , Reply# 10   3/2/2008 at 12:45 (3,519 days old) by ariston4life ((Dublin) Ireland)        

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iVe been looking for a proper clear picture of the ariston drum, tanks pulsator, any chance of some more.




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