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washers and dryers

Discussion in 'General Chat' started by matadorpoeta, Feb 16, 2005.

  1. bingusa

    bingusa Well-Known Member

    Apr 24, 2008
    i bought a set of siemens washer and dryer when they were first intro'ed in US. they were made in USA. i was under the impression that they were from the same joint venture that builds both siemens and bosch (they look and config the same except diff logos)

    in short, wash quality and drying quality has been good. BUT the build material is bad. the surface of both washer and dryer have had cracks. i always thought they were made of some kind of metal, but apperantly just plastic. i will not buy this brand again.

    at that time when i shopped around, it seems that many of kitchenaid and kenmore were made in germany because i was puzzled why so.

    i would suggest just go to costco to buy a set of whirlwool fron loading ones. costco's return/exchange policies are great in case you encounter any problems.

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