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    • TomJ
    • By TomJ 10th May 19, 9:50 PM
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    Zanussi Pyrolytic Oven offer
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    Zanussi Pyrolytic Oven offer 10th May 19 at 9:50 PM
    My oven died last week, forcing me to spend more time looking into oven pricing than I ever had heretofore. I thought I'd share the result of my digging. If like me you have to replace a single built in oven, or you want to upgrade your existing one for a pyrolytic self cleaning one, John Lewis are offering a 100 pound trade-in and waiving their usual 20 free for carting your old one away for recycling on this Zanussi model, reducing the cost of new oven + disposal of old one from 399 to 279. This is the best deal I could see on a pyrolytic oven, so I've gone for it.
    I am not a financial advisor or other expert. All posts are purely my thoughts at the time for discussion, not advice. Bear in mind, even most of this disclaimer is ripped off another forum user. Please check out the facts first before doing anything.
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