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Trying to decipher washing machine model numbers

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Just trying to decipher Hotpoint Washing washing machine numbers 

Our washing Machine is a WMUD843P.

So, OK I predict the WM=Washing machine, the U=Ultima(which is what it is)  but what is the 'D' for? - its not a Washer/Dryer model ... and I predict the 8=8KG, the 4=1400rpm spin speed, the 3= (im not sure , could it mean revision of the model?)  and the P=Polar white (the colour of the machine) 

what do you reckon? 



 

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Yes Hotpoint washer dryers have always been called WD for washer dryer. In this particular case I would guess the D might stand for digital. Having said that you would expect most washing machine should have a digital display by now.


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ah yes I never thought it could stand for digital - thanks.  

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I just noticed that they advertised digital display as part of the features of that particular model. So I made an educated guess. I can't imagine it standing for anything exciting :-)


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