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by BustaThymes » Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:21 am

Hi! Does anybody have access to/knowledge of a site that rates dishwashers in a reliable manner? Mine has just broken down after 11 years of service and repairs and I need a new one quickly! The only trouble is, most of the sites I've seen only have around 20 reviews which could obviously lead to manipulation/false impressions.
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 healthcheck :: free and easy inspection work?

WTA members can now receive free Healthcheck calls to inspect customers appliances and register them on the WTA's online portal for safety notifications. Free inspection work for WTA members that you get via email, text message or even directly to your call handling system.

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by kwatt » Wed Jan 18, 2017 10:41 am

We noted that a while back, many seem to be.. well, a bit dodgy...

http://www.ukwhitegoods.co.uk/help/buyi ... ce-reviews

If you can tell us what brands and models you're looking at we may be able to offer some more live and honest suggestions on what is good or bad.

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by BustaThymes » Wed Jan 18, 2017 6:11 pm

Hi! Thanks for your reply.

This is the model that i favour at the moment: http://www.johnlewis.com/miele-g6620-sc ... e/p2647405
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by don » Thu Jan 19, 2017 10:58 am

Hi

Miele is the best out there currently in terms of build and quality. The deal on offer is a good one as well.

You may want to read this article first to understand a little of what you might be letting yourself in for later down the line.


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by busher » Thu Apr 27, 2017 11:08 am

don wrote:Hi

Miele is the best out there currently in terms of build and quality. The deal on offer is a good one as well.

You may want to read this article first to understand a little of what you might be letting yourself in for later down the line.


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no doubt, Miele is the best & it's cleaning quality is superior, and there are multiple settings to choose from.
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by thekeymurphy » Mon Jul 17, 2017 3:42 pm

What's your budget? Or is there none? I use a much cheaper one, but the Miele may have additional specs that you're interested in.
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 live call :: automated service call logging

Get service calls delivered from the online searches or even your own website by email for free or even as a text message. Direct customers to book online so even when you can’t or don’t want to take a call you still get the work and save yourself time and hassle. For rapport users, it even logs the call straight to your call handling package, free.

Create a free account on the repairer portal here to manage your details, it’s free.

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