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    Love our front loader. We can alter the cycle length, add clothes in once it's started. Love it!

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    I've got a top loader without an agitator. It's awesome. Easy on the back, can do doonas, doesn't wreck clothes, you can add more stuff after starting.

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    I have a top loader (LG) without agitator and it's fine. It does tangle a little washing sheets or towels, but apart from that I've found its awesome

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    Another front loader fan here! We have a LG 9kg washer/dryer combo and I just love it!!!
    I hated my LG washer/dryer combo. Worst dryer ever! We had it repaired so many times and were told they're awful by the repairers.


    I have a 10kg top loader without the agitator now and love it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    I hated my LG washer/dryer combo. Worst dryer ever! We had it repaired so many times and were told they're awful by the repairers.


    I have a 10kg top loader without the agitator now and love it.
    After bragging about how much I like mine it broke down last night. Sigh.... Think I have it working again, fingers crossed...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Full House View Post
    I hated my LG washer/dryer combo. Worst dryer ever! We had it repaired so many times and were told they're awful by the repairers.


    I have a 10kg top loader without the agitator now and love it.
    Thats a shame! We have had ours for over 5 years now, never had an issue at all. Looks like yours was a dud.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Tinkers View Post
    Thats a shame! We have had ours for over 5 years now, never had an issue at all. Looks like yours was a dud.
    We got a brand new one under warranty. The latest model atvthe time. It was better, but still crap. I really hated the dryer, and once our family grew the combo was painful in wet weather. On the bright side I learnt to live without a dryer and haven't had one for over two years now!

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    Fair enough. Glad you found one that you are happy with

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    Quote Originally Posted by zoz View Post
    Front loader here. We have a Simpson it's fairly new only about 5 months old and I love it. Loads of cycle options and gentle on clothes.

    I had a Simpson top loader for about 14 years though without any issues. That's why I went with a Simpson again. Apart from the beeping at the end of a cycle has already stopped working which is kind of a blessing but a bit worrying.
    Are you sure you haven't accidentally muted it? I did that without noticing and it took me 6 months to work out what I'd done.

    We've got a front loader too, they're great I'd never go back to a top loader our clothes are lasting so much longer now

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lincolns mummy View Post
    Love our front loader. We can alter the cycle length, add clothes in once it's started. Love it!
    Which one is this? I'd love one I can add to after its started as I'm always forgetting things haha


 

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