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No bottom panel at base of washing machine

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First post on what is a great site.

Just taken delivery of an AEG machine from John Lewis. Started to unwrap it and found the bottom is exposed so can see all the internals.

Had a Hotpoint previously but decided to go with AEG, not a good start so far, Having not had a machine in about 7 years i'm pretty sure this should be covered right?


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Cheers, and sorry for late reply. It's common for many washing machine's to have a base these days but it's not necessary to have one and they never had them for decades. The only reason to have one is if a leak detection system is fitted which contains a float and microswitch.

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