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My beko dishwasher broke


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But as I'm an engineer I found the problem. I disconnected the heater element and it stopped tripping the electrics. 

Bought a new one for £32.

Hopefully it works when I put it all back together when the new through flow heater turns up. 

Just thought I'd fix it rather than spend another £200 on one. 

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10 minutes ago, Harold said:

a dishwasher ffs...whatever happened to washing and drying them by hand ?

Cheaper by dishwasher I reckon.

Two people in house. Fully load it over two days. Little bit of electricity and a dishwasher tablet. Ours is A++ energy rated.

No drying either. Job done! 

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22 minutes ago, Mr Magnificent said:

Cheaper by dishwasher I reckon.

Two people in house. Fully load it over two days. Little bit of electricity and a dishwasher tablet. Ours is A++ energy rated.

No drying either. Job done! 

dishes need the personal touch....lol

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46 minutes ago, Mr Magnificent said:

Aye right. 🙄🙄

I've just finished a large mug of homemade lentil soup and two slices of bread & butter...........the pot, wooden spoon for stirring and a desert spoon for spoonfuls of soup from the mug were all lovingly washed and dried by my fair paws....gives me a sense of fulfillment....

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2 hours ago, Mr Magnificent said:

I pay £2:99 a month insurance on mine. New for old if it breaks down and cannot be economically fixed. 

Yeah but I've had it for 5vyears. 

£2.99 over 5 years would be £174.40. that's nearly the cost of a new dishwasher. It's cheaper not to get any of the cover in this instance. 

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30 minutes ago, Harold said:

I've just finished a large mug of homemade lentil soup and two slices of bread & butter...........the pot, wooden spoon for stirring and a desert spoon for spoonfuls of soup from the mug were all lovingly washed and dried by my fair paws....gives me a sense of fulfillment....

I had a bowl of fruit with yogurt  a mug of coffee and a slice of toast 

 

 

put all the dishes in the dishwasher and walked away. Felt great 😂😂

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6 minutes ago, Makdee said:

I had a bowl of fruit with yogurt  a mug of coffee and a slice of toast 

 

 

put all the dishes in the dishwasher and walked away. Felt great 😂😂

I'm fucking hating washing up, it is wasted time, when you can get a maschine to do it for you and do a better job!!

Hopefully my part comes tomorrow.

Watch it trip straight away when I turn it on haha!!!

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38 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

Yeah but I've had it for 5vyears. 

£2.99 over 5 years would be £174.40. that's nearly the cost of a new dishwasher. It's cheaper not to get any of the cover in this instance. 

I am willing to sacrifice the price of a pint of lager once a month so that I am not hit with a big bill. 👍

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10 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

I'm fucking hating washing up, it is wasted time, when you can get a maschine to do it for you and do a better job!!

Hopefully my part comes tomorrow.

Watch it trip straight away when I turn it on haha!!!

The dishes do come up much cleaner in a washer. 

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4 minutes ago, Mr Magnificent said:

I am willing to sacrifice the price of a pint of lager once a month so that I am not hit with a big bill. 👍

Yeah I guess. But if it breaks and I can't fix it I just buy from curry's and do a 0% over 12 months via their finance. 🙂 

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14 minutes ago, boro_boy said:

and do a better job!!

How do they ?

5 minutes ago, Mr Magnificent said:

The dishes do come up much cleaner in a washer.

Again....how do they ? When they are being washed by hand you can see what you have done. Using a machine does NOT mean they are washed cleaner.

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Just now, Harold said:

How do they ?

Again....how do they ? When they are being washed by hand you can see what you have done. Using a machine does NOT mean they are washed cleaner.

They properly dry leaving no stains and they are very shiny 🙂

But if your awesome at washing up then they may not be better. I hate washing up and rush it. 

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