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Post# 564311   12/20/2011 at 15:08 (4,372 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Just love a washer with a really high rinse water level.

Post# 564313 , Reply# 1   12/20/2011 at 15:14 (4,372 days old) by dj-gabriele ()        

Oh, that feels so Candy-ish :)
I just love the one at home!

Post# 564316 , Reply# 2   12/20/2011 at 15:26 (4,372 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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My all time favourite. The very solid Hoover Performa - Quattro drum.

Post# 564319 , Reply# 3   12/20/2011 at 15:31 (4,372 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Drum lifters. It's not often these fall off like they do on Indesit made machines.

Post# 564323 , Reply# 4   12/20/2011 at 15:46 (4,372 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Hoover OPH714D. I love this control panel. It counts down as it should & never adds extra time on.

Post# 564442 , Reply# 5   12/21/2011 at 03:13 (4,371 days old) by HotpointFan (United Kingdom)        

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My grandma has exactly the same as you and it gives her nothing but problems! The last minute of spinning lasts for up to 8!

Here is a link of the Rapid 29'


P.S: I love the Hoover/Candy rinse levels :)


Post# 564447 , Reply# 6   12/21/2011 at 04:42 (4,371 days old) by henrypeter21 ()        
Water Level on my Zanussi...

The high water level for the main wash and rinses. I Believe that the pressure switch in my zanussi is set to F2.

Post# 564489 , Reply# 7   12/21/2011 at 10:39 (4,371 days old) by Tomturbomatic (Beltsville, MD)        
Me Too!

I have my Mieles programmed for high rinse fill levels and I activate the "Super Wash" switch on my Creda after the wash water drains to get higher fill levels for the rinses.

Post# 564870 , Reply# 8   12/23/2011 at 16:50 (4,369 days old) by nrones ()        
Here's from me and my Candy

Just when I went into bathroom, and saw the rinse level, I thought of this thread and quickly grabbed a phone to take a pic :)

Post# 564871 , Reply# 9   12/23/2011 at 16:57 (4,369 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Oh my god CANDY KNOWS HOW to do rinsing. Thanks nrones for posting this. CANDY CAN DO.

Post# 564872 , Reply# 10   12/23/2011 at 17:01 (4,369 days old) by aeg03 (London, UK)        

Rinse level in our Indesit IWD5123, maybe not as high as your Hoover but its higher than wot I'm used to in our previous AEG that relied on its jet to saturate the load.

Post# 564877 , Reply# 11   12/23/2011 at 17:24 (4,369 days old) by Haxisfan (Europe - UK / Italy)        
Just out of curiousity...

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Being too the owner of a Hoover... I know that the rinse level in it is not always that high but only on emergencies. Are you saying that your Hoovers and Candys rinse like that as standard?

As for the last picture... I also know that Indesit always rinses like that... even when it's not needed.

Below links to the Hoover and the Indesit... if you care to watch them, you've gotta forward them for the rinses :-)

Post# 564878 , Reply# 12   12/23/2011 at 17:24 (4,369 days old) by Haxisfan (Europe - UK / Italy)        

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Post# 564879 , Reply# 13   12/23/2011 at 17:25 (4,369 days old) by Haxisfan (Europe - UK / Italy)        

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Post# 564880 , Reply# 14   12/23/2011 at 17:26 (4,369 days old) by jerrod6 (Southeastern Pennsylvania)        

Rinse level in USA Miele W1986

Post# 564884 , Reply# 15   12/23/2011 at 18:04 (4,368 days old) by optima (Cumbria England)        

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Very enjoyable watching the Indesit-Hoover vid's. Without a doubt the Hoover wins on the highest rinse water levels.

Post# 564998 , Reply# 16   12/24/2011 at 04:23 (4,368 days old) by nrones ()        

I can't call those rinses a standard, but I can't say they happend rare, to be honest

On the top top end Candy's (like mine :P) there is an awesome system for not wasting time:
Normally before every rinse there is 800 or 1000rpm interm. spin, followed by a medium water level (somewhere between rubber seal and lowest point of the door glass).
BUT when there are problems with balancing - NO wasting time. It does 2 bursts (400rpm) and if balance sensor says no, it stops, tries ONCE to rebalance, and if not, instead of normal rinse, you get a rinse where water level is half of the drum (like on pics). So, no wasting 10 or 15 minutes per spin before giving up, however it gets a little on water :P
But this is just one of many things that can cause this rinse - a factor of that can be KGmode, emergencies like sudslock, or extremely dirty water.

But I don't know how do lower models react, might be the same, might not. I am sure that my GO 510 reacts on Activa sensors, and here's it's reaction to extremely dirty (coloured actually) water - Link


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