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Ive just had a call from my neighbour whos kitchen has flooded. Her washer has just died a death and shes a bit peeved about it so i said id see if i can find one for her.

Problem is i spoke before thinking and dont really know of a reputable place that sells for a reasonable price and wont charge the earth for delivery. Can anyone help, do you know of a shop who wont rip me off and sell me scrap?

Sheffield 12 or 14 area would be preferable but i suppose anywhere would do at a pinch

Thanks from me and Edith :D

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Ive just had a call from my neighbour whos kitchen has flooded. Her washer has just died a death and shes a bit peeved about it so i said id see if i can find one for her.

Problem is i spoke before thinking and dont really know of a reputable place that sells for a reasonable price and wont charge the earth for delivery. Can anyone help, do you know of a shop who wont rip me off and sell me scrap?

Sheffield 12 or 14 area would be preferable but i suppose anywhere would do at a pinch

Thanks from me and Edith :D

 

How about John Lewis? Good quality washing machines, excellent service.

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washing machines are not made to last anymore. Are you really sure the old one is toast? They often but not always can be repaired, it is not always the end of their life.

 

(edit) A new seal for the drum/door connection costs only round twenty or thirty on ebay.

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Apollo's pretty good. Do a lot of refurbished second-hand stuff for a good price and good delivery service.

 

http://www.apollo4appliances.co.uk/generic/website.asp?page=home

 

Thanks. I rang Apollo and then went down to see them. Picked up a nice washer for a good price and they can even deliver it today so its booked for about 1pm.

I remember Apollo from its days at Townend, that tiny little shop but now, well all i can say is theyve come right up in the world. They have a very impressive range of goods.

 

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washing machines are not made to last anymore. Are you really sure the old one is toast? They often but not always can be repaired, it is not always the end of their life.

 

(edit) A new seal for the drum/door connection costs only round twenty or thirty on ebay.

 

This ones most certainly had it. Its an LG and the internal drum has broken so the cost of repair is well over the value and worth of the actual washer.

Thanks though :)

 

---------- Post added 15-05-2015 at 11:11 ----------

 

I have one for sale for £60 if that's any good for you.

 

Thanks for that but im sorted now :)

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