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Miele W4840 and T9820 Service Manuals

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Need service manuals for the Miele W4840 washing machine and the T9820 dryer

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all I got is the washer manual ..

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Thanks for the Miele W4840 manual!  I took a quick look through it and it seems to be thin in the electrical area.  Is there a separate schematic which is available somewhere?  Also any idea where one could get a manual for the T9820 dryer?  I take it Miele is one of the companies which is really parsimonious with their manuals? I haven't yet bought the Miele washer and dryer.  Should I be looking at Electrolux instead?

Best regards,

Henry Heetderks

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sorry, I don't know where to get the manuals .. also parts ?

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After much travail, weeping, and gnashing of teeth, I was able to locate the service manual for the T9820 dryer. Link PMed.

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I too would like to find copies of the service manuals for Miele W4840 washer and T9800 dryer.  I plan to buy them if I think the engineering makes them worth the extra money.  I live way out in the boonies, and will probably have to service them myself, like I service almost everything else I own.

Will I be able to have parts shipped to me?

IdahoBackwoods

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[user=39424]IdahoBackwoods[/user] wrote:

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Will I be able to have parts shipped to me?

probably, but from who ?

 

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Miele USA wouldn't ship parts?

The alternative would be to get the nearest dealer (130 miles away) to order the parts and I would pay the dealer for them.

But the basic reason to pay extra for a Miele would be to lessen the chance of needing parts for a long time.

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Or would you advise a rural person like me to get a Whirlpool to make it easier to find parts on the Internet?

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