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RE: What`s a good brand of fridge freezer these days?

alfie noakes (Elite) posted this on Friday, 23rd November 2012, 15:56

Our Bosch washing machine went earlier this month. Was about to spring for a new one but a bit of googling showed it was worn brushes. Changed brushes according to youtube (easy) and it`s working fine again now. £30 v. £300. Ding dang do.

RE: What`s a good brand of fridge freezer these days?

pkfridges (Harmless) posted this on Saturday, 5th October 2019, 10:25

There are so many brands available in market like Samsung, Hitachi, LG but I buy SPAM URL REMOVED fridge, it comes with a large storage space to accommodate lots of items. This high grade SPAM REMOVED offers 126 litres of refrigeration capacity and it is great shops, dens, recreation rooms etc.

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RE: What`s a good brand of fridge freezer these days?

Jitendar Canth (Reviewer) posted this on Saturday, 5th October 2019, 11:00

Once again, a bit of spam reminds me of a thread. In the end, stuck with the LG till 2017. Lived with the noise until the freezer went nuts, there would be a kilogram of ice jamming up the compartment every week. So, went and bought a Panasonic. Now this one is quiet 90% of the time, but when the compressor is running, it sounds like something Ben Burtt put together for the sound of the Sarlacc’s stomach.
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RE: What`s a good brand of fridge freezer these days?

marksparks999 (Elite) posted this on Saturday, 5th October 2019, 14:03

Strangely we have a LEC fridge freeer, which we bought from Co-Op back in December 1993, when we bought our first house... its releegated to the utility as a beer and icecream fridge/freezer, but having only ever had to change th bulb twice in 26 years, i think i have had my monies worth out of it?

The main on in the kitchen is just under 10 years old, a Samsung American style with mains water and ice... i reckon at least twice a year i have to take the back panel off the inside of the fridge, as it just freezes up, and then the fan blades catch making a right racket.

No idea why it does it, but not calling an engineer out, as would likely cost more than buying a new one!

Had a similar experience with a tumble drier last year in that the start button was failing, took the front off and it was clear the plastic panel that connects all the buttons behind had snapped, ordered a new plastic panel, looked like an airfix kit, £6 and problem fixed... engineer wanted £80 call out, before parts,

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RE: What`s a good brand of fridge freezer these days?

Brooky (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 10th October 2019, 02:07

I heard that brand is excellent , but USA
Carry some brands I don’t know if you have it therein the UK. Kitchen Aid,
Mag Tag good brand and Whirl Pool.
Well enjoy shopping 🎃

RE: What`s a good brand of fridge freezer these days?

Snaps (Elite) posted this on Thursday, 10th October 2019, 08:57

My experience of American washers and dryers is we'd rent them out as housing over here.
They big.
Real big.

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