Sadly there’s another dishwasher discovered to have a potential fire-causing fault. This time it’s Hotpoint dishwashers with the following model numbers – Hotpoint FDW20 | FDW60 | FDW65A If you have, (or know anyone with) a Hotpoint dishwasher then check the model number to see if it matches one on the above list. Model numbersread the full article..
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Bosch, Neff and Siemens dishwashers – safety notice issued because of a potential fire hazard. The following notice has been issued by the manufacturer: IMPORTANT SAFETY NOTICE: POTENTIAL FIRE HAZARD Owners of the following Bosch, Neff and Siemens dishwashers please act on this safety notice An electrical component on a limited number of Bosch, Neffread the full article..
There has been a safety notice on the candy Trio combined dishwasher, hob and oven. Candy warned that certain combined dishwasher, oven and hob appliances in its Trio range may pose a fire risk. In an official safety warning the company said: ‘Although the risk is very small, we have become aware and are concernedread the full article..
This article was inspired when comments from another article ventured into the subject of whether you can connect a dishwasher to the hot water supply instead of the cold. This doesn’t appear to have a clear-cut yes or no answer. There is conflicting advice, even from dishwasher manufacturers. Some claim it’s more economical but othersread the full article..
If you are wondering which is the best dishwasher detergent then Which? currently say one of the Fairy dishwasher detergents is best. It has been for the last 4 years and we have been using it ourselves. There are other best buys too – and they even advised to avoid one specific detergent sold atread the full article..
The other day I posted about the AEG-Electrolux dishwasher safety notice but bizarrely the important safety notice publicity doesn’t mention the John Lewis dishwasher, which is made by the AEG-Electrolux group and apparently similarly affected. As it happens I popped into a John Lewis store this morning and they had a safety notice on theread the full article..