DYSON and Hoover appliances are
among the most unreliable on the
market, the consumer watchdog
An interesting read I thought but I can't say I agree.
look at this:
"Which? found that the
average cost of repairing a washing
machine was about £30,"
How can this be true? If they mean calling someone in to do the repair then
I can't see it. A call out charge is at least this. Am I reading it wrong?
With any name-brands, there are good ones and lemons. If the
appliance is over 6 years old and repair exceeds 20% of a new item,
I'd probably replace it. I havn't heard of Dyson, but it's unlikely
I'd buy a another Hoover product. I like Panasonic, JennAir, Maytag,
Amana, and maybe Whirlpool or Kenmore. Brands do change their quality
over time. Also I like to see where (country) the product is made.
Read between the lines. The magazine must have asked owners if the
machine had ever failed to work properly, and many of the remedies cost nothing.
How about the 16-year-old college student who drowned himself in
January? How come the paper didn't print the story until today?
How about the 12-year-old girl who tried to hang a five-year-old? The
cops let her go, then arrested her again.
How about the cops who killed the decorator who had a table leg in a
bag? They thought it might be a rifle.
How about Britain's rejecting the EU so they can make people work more
than 48 hours a week?
How about Kenny Richey?
How about the dance teacher's affair with the fifteen-year-old boy?
You missed all the good parts. As for Dyson, this report doesn't even
mention the fact that he bit off somebody's ear.
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