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  1. Damage Caused By A Coin

    Thank you so much for your reply!!it solved the mistery!I just checked and found the dint you were taking about..it must have been something that was in the washing then..even though it was more likely already there before the last load since i put only three rugs in last time i used it. it's really annoing thinking that so many times I found coins or similar things on the drum after a wash and there's no hole in the rubber for one to go through !!that's what you get when you don't pick for yourself a decent washin machine with a metal outer drum..I reckon after this experience i'll become almost paranoid about empting every pocket..our house insurance won't cover it either so we'll hopefully get at least a second hand washin machine..if the landlord have mercy.. Thank you again for your help
  2. Damage Caused By A Coin

    I am feelling ripped off.. I am reay puzzled!Could that coin, or whatever caused the hole, disappear from the washin mashine??The engineer that came to have a look said that can't be find..but it can't be anywhere else than still inside the washin mashine i think...can't pass ther filter..can't jump out of ity!!My landlord now refuse to get us anoter washin machine because the report said tha it's our fault and it's a case of bad load. Please can anyone tell me if I have any right and I should insist for them to find that coin??Can that engeneer really not give me any prove that it's my fault?
  3. Hiya everyone!Hope you can help me. Over a week ago our washinmachine (Haier HW50-1002W) broke down...huge puddle on the floor. The ingeneer came round and said he found a hole size of may hand on the outer drum and that he is sure only something like a coin can cause it and we are not cover by guarantee in this case. It seems really strange to me since the machine was half loaded with 3 small cotton rugs i use for the bathroom and kitchen floor ..but assuming that it really was a coin, shoud not the guy actually prove and find the coin before refusing a repacement?? thanks you all for listening!!