Hoover condenser dryer - Not drying properly

Discussion in 'UK DIY' started by sandiyan, Sep 27, 2004.

  1. sandiyan

    sandiyan Guest

    I bought the Hoover condeser dryer(HD7FM - 7KG) last w/e from Argos. I
    did the load of 6-7 KG and after drying for 2hr 40 mins the clothes
    were not totally dry.
    I am begenning to think the worst whether this brand is a good one or
    not...

    - Is there any suggestion on how to use this type of dryes efficently.
    e.g split the load into two and dry them? Put cotton clothes separate
    to other materials

    - Can I get help from Hoover or return it back to Hoover/Argos
    complaining that it is not drying properly...?

    Help....!
    Thanks,
    Sandiyan.
    sandiyan, Sep 27, 2004
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  2. sandiyan

    Peter Guest

    > I bought the Hoover condeser dryer(HD7FM - 7KG) last w/e from Argos. I
    > did the load of 6-7 KG and after drying for 2hr 40 mins the clothes
    > were not totally dry.
    > I am begenning to think the worst whether this brand is a good one or
    > not...
    >
    > - Is there any suggestion on how to use this type of dryes efficently.
    > e.g split the load into two and dry them? Put cotton clothes separate
    > to other materials
    >
    > - Can I get help from Hoover or return it back to Hoover/Argos
    > complaining that it is not drying properly...?
    >
    > Help....!
    > Thanks,
    > Sandiyan.


    Check the destructions most combos can only dry half loads.

    Peter
    Peter, Sep 27, 2004
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  3. sandiyan

    sandiyan Guest

    >
    > Check the destructions most combos can only dry half loads.
    >
    > Peter


    Thanks. Its a dryer on its own - i.e not a combo.
    Any ideas...
    sandiyan, Sep 28, 2004
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  4. "sandiyan" <> wrote in message
    news:...
    > I bought the Hoover condeser dryer(HD7FM - 7KG) last w/e from Argos. I
    > did the load of 6-7 KG and after drying for 2hr 40 mins the clothes
    > were not totally dry.
    > I am begenning to think the worst whether this brand is a good one or
    > not...
    >
    > - Is there any suggestion on how to use this type of dryes efficently.
    > e.g split the load into two and dry them? Put cotton clothes separate
    > to other materials
    >
    > - Can I get help from Hoover or return it back to Hoover/Argos
    > complaining that it is not drying properly...?
    >
    > Help....!
    > Thanks,
    > Sandiyan.


    Hoover was purchased by the Itialian company Candy a few years ago and since
    then their products have gone down hill. Candy products were utter crap to
    start with
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    troubleinstore, Sep 28, 2004
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  5. sandiyan

    sandiyan Guest

    Sorry I couldn't update you guys earlier.
    After I've increased the spin (from 800 to 1000) in my washing
    machines, the clothes are comming out with less damp. And hence, my
    Hoover dryer is working OK now.

    A BIG sigh of releif now...

    cheers
    Sandiyan


    "Christian McArdle" <> wrote in message news:<415bcc49$0$20253$>...
    > > I bought the Hoover condeser dryer(HD7FM - 7KG) last w/e from Argos. I
    > > did the load of 6-7 KG and after drying for 2hr 40 mins the clothes
    > > were not totally dry.

    >
    > I bought a Hoover condensor dryer about five years ago. Not only did it shed
    > its bearings, but it was useless at drying, collected hardly any water,
    > emitted large amounts of water vapour and needed the condensor cleaned once
    > a week. It was a steaming pile of manure. It appears they haven't moved on
    > since then.
    >
    > I now have a Bosch integrated sensor condensing dryer. The difference in
    > performance and convenience is nothing short of astonishing.
    >
    > Christian.
    sandiyan, Oct 14, 2004
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