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kochin
post Jan 7 2014, 12:15 PM

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cheap version of dryer:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=rSBQN7d2EHw

<RM450

2 years warranty claims. kekeke.
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post Sep 11 2014, 11:34 PM

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hi does anyone knows where to get a air dryer hose?
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post Dec 29 2014, 05:30 PM

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Any Lowyat member here care to give feedback on their Dryer

Looking to get a Dryer but want some feedback first from exsting users


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post Dec 29 2014, 05:42 PM

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QUOTE(cfa28 @ Dec 29 2014, 05:30 PM)
Any Lowyat member here care to give feedback on their Dryer

Looking to get a Dryer but want some feedback first from exsting users
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Which dryer you would like to know?

Tumble, condenser or heat pump?

I got heat pump & tumble dryer for 2 units on both got thier pro & con

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post Dec 29 2014, 05:46 PM

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QUOTE(kimsim @ Dec 29 2014, 05:42 PM)
Which dryer you would like to know?

Tumble, condenser or heat pump?
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Went o Harvey Norman to ask

Ventilated is OUT cos need to break hole in Wall

Heat Pump cos 2x the price of condensor, will I ever recover the cost in energy savings

What are other advantage of heat pump over condenser

How much does each drying cycle cost in terms of electricity bill

Does it damage the clothes

Is the dryer still reliable after few years of usage




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post Dec 29 2014, 05:51 PM

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QUOTE(cfa28 @ Dec 29 2014, 05:46 PM)
Went o Harvey Norman to ask

Ventilated is OUT cos need to break hole in Wall

Heat Pump cos 2x the price of condensor, will I ever recover the cost in energy savings

What are other advantage of heat pump over condenser

How much does each drying cycle cost in terms of electricity bill

Does it damage the clothes

Is the dryer still reliable after few years of usage
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Tumble watt = 2250w
Condenser also = 2300w to 2800w
Heat pump like Aircon system work for 900w only.

Cloths will damage by TL WM out of shape.

From dryer won't spoil your cloths condition, maybe some too much plastic foam would be spoil some corner, for us don't have it issue at all.

Cause like bed sheet or cloths more on cotton so far no issue to damage condition.

Like my 1st tumble dryer still working like new, just few cycle and empty filter only.

The rest no issue.
For my house also put in dry kitchen and open toilet door with exhaust fan to be solve

Talk about dryer cycle usage electric for 1 hour = 3 units Aircons.

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post Dec 29 2014, 06:44 PM

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QUOTE(cfa28 @ Dec 29 2014, 05:46 PM)
Went o Harvey Norman to ask

Ventilated is OUT cos need to break hole in Wall

Heat Pump cos 2x the price of condensor, will I ever recover the cost in energy savings

What are other advantage of heat pump over condenser

How much does each drying cycle cost in terms of electricity bill

Does it damage the clothes

Is the dryer still reliable after few years of usage
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This page has some of your questions answered. In summary heat pump condenser takes advantage of lower heat to dry clothes. Depending upon the model of the current heat pumps like Panasonic, Beko (just brought in) or Electrolux (by far the most popular at 9kg) or Bosch, they excel at low heat moisture extraction/drying vs vented (what you call tumble dryers - all dryers tumble dry btw). The great deal about them is lower running cost and shorter drying time.

Also it can be plugged in the same socket as a washer. 900W/230V gives close to 3.9A to 4.0A so long as the socket for the washer is rated at 15A.
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post Dec 30 2014, 10:47 AM

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hello sifu here,
I would like to consider buy new dryer as this raining season would be dragging months and I just got a son last month. Want some suggestion from sifu here which is more reliable, combo WM or WM and dryer different unit.

For info, my WM also got problem, which cannot hold water after spin, need to manually trigger under the WM. Any suggestion?
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QUOTE(hkindaichi @ Dec 30 2014, 10:47 AM)
hello sifu here,
I would like to consider buy new dryer as this raining season would be dragging months and I just got a son last month. Want some suggestion from sifu here which is more reliable, combo WM or WM and dryer different unit.

For info, my WM also got problem, which cannot hold water after spin, need to manually trigger under the WM. Any suggestion?
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Here got option for saving to purchase.

1. Used normal WM after job and put on cloths rack over night and then use dryer at last.

2. But new washer/dryer but take longer time for combine together at same time, dunno the electricity how much usage.



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post Dec 30 2014, 10:58 AM

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QUOTE(hkindaichi @ Dec 30 2014, 10:47 AM)
hello sifu here,
I would like to consider buy new dryer as this raining season would be dragging months and I just got a son last month. Want some suggestion from sifu here which is more reliable, combo WM or WM and dryer different unit.

