Good suggestion, but apparently the Miele doesn't have concrete
weights like a Hotpoint. Rather, the washer is hewn from a solid block
I have plenty of hands at the delivery end, but that is pretty much
Plan A at the collection point. It is near the student campus, so
there's certain to be thirsty ppl in the area - just rather something
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I think that you would need pretty substantial planks for that. To
make the slope low enough that you could push 200kg up it is going to
imply quite long and therefore thick material to avoid it breaking.
By the time you had organised that, I would have thought it would be
better and cheaper to have procured the tail lift van and appliance
truck. It would be pretty tearful if you dropped the thing and
broke it, wouldn't it.
Think of it this way. You've been given an excellent machine at
zero cost and you even have the warranty cover to get it fixed if
necessary. If it costs £80 to move it safely without damage then
that is still fantastic value.
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Hmm, interesting question :)
I did a quick search for transportation, came up with item 2432207395
(you can enter that item number in the search field).
This is for transport of a motorbike anywhere in the UK, not exactly
what you were looking for, but maybe if the guy was in the area....
You might also want to check the ads in the freebie local newspapers.
Down here we see "man with van" type adverts frequently.
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