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Post# 290771   7/14/2008 at 23:21 (3,381 days old) by peteski50 (New York)        

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Almost 2 months ago I posted stating malber is supposed to come out with a new combo a malber 2000. I just heard these models are about to be released and they told me they would send me information. I have yet to see it and they don't know what stores will sell it yet. I did get this link from AMRoyal but I can't find it anywhere else. It looks like their p21 washer so maybe the picture is false. The capacity is decieving because one part says it holds 11 pounds and in another part the capacity says 17 1/2. Any comments or information is appreciated.


Post# 290777 , Reply# 1   7/15/2008 at 03:20 (3,381 days old) by peteski50 (New York)        

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Glen (Dadoes) was kind enough to send me this link. Can anyone comment? Where does this machine come from? I am not crazy about having to deal with all electronics. Like I said before seems like a lack of control for setting wash time. I could be mistaken. Any comments from Europe would be appreciated.


Post# 290793 , Reply# 2   7/15/2008 at 06:19 (3,381 days old) by toggleswitch2 ()        

I had an Italian-made Malber Comb-o-matic washer-dryer, but mine was vented.
I found it was a good machine, and had no issues other than (by necessity on 110v) low wattage and slow drying.

Peter, if you want a regular electric dryer to be used on 110v, let me know and I will make for you my (*cough*)famous conversion plug extension cord. In this way, it is non-invasive to the dryer. If you chose to go this route with separate washer and dryer, the dryer needs to have an electronic (sensor)drynes monitor/contol system.

I still say put a vented gas dryer next to your stove where the washer was orignally (ducks and runs!)

Best regards, and be well!

Post# 290795 , Reply# 3   7/15/2008 at 07:05 (3,381 days old) by seamusuk (Dover Kent UK)        
Holy Cr@p!

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Nearly 700 for a Servis washer dryer *FAINTS*

Thats more than twice what it would cost here!

And lets just say Servis /Antonio Merloni machines are not the greatest for reliability lol


Post# 290798 , Reply# 4   7/15/2008 at 07:31 (3,381 days old) by toggleswitch2 ()        

oh yes dear sir, any size or style that is not "the norm" becomes might expensive in these here parts.

Post# 290997 , Reply# 5   7/16/2008 at 10:25 (3,379 days old) by seamusuk (Dover Kent UK)        
It works the other way....

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Hey Steve

A standard US Whirlpool top loader is the best part of 500/$950 over here...

You can faint now lol!!


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