For info, my WM also got problem, which cannot hold water after spin, need to manually trigger under the WM. Any suggestion?
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Wanna cheap n realible go for electrolux brand dryer
cyvoonie87
post Dec 30 2014, 03:43 PM

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Dear Sifus, I am looking to buy a dryer machine. Currently I am looking at these 2 brands:

1. Electrolux - EDP2074PDW
2. Samsung - DV80H4200CW/FQ

My questions:

1. Any forumers have issues with Samsung dryer before? Electrolux was stated reliable and cheap from the above thread.
2. In term of service, which brand is better?
3. Any other complaints on these 2 brands?

Thank you very much.
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QUOTE(cyvoonie87 @ Dec 30 2014, 03:43 PM)
Dear Sifus, I am looking to buy a dryer machine. Currently I am looking at these 2 brands:

1. Electrolux - EDP2074PDW
2. Samsung - DV80H4200CW/FQ

My questions:

1. Any forumers have issues with Samsung dryer before? Electrolux was stated reliable and cheap from the above thread.
2. In term of service, which brand is better?
3. Any other complaints on these 2 brands?

Thank you very much.
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From Samsung model is 2014 I don't think anyone here already own a one.

But electrolux maybe have some, also electrolux more cheaper with easy by user maintenance with few filter for empty it few cycle job done only.

Even my self before half year own a samsung ww8000 follow by getting 9kg heat pump electrolux also, cause I believed western country do more dryer per daily job, so far mine within a mount also everyday using dryer for dried my cloths as well.

Can refer here.
http://www.kimrovacstore.com/my-home-and-stuff-reviews.html
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QUOTE(cyvoonie87 @ Dec 30 2014, 03:43 PM)
Dear Sifus, I am looking to buy a dryer machine. Currently I am looking at these 2 brands:

1. Electrolux - EDP2074PDW
2. Samsung - DV80H4200CW/FQ

My questions:

1. Any forumers have issues with Samsung dryer before? Electrolux was stated reliable and cheap from the above thread.
2. In term of service, which brand is better?
3. Any other complaints on these 2 brands?

Thank you very much.
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We got it model also, when in hot season n never touch at all, due to use too much waste energy n for rain reason we start use again.

If realiable I can said it won't spoil one, laugh.gif
If every used maybe like WM minor wear & tear sure have.
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post Dec 30 2014, 11:59 PM

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if you are using indoor, get a condenser dryer if you cant vent the hot air out... else tumble dryer will do.... condenser dryer cost more to do the same thing
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post Dec 31 2014, 12:07 AM

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QUOTE(stretch @ Jun 3 2012, 05:07 AM)
is beko a good brand? anyone has any experience with it?
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BEKO brand in Malaysia is crap. Own their refrigerator. Called up their customer service (affiliated with Pacifica brand) and they never follow up on anything.
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post Dec 31 2014, 12:09 AM

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QUOTE(kimsim @ Dec 30 2014, 04:01 PM)
From Samsung model is 2014 I don't think anyone here already own a one.

But electrolux maybe have some, also electrolux more cheaper with easy by user maintenance with few filter for empty it few cycle job done only.

Even my self before half year own a samsung ww8000 follow by getting 9kg heat pump electrolux also, cause I believed western country do more dryer per daily job, so far mine within a mount also everyday using dryer for dried my cloths as well.

Can refer here.
http://www.kimrovacstore.com/my-home-and-stuff-reviews.html
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thumbup.gif seeing you place dryer besides the fridge, will the heat pump dryer heat up the surrounding badly?


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post Dec 31 2014, 12:15 AM

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I have a short question. For 8 kg capacity dryer (condenser type), Bosch unit that uses heat pump retails around RM4000, while Electrolux is only at RM2800. What gives? I mean, why is Bosch really worth that much more?
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QUOTE(Alan @ Dec 30 2014, 05:09 PM)
thumbup.gif seeing you place dryer besides the fridge, will the heat pump dryer heat up the surrounding badly?
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Good thermodynamic partner. Refrigerator pump heats out of the inside, emits the expelled heat at the back. Then your dryer heat pump will take back that heat into drying the clothes! Bravo...
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post Dec 31 2014, 07:06 AM

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QUOTE(Alan @ Dec 31 2014, 12:09 AM)
thumbup.gif seeing you place dryer besides the fridge, will the heat pump dryer heat up the surrounding badly?
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Ha ha heat pump don't have any body heat up an issue even cold as fridge side body wouldn't feel any warm up, like WM if use hot water the body feel slighly warm, but heat pump still nothing happen.

That is why very good for me to place anywhere I like smile.gif
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QUOTE(kslee79 @ Dec 31 2014, 12:15 AM)
I have a short question. For 8 kg capacity dryer (condenser type), Bosch unit that uses heat pump retails around RM4000, while Electrolux is only at RM2800. What gives? I mean, why is Bosch really worth that much more?
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Bosh if made in Germany maybe pay for worth.
If made in Asia does not meant you pay the bosch can be show off at all.

All design was the same.

If 4k and top up another a bit more can consider for heat pump just 4.6k only from electrolux 9kg somemore and made in Poland wow.

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