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Hoover Dryer In USA
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Post# 731845   1/30/2014 at 18:01 (2,423 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        

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So who is going after this then? *LOL*

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Post# 731863 , Reply# 1   1/30/2014 at 19:09 (2,423 days old) by kenmoreguy89 (Valenza)        

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That is a typical european full size condenser dryer.made by Candy group Italy that makes Hoovers now...
The fact they added casters makes it portable??? Or what???

Who cares..... is a shit anyway.... LOL


Post# 731867 , Reply# 2   1/30/2014 at 19:19 (2,423 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        
One Condenser Dryer Is Enough For Me

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Had it been vented *might* have been tempted. But with owner's reviews less than satisfactory am not driving all over NJ to collect. *LOL*

Besides it runs on about 300 watts less than my AEG and that unit takes >two hours to dry an eleven pound mixed load. In fact last night got that fed up with the thing after one hour and a half (and the "hand iron" light had yet to come on), that stopped the unit and bunged the still mostly wet load into the Whirlpool. There things dried in <45 minutes. Few things that had damp spots when onto a laundry maiden for a while to finish.

That Hoover unit runs on 208v-240v at 50hz. Not sure if it would mind "American" power but the difference in frequency can affect any computer circuits or other parts such as the motor speed.

Wonder how the thing got to this side of the pond anyway?


Post# 731879 , Reply# 3   1/30/2014 at 20:19 (2,422 days old) by combo52 (Beltsville,Md)        
50 Cycle Dryers

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If used in the US on 60 cycle power they will tumble too fast and the clothing will dry poorly-slowly and very wrinkled.

Post# 731882 , Reply# 4   1/30/2014 at 20:25 (2,422 days old) by Launderess (Quiet Please, There´s a Lady on Stage)        
Well Someone Is About To Find Out

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As bidding will end shortly. Suppose they could run the thing though an inverter or something, but still it *IS* a condenser dryer which IMHO translates into quite a lot of bother for very little return. Again had this been a Euro vented dryer may have been tempted.




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