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Post# 244384   10/24/2007 at 14:45 (4,166 days old) by samsungfl (United Kingdom/London )        

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Hey Guys,
Just wondered if anyone has had any experience with Washer Dryers as we are thinking of putting the Zanussi onto Ebay and buying a new machine. I was thinking of getting the AEG LAVAMAT TURBO 16830 as its quite feature packed with a 7kilo capacity drum :)

Any opinions welcome!:)

Richard


Post# 244394 , Reply# 1   10/24/2007 at 15:39 (4,166 days old) by peteski50 (New York)        
Washer Dryer Or Not?!

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I wish they made them in America
Peter


Post# 244408 , Reply# 2   10/24/2007 at 17:07 (4,166 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

I'd sure get one! I like the AEG washers, plus I love washer-dryers. That's a shame that it has a water condensor!

Post# 244409 , Reply# 3   10/24/2007 at 17:07 (4,166 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

I'd sure get one! I like the AEG washers, plus I love washer-dryers. That's a shame that it has a water condensor!

Post# 244410 , Reply# 4   10/24/2007 at 17:08 (4,166 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

I'd get htat AEG for sure! It's a nice machine IMHO, plus I love washer-dryers, the only shame is that it has a water condensor.

Post# 244420 , Reply# 5   10/24/2007 at 18:49 (4,165 days old) by funguy10 ()        

Why is that a shame?

Post# 244494 , Reply# 6   10/25/2007 at 00:56 (4,165 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        
Water condensor

Ops! Triple post!!! I tought my message wan't even posted once!
It's otrageous that the machine uses less then 50 litres of water to wash and around 80 to dry a load when it could simply vent the moist air out or use an air condensor like most EU dryers do, I feel it's just a waste of resoursces. But said that I love combo machines so I'd still go and buy it without doubts.


Post# 244722 , Reply# 7   10/26/2007 at 10:22 (4,164 days old) by fa_f3_20 ()        

I was going to post in the "dream appliance" thread that my ideal dryer would be one that could be set up to exhaust in the summer, and use a condensor with a heat pump in the winter to put the heat back in the house.

Post# 244736 , Reply# 8   10/26/2007 at 12:45 (4,164 days old) by newwave1 (Lincoln, United Kingdom)        

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Hey richard,
Nice choice with the aeg! Washer/dryers are good when used properly! I have 2 in my garage that work wonderfully! Go for it! Staying with the electrolux group then?

Darren


Post# 244775 , Reply# 9   10/26/2007 at 17:07 (4,164 days old) by samsungfl (United Kingdom/London )        

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Hey Darren

Yeah I'll be sticking with the Electrolux group! Thought I'd be getting it quite soon because the Zanussi has been dreadfull this past week or so! however it seems to be calming down slightly now so the Washer/dryer will have to go on hold lol :(:(!!,
Thanx for posting

Richard





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