Hello all Electrolux & Dometic owners

Discussion in 'Introduce Yourself' started by pete@ashbridge, Sep 5, 2007.

  1. pete@ashbridge

    pete@ashbridge Deleted User

    Hello everyone, just a quick intro for you all. I run the spare parts department at Ashbridge Domestic Appliances. We are the official service agents for Electrolux & Dometic. So if anyone has any queries or wishes to purchase genuine spare parts for their fridges, air-cons, toilets, safes, water purifiers, generators, dishwashers or vacuum cleaners, then look no further.

    As registered users of motorhomefun.co.uk we will give you a 5% discount on all purchases made if you mention the website when ordering.

    Or please just drop me a line
     
  2. Lindy-C

    Lindy-C Deleted User

    Great news Pete, and a very warm welcome....good to have you aboard!

    Can you get spares for USA Dometic units?
     
  3. Munchie

    Munchie Funster Life Member

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    Hi, thanks for the discount and welcome to the site. :BigGrin:
     
  4. pete@ashbridge

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    Hello, I do believe we can. Let me know the details of your appliance and I'll have a look for you.

    pete@ashbridge
     
  5. Lindy-C

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    Hi Pete
    Thanks for the reply, I don't have a specific requirement at the moment but in my line of business I often get asked.
    Best regards
    Linda
     
  6. pete@ashbridge

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    OK, no problem, let me know if I can help.
     
  7. Adria 5

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    hi welcome to the site:Smile:

    ray
     
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    Welcome and thanks for offering the discount:Smile::Smile::Smile::Smile::Smile:
     
  9. Ralph

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    Just a question for you Pete, with your Dometic experience:
    I had to have the cooling unit replaced in my Dometic fridge freezer when it was just under 2 years old at a cost of over £300.
    Is this a common thing to happen? I was a bit shocked at the price and needing it so early in the fridge's life. It's put me off of Dometic products but, of course, you have to have what the van converter decides.
     
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    hiya pete....thanks mate...sammclouis :BigGrin:
     
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    Hi Pete and a big welcome from me to MotorhomeFun :BigGrin:
    Your offer of a discount to our members is very generous and valued, many thanks :BigGrin:

    Keith
     
  12. pete@ashbridge

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    Hello Ralph. Yeah sorry to hear about your unit going down. Unfortunately, when your unit goes, you have 2 choices which can cost around the same price. A new unit or a new fridge.

    The unit is the 'brain' of the fridge and there are no ways of looking after or servicing a unit.
     
  13. pete@ashbridge

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    Hello Sam, thanks for the tip-off about this site.
     
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    Nice to hear this is there anywhere on the Forum this can go for future reference.
     
  16. Keith and Debs

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    Hi All

    Sorry but i have to disagree with you on this one Pete. One way we can all look after our fridge/freezer and make it last a lot longer is to always always operate it Level one of the most common causes of cooling unit failure is operating off level.

    Operating a unit out of true has a cumulative effect so its no good going away for a couple of days and thinking its not quite level it will be okay.. it wont eventually it will fail due to operating off level...

    Apologies if i am teaching people to suck eggs, just thought it was worth mentioning....

    Keith ....
     
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