We have just cleared all of our present machine stocks. We have been very lucky to clear our sales of the limited stock we had at those excellent prices. Thank you very much to all of those customers who were kind enough to give us their business.
It is unfortunate that Electrolux Professional have changed their operations for sales and therefore we are now negotiating for possibly future sales. Unfortunately that does leave us without any stock for the immediate future. However please don’t let that put you off emailing us with your requirements and we will do our best to try and get you a good price.
We are proud to announce that we have managed to acquire access to spare parts for numerous other brands of washing machines and tumble dryers. Please read the extensive list below of the new brands we cover. Unfortunately it will be some time before we can get the parts on the website for easy ordering. Please in the first instance be kind enough to email us your inquiry through the website, for any of the brands mentioned and we will reply as soon as possible. The make, model, and were possibly the serial number, along with the description of the part, and or part number if possible will make it much easier for us to source and price the part you require.
We are now able to supply parts for: Alliance, Asko, GMP Commercial, Huebsch, Laco Machinery, Lapauw, Loadstar, Maytag, Primus, Schulthess, Speed Queen, Twinstar, UniMac,
Once again the vending machine market has to cope with the cost of replacing there coin mechanisms to fit the new one pound coin. We now have the part numbers for the new mechanisms so please see attached photos of the new mechanisms and there relevant part numbers. I have tried to keep the prices as competitive as possible for you, so please view the models you require and check the dimensions to make sure you order the correct size you need.
A former Tory councillor and employee of Armstrong Commercial Laundry Systems in Newbury has been jailed for three years. He admitted stealing £155,000 in coins from the launderette machines he was servicing over a period of four years.
Jonathan Woodley-Shead used a company key to empty £1 and 20p coins from washing machines and tumble dryers.