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Maytag’s recently issued summer newsletter, Outlook, features the brand’s summer promotion – a five-year parts and labour warranty on all Maytag refrigeration. The promotion starts on 1 July and runs until 30 September 2008.
Miele has launched a free five-year warranty on the selected models of its newly introduced K10000 refrigeration range. The K10000 range is feature rich with enhanced storage solutions. The promotion will apply to products purchased between 1 June and 31 August 2008.
Morphy Richards has achieved accreditation under the Energy Efficiency Accreditation Scheme (EEAS), the UK’s independent benchmark for energy efficiency, owned by the Carbon Trust and managed by The National Energy Foundation.
Siemens has extended its free five-year guarantee scheme on selected free-standing washing machines, tumble dryers and dishwashers until the end of August 2008.
The Smeg SUK62CMX5 electric double oven Concert Cooker with ceramic hob ‘topped the charts’ in the May issue of Which? when the publication assessed 24 free standing cookers. Although the Smeg model, costing around £1,000, was the most expensive cooker tested, the magazine commented that “Its top ‘Best Buy’ status proves that style can have substance”.
Samsung’s LCD TVs, the 4, 5, 6 series from 32in upwards have been accredited with the European Eco-label ‘flower’ in recognition of their best-in-class environmental performance – through production and use to end-of-life.
Whirlpool has received two awards for its innovative AWO/D AS128 6th Sense AquaSteam washing machine. The ‘Best Buy’ accolade from Which? and the Good Housekeeping Institute Accreditation.

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