It is more important than ever for consumers to register their appliances, so that they can be easily informed about product and safety related information.
Supported by the Government, our trade association AMDEA recommends that everyone use the Register my appliance web portal. It has been designed by our industry to make the task of registering both new and older appliances quick and easy. By simply clicking on one of the 60 brand logos, the user reaches a data entry form linked directly to the relevant manufacturer, where most accept registrations of products up to 12 years old.
Ask your friends and family to do the same. It’s easier than you think and in doing so, we will all be SAFER IN SECONDS.
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Well, the normal course of action is that the manufacturer, or the customers insurer will collect the machine and have it recycled. An alternative suggestion though could be………………
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We are looking to recruit someone to train as a Domestic Appliance Engineer. The successful candidate will ideally undertake a suitable NVQ at college one day per week. For the rest of the week, they will be placed with an experienced Domestic Appliance Engineer where they will look to learn how to service & repair Washing Machines, Tumble Dryers, Dishwashers, Cookers, and Refrigerators.
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