Dec 2, 2017
Whirlpool tumble dryers: MPs' anger as replacement ends
MPs are demanding to know why the white goods manufacturer Whirlpool ended a product replacement scheme for dangerous tumble dryers. With growing waiting lists for a repair, the company announced it would allow customers to purchase a replacement dryer for the reduced price of £50. The Commons Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy Committee has written to Whirlpool, asking why it has chosen to end this replacement scheme. "In a statement to BBC News, Whirlpool said:"We continue to appeal to any remaining owners of the affected models to contact us immediately so we can modify their tumble dryers. "The Whirlpool statement continued:"All consumers who own an affected dryer are eligible for a free-of-charge modification.
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