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Washing Machine help

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23 Aug 10 #220614 by rubytuesday
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I found this site very useful and informative
for washing machine repairs, help and advice

www.washerhelp.co.uk/

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23 Aug 10 #220636 by chris75
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That site is great Ruby, i found out from Washerhelp about the importance of doing a service wash a couple of years ago and it really does remove the pong from your machine. :)

Remember kids, you need the bleach in Biological powder to kill bacteria and remove the sludge!
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31 Aug 10 #221877 by Marshy_
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I agree with the service wash principle. But why not wash something at the same time? I do a service wash once a week or so. I do my towels, and tea towels all at the same time. I have the cheapest washing powder for these.

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31 Aug 10 #221931 by chris75
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Hiya Marshy
You give your towels 90 degrees? :ohmy:

My towels say 60 degrees on the label, i would be too scared to put them in at 90!

Might give it a go though...

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