Our 3 year old (AEG/Electrolux) tumble drier just died the other day, i.e. no power gets to it any more (socket okay, plug fuse okay, heat exchanger thingie clean).
The service centre person said a "normal" callout costs £90+, and if there is no hope for the tumble drier, we pay that anyway for the callout, if it needs parts, they are £££ extra.
They also offer a "no fix no fee" service for £180, so engineer comes out, if no hope, get £180 back, if fixable, will be fixed for no extra cost. If it goes wrong again (within xx months), we'll get a replacement tumble drier. Too good to be true?
Which option do I choose?? The fact that no power gets to it is pretty terminal, or is it?
Thanks for any opinions (including how bad tumble driers are for the planet etc ;-))