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F&P Agitator size
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Post# 485926   1/2/2011 at 20:14 (4,913 days old) by spinspeed (Far North New South Wales Australia (originally London UK))        

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I have a large 9kg F&P Intuitive TL washer and a small 5kg older model smart drive washer. I only noticed yesterday that the agitators in both machines are exactly the same size. Always assumed they would differ according to the size of machine they were in. I guess it explains why the movement of the laundry in the smaller washer is much much more dramatic than in the larger 9kg model.




Post# 485990 , Reply# 1   1/3/2011 at 02:49 (4,913 days old) by ronhic (Canberra, Australia)        

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Interestingly though, it doesn't seem to impact significantly on the ability of the larger machine to clean effectively if the latest choice tests are anything to go by....sure, there is a couple of percentage points difference in cleaning ability, but we're talking only 3% or so, so given that the unassisted eye cannot see differences of less than 6%, it doesn't matter...


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