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Miele Laundry tested by washerdryerinfo.com

Posted by whirlpool_trainee (My Page) on
Fri, Jul 20, 12 at 16:11

Here's their scoop on the (now discontinued) Miele appliances. This is only the dryer, but the washer should follow shortly.

Alex

Here is a link that might be useful: .washerdryerinfo.com//Miele-T9802-Super-Large-Capacity-Electric-White-Dryer-Review


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RE: Miele Laundry tested by washerdryerinfo.com

All for naught at this point, but an excellent read. Thank you.

I will state that our T 9822 that Miele gave us in exchange for our T 9820 is night-and-day in their differences. The T 9822 (gas) performs exceedingly well -- something I cannot endorse regarding the T 9820 (gas).


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The dryer rating confuses me. They state in the article how excellent and gentle and wonderful the dryer is, yet they give it a 5 out of 10 rating. WTF? And the washer gets no numerical rating at all.


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Yeah, I don't understand all their ratings, either. But it's good to see that is does a good job lifting stains and its Normal cycle is warmer than 70-something degrees.

Alex


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RE: Miele Laundry tested by washerdryerinfo.com

They also say that the Express cycle is good for the majority of fabrics. That's a 30-minute cycle, I doubt most people would be satisfied with the results but I could be wrong.


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RE: Miele Laundry tested by washerdryerinfo.com

I use the Express cycle in our W4842 if I have no more than three to six items to wash, per the owners manual guidelines. (lightly soiled clothing, and nothing grungy like sweaty golf shirts or work-out stuff or bad ring-around-the-collar)
Express cycle really does a good job.


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