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Within this huge section of the site you can find loads of articles, guides and tutorials to help you with buying new domestic kitchen appliances like washing machines, dishwashers, tumble dryers, fridges and more along with how to repair applainces when they break down and also how to maintain your appliances.
Using these guides can save you lots of money on appliances, help you make the right choice when buying a new one, save money on repairs or getting a technician to repair it for you and making your appliances last and perform as well as possible.
This section of our site covers knowledge that you may need to buy appliances in general and a lot of it what you need to know before you buy a new appliance so you get the right appliance and, the right deal!
Information about appliance energy consumption, if features are worth the money, the environment, installation advice and loads more.
Can you repair the fault yourself on your washing machine, dishwasher, tumble dryer, cooker or fridge freezer?
In this section we explain the top problems with domestic appliances, how they work and often how to go about diagnosing the fault and curing it as well as advice on how to avoid common appliance problems and maintain your appliances so they work better and last longer.
For any anything that you cannot find please use the forums to get help from appliance experts, for free!
Fault codes or error codes that help you diagnose faults and problems with appliances including washing machines, washer dryers, cookers, dishwashers and fridge freezers.
If you need to know what the flashing lights or weird code is on your appliance, chances are you'll find out here.
Help and advice about common spare parts for most appliances as well as notes on how to buy spare parts and guidance on fitting the part as well as advice on how to avoid having the same spares fail again in many cases.
We give you the most up to date care and cleaning instructions to help you look after your appliances and, make them last as long as possible. A little care and attention can save you a lot of money and a lot of hassle.
Follow our simple guides on how to look after your appliances to keep them safe and in tip top shape.
Advice, guidance and help on how to correctly use the appliances, solve stains, odours, residue and marking in dishwashers, washing machines and washer dryers as well as how to diagnose the problem that is causing it to happen.
We explain all the common problems that people are likely to see using washing machines and dishwashers and, how to avoid them.
Get the inside scoop on the industry and find out who makes what appliances, who owns which brands and what you actually own or are thinking on buying. Trust us, it's not a case of the name on the front is what you are actually getting or have as many are own label brands.
Also find out who services what, how, all about spare parts and much, much more.
door seali have a Hoover Crystaljet Dishwasher 5000 model number D7418. i need the following part 979153000 - door seal. i am told that this is obsolete and am looking for an alternative seal that will do the job. Many thanks for your help.
The info you have is correct that seal is completely obsolete, no stock to be had anywhere and no alternatives that could be used either.
Faulty ovenI have a logik electric built in fan oven LBMFMX15 the fan stars up but there is no heat and the light does not come on
Sadly Logik is an own label brand that is exclusive to Currys and we have little info on them. But it does sound like a selector switch or power board faulty although which we wouldn\'t be able to tell you in advance, you would really need to investigate and try to work out what the problem is.
samsung ecobubblemachine showing red lock also showing no1.03
Britannia oven over heating.Hi.
Over heating Britannia (bought in 2000) -main- fan assisted oven. Small oven and cooling fan ok. It\'s had two main switches replaced out of warranty.
On start up, on any heat setting the fan starts then stops after a short time and never comes on again.
The round fan element heats up ok and we fitted a new thermostat supplied by Whitegoods but oven continues to over heat.
Water flashes off the outside of the door if splashed, its that hot, and the casing gets to hot to touch.
So...had new thermostat, fan initially works then stops and doesn\'t come on again but continues to over heat.
Any suggestions please.