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    Default Can you recommend a good clothes dryer

    I need to buy a clothes dryer but don't want to be going from shop to shop not know knowing what to look for in a clothes dryer.
    What one do you have that is excellent for the money you paid for.
    We will have a family of 4 soon so I want to get one before the new bub arrives.

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    Only suggestion I have is to pay attention to energy ratings. I'd rather pay more for the highest energy rating than to buy a cheap dryer that then costs me an arm and a leg to run.

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    I can't really help except last time I had a dryer I wanted to have it repaired and I was told that you can't get the cheap ones from kmart etc repaired as they don't make parts for them, I need a dryer too so I'll be watching this thread


 

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