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MOVING SALE! After 4 fantastic years in Adelaide it is time to move back home...We need to sell our family car and the washing machine! Land Rover V8i - 7 Seater - FOR SALE! (Asking $5,000) Features: Leather seats 2 power sunroofs Low mileage for a 1994! 6 disc CD player Anti-theft alarm Power windows and locks Child-proof locks Airbag SRS Electric mirrors Remote locking Awesome heater for winter! Good air-con Petrol engine Recent repairs: 2012: Clinders re-bored and new expansion tank 2014: Radiator hoses replaced, engine flushed, new brakes, new seals. All repairs done by Triumph Rover Spares (7 Magna Court, Lonsdale, SA 5160) Up to date with all oil changes and routine maintenance. Rego good until June 22! Upcoming repairs: New tires Leaking fuel hose Roof lining saggy Missing a tail-light on the back right bumper (Just wanting to be honest....) AND>>> Electrolux LifeStyle Wash System Front Loader ((**Like New**)) It has been a great machine...many cycle options and "hand wash" option is perfect for delicate clothes. Never damaged anything Great water and power usage. Has a good spin cycle that leaves clothes damp but not dripping wet....clothes dry so fast! This model also has the Cold Water feature...awesome for colors and difficult to find. Love the Quick Wash mode! Asking $450 The car and washer are available May 30th
I have brought over my brand new un-used Washing Machine and Tumble Dryer from the UK. But I have a problem. I cut of the pre-moulded UK plug and changed it to the 3 pin Ozzie plug, but it tripped the switched. Went back to Bunnings and changed the plug from a 10 amp standard ozzie plug to a 15 amp ozzie plug one. Only to realise that the pins were to big for my sockets, thus I went back to Bunnings, got the smaller pin 15 amp ozzie plug and yet again it always trips my main switch. I put the English plug back on with the right fuse and used it with an adapter and it still tripped also tried it with a extension socket and it still tripped. Not sure what to do? Any advice will be very much appreciated. Tony
Just the day before we had our furniture taken to be shipped over to Adelaide, we purchased a brand new washing machine and tumble dryer, as we were told that these two items are quite expensive to purchase here. Our container arrived yesterday and could not wait to use our new washing machine. I used an adapter to connect our washing machine, but it tripped the electric switch outside the house. I changed the English plug for an Australian plug and it still tripped the electric switch, so I changed it from a 10 amp Australian plug to a 15 amp Australian plug. But then found out that the actual pins were to big for my sockets. What have found out is that the rented house we are living in has only got 10 amp sockets and we cannot use any more than 10 amp plugs/applicances from the UK, we had to buy a toaster and a kettle because ours would not work, thus tripping the electric switch all the time. Hence we are selling both our un-used brand new Washing Machine and Tumble Dyer: Haus Washing Machine Price wanted $350 ($500 for both Washer & Dryer) Energy rating A. Washing performance B. Spinning performance C. Maximum spin speed 1000rpm. Maximum washing capacity 5kg. Variable washing temperature. Cold water fill. Size (H)85, (W)59.5, (D)53.5cm. 15 programmes in total, including: 145 minute 30 degree C cotton wash. 34 minute quick wash. Woollens. Rinse hold. Prewash. Silk wash. Economic wash. Technical specifications: Energy consumption: 0.95kWh/cycle. Water consumption: 49 litres/cycle. Estimated annual energy consumption: 190kWh/year. Estimated annual water consumption: 9800 litres/year. White Knight 372WV White Compact Tumble Dryer: Price wanted $150 Energy rating D. Maximum drying capacity 3kg. Vented. 2 heat settings. 140 minute timer including 12 minute cool tumble. Freshen up cycle. Fluff filter. Vent kit supplied. Rear vent. Manual control. Size (H)67, (W)50, (D)47cm. Technical specifications: Energy consumption 1.86kWh/cycle. Estimated annual energy consumption 289kWh/year.