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    Default Help with washing machine.

    Ladies... What is a good washing machine to buy????? I've been without a washing machine for 6 weeks now & I have no idea what to buy.
    What are some good brands?

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    We have a Miele and its great. Had a LG intello wash or something like that beforehand and it sucked.

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    Lg. I've got a new front loader washer dryer. It's great.

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    I have a Electrolux front loader 8kg I think maybe bigger I love it only complaint is now I'm heavily pregnant it's a pain bending over to get washing out lol

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    I had an Electrolux once, I think we had it 2-3 years MAX and the motor or something broke and basically it was just out of warranty so repair would have cost the same as a new machine. Turns out that that particular model had HEAPS of issues... We now have an LG which hasn't given any issues so far.

    I would do some research online and look at the reviews before you spend your hard earned money

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    My Samsung has lasted well with no problems for 4 years and a bazillion washes!

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    I had an electrolux 8kg front loader for ten years and then it died and I now have a panasonic 10kg front loader and it's noice.

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    I have a Miele front loader for almost 2 years and I love it. It's only fault (except it's probably my fault) is the detergent drawer has come out and fallen on the floor 3 times now. I've had it replaced twice already and it's sitting in without the front now.

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