have a go yourself.
We have both an AEG dryer and an AEG WM from 1997 and they have been excellent. Ive repaired the dryer (new belt), not had to do anything to the WM.
I guess maybe AEG dont manufacture their own goods anymore, but if they do its well worth keeping hold of. They are usually worth repairing, unlike the junkier brands.Posted 4 years ago
We’ve got an AEG which is over 5 years old but has always done a good job.
Woke up this morning to find a drum full of wet washing. Further investigation reveals that while water will pump in and out, there’s no movevent from the drum and no noise when it should be trying to move the drum.
I guess my options are:-
1 new machine
2 try for professionalssional repair (would it be cost effective)
3 ha e a go myself in the hope it’s either a slipped/snapped belt or a dead motor of standard (cheap) spec. (might be wasting time while laundry builds up)
Your thoughts, experience and advice please.
I’ll be back soon with a “what washing machine?” thread.Posted 4 years ago
If anyone is interested, it was just the motor brushes and everything is working now. The only hic-cup was that the brushes came with the chamfer cut in the wrong direction so I had to file 6 months off them to turn them around. Still, at £15 including next day postage, I can’t grumble too much. Way cheaper than a new machine.Posted 4 years ago
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