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messageelectrical repairs
Posted by lavender27 28 December, 2018 14:14

Hi all,
Is there anywhere I can get a bread maker repaired?

Lavender 27

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Chick 28 December, 2018 15:44

What's wrong with it?

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by lavender27 28 December, 2018 18:02

It's not working.

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Chick 28 December, 2018 19:39

More specific, any indication such as led's or lights?

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by lavender27 28 December, 2018 20:03

No power. Fuse changed, still no working, maybe elements. Where can I get this repaired please?

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by natty01295 29 December, 2018 11:43

Hi, maybe the belt or the element
QUESTION - What is the Model and make the MACHINE???



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messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by lavender27 29 December, 2018 12:40

Does anyone know where I can get my bread maker repaired, is there an electrical repairs shop anywhere in London ?

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by natty01295 30 December, 2018 22:06


messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Sue 31 December, 2018 00:38

Probably cheaper to get a new one?

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey 31 December, 2018 09:26

Probably true (cheaper on the purse but not the environment)and OP probably knows that but assume is trying to avoid unnecessary waste if possible? Bravo OP

HP

Sue Wrote:
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> Probably cheaper to get a new one?

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey 31 December, 2018 09:31

Not sure if any good but seen this site:
[www.airtasker.co.uk]

Also place in blackheath:
[www.selectric.co.uk]

HP

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by ianr 31 December, 2018 10:47

> OP probably knows that but assume is trying to
> avoid unnecessary waste if possible? Bravo OP

I suspect that was in Chick's mind too, when he posted his, effectively unanswered, questions above.

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by JohnL 31 December, 2018 11:32

Sue Wrote:
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> Probably cheaper to get a new one?


I repair so little these days (other than fixtures like doors, basins and toilets and even them seem to have screws in inaccessible places to deter the DIY person)

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey 31 December, 2018 11:43

JohnL Wrote:
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> Sue Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > Probably cheaper to get a new one?
>
>
> I repair so little these days (other than fixtures
> like doors, basins and toilets and even them seem
> to have screws in inaccessible places to deter the
> DIY person)
Totally agree. I caved a fair few years ago and coughed up for a dualit toaster after going through several cheapo toasters irreparable due to built-in obsolescence. Been going strong ever since with one element replacement. Easy to take apart and clean up which helps too. Wish there were more appliances still designed like this. Frankly its inexcusable that there arent.

HP

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Sue 31 December, 2018 13:38

But the Dualit toaster with replaceable parts costs (or did do when I bought a toaster) in the region of 200!!!!

Their "cheaper" (still vastly expensive) models do not have replaceable parts.

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by lavender27 31 December, 2018 15:19

Hi,
Thanks for getting back to me.
I would like to get it repaired ad it has sentimental value to me, as a dear friend gave it to me for my birthday before they died. Morbid perhaps, but she was so happy to have given this to me as I was on the bread line.

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey 31 December, 2018 16:17

Mine - 4 slot one was 90 6 years ago.I'd spent 60 in the 18 months before that on two meant to reasonable but actually completely crap toasters that broke. yes I coughed up up front but worth it in the long run! Plenty going second hand too.

2-slot Argos one currently 110.
4 slot - 145.


Sue Wrote:
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> But the Dualit toaster with replaceable parts
> costs (or did do when I bought a toaster) in the
> region of 200!!!!
>
> Their "cheaper" (still vastly expensive) models do
> not have replaceable parts.



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messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey 31 December, 2018 16:18

lavender27 Wrote:
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> Hi,
> Thanks for getting back to me.
> I would like to get it repaired ad it has
> sentimental value to me, as a dear friend gave it
> to me for my birthday before they died. Morbid
> perhaps, but she was so happy to have given this
> to me as I was on the bread line.

HI - think its lovely you want to mend it. Hope you manage to get it fixed!

HP



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messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by KidKruger 31 December, 2018 17:32

Why not do some research and figure out the fix yourself, probably will be quicker than looking for an economical fix plus you get to upskill a bit !
A project for 2019.

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Sue 31 December, 2018 18:31

hpsaucey Wrote:
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> Mine - 4 slot one was 90 6 years ago.I'd spent
> 60 in the 18 months before that on two meant to
> reasonable but actually completely crap toasters
> that broke. yes I coughed up up front but worth it
> in the long run! Plenty going second hand too.
>
> 2-slot Argos one currently 110.
> 4 slot - 145.
>
>
> Sue Wrote:
> --------------------------------------------------
> -----
> > But the Dualit toaster with replaceable parts
> > costs (or did do when I bought a toaster) in
> the
> > region of 200!!!!
> >
> > Their "cheaper" (still vastly expensive) models
> do
> > not have replaceable parts.



[www.johnlewis.com]

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey 31 December, 2018 20:28

Shame so much more expensive at John Lewis. Suggest shop around as above.



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messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Sue January 01, 03:51PM

hpsaucey Wrote:
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> Shame so much more expensive at John Lewis.
> Suggest shop around as above.


But unless Dualit have radically changed their policy in the last year or so, it is only the mega expensive top of the range models which have replaceable parts these days.

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by natty01295 January 04, 01:02PM

I TYPED IN GOOGLE dualit bread maker parts

BELOW;

[www.google.com]

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by lavender27 January 04, 01:19PM

Thanks 01295

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by Sue January 04, 10:53PM

Apparently it's the Dualit Classic range which has repairable or replaceable parts:

[www.which.co.uk]

messageRe: electrical repairs
Posted by hpsaucey January 12, 07:52PM

Hi all. Found this in case of interest: [therestartproject.org]

Project to give people the knowhow to repair appliances etc. and to repair them for you too. Event tomorrow in Norwood Library.

HP


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