Marco

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  1. Thanks for the reply. I pulled the machine out today just to make sure the waste hose wasn't being fouled in any way. It wasn't, so I'm happy that the pumping is just what this machine does, just can't recall the old one pumping as audibly that was all. It does drain the water pretty quick with no error codes, clicking dials etc so I reckon all is well
  2. Some councils will take bulky waste away for free if you ring them. You may have to wait a few days though. I've disposed of cookers and a washing machine this way
  3. Found this website AFTER I bought my new machine whilst googling to find out why new machines are cold fill only... Anyway I plumbed in the new machine last Thursday. It's nice enough and washes clothes just fine. However it's a lot noisier than the old one, with a 'whizzy' spin that is audible as the wash progresses (sounds like something needs oiling). However the main thing that concerns me is that it seems to be pumping an awful lot, even whilst spinning and I don't recall my old machine doing this. I used the waste pipe under my sink same as the old machine and I was very careful not to foul the waste hose when pushing the new machine back under the worktop. Do I need to pull out the machine to investigate or do modern machines pump a lot more. Great website by the way. Thanks