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i have won a hotpoint 9530w on ebay
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Post# 1057368   1/12/2020 at 12:02 by servis-dream (north duffield selby)        

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i have finally done it
i have won a 9530 for 60.73 and i think the only damage is a right hand lid trim whick i can get off my 9544w and i could get this machine in the utility to replace a crappy candy 10kg washer

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Post# 1057661 , Reply# 1   1/15/2020 at 14:08 by hippiedoll (tucson, arizona u.s.a.)        

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On getting a HOTPOINT frontloader!
Doing the HAPPY DANCE for you on this side of the computer...

I hope it's in as great condition as you are expecting! Keeping my fingers crossed that it is in PLUG & PLAY condition for you!

I'm not too familiar with frontload washers, other than the big ones I've used at the laundromat, to wash bulky things, maybe a handful of times, in my life.

Keep us posted & let us know how everything works out. I hope it's just needing that trim piece you mentioned!

Post# 1058043 , Reply# 2   1/18/2020 at 15:30 by servis-dream (north duffield selby)        
it has all the trims as well

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the hotpoint 95 series machines are almost 70's commercial machines that are down sized they are no nonsense timer driven monstars that in the 90's had the record for the fastest ever spin speed of 1400rpm (even though it was marketed ffor 1300rpm) this machine type pretty much ate carbon brushes, drum and motor bearings for tea with drum brackets for dessert

Post# 1058272 , Reply# 3   1/21/2020 at 09:00 by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
Hotpoint New Generation

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Congratulations Mathew on getting another British classic machine, not much you cant service n fix on these, I sold many in my time in the 80`s straight from the newest Hotpoint factory in Llandudno Juntion, North Wales..

Look forward to seeing the videos !!

Heres a few of my Classic Hotpoints..

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Post# 1058273 , Reply# 4   1/21/2020 at 09:09 by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
Hotpoint Laundry Appliances In The UK from start to New Gene

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Heres an excellent thread that Paul (MatchboxPaul) made on the complete thread of Hotpoint UK Home Laundry Appliances from the first wringers in the 1930`s to the state of the art New Generation series built in a brand new factory which was EU funded, at the time it even rivalled all other manufacturers for the latest build technology using robots and computerisation.

CLICK HERE TO GO TO chestermikeuk's LINK

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Post# 1058355 , Reply# 5   1/22/2020 at 06:32 by servis-dream (north duffield selby)        
hey mike

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i think that ransom spares still sell the lid trim kits for the 93, 95, 97 and 99 series machines. also i am switching the guts of a 4 way switch and a 5 way switch modifying them both to create another complete 4 way switch because the original one on my 9544w was broken during a shock absorber change from its worn ones to a set from my wm22w it had one stalk snap off entirely and one was left hanging on. i hope that i can do something about it but if not there is another 4 way switch on ebay for about 15

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