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Siemens extends free five year warranty scheme

Free extended warranty with kitchen appliances
Siemens five-year guarentee

Siemens is extending a scheme offering free five year warranties to those buying certain Siemens kitchen appliances.

The free five year warranty offer, which applies to a range of Siemens freestanding white goods and vaccum cleaners, will be extended until the end of March 2010.

Visit our section for reviews of the latest Siemens washing machines, , , , freezers and vaccum cleaners.

Extended warranty

To qualify for a free five year warranty, customers must buy one of a group of selected appliances from a participating Siemens dealer and register the included guarantee offer within 30 days.

The free warranty covers the cost of all call outs, parts and labour required due to mechanical faults and failure during the first five years.

Siemens five year warranty offer

Siemens’ free five year warranty is available to those buying one of the following appliances:

Siemens washing machines

WM14E162GB, WM12E46SGB, WM12S383GB,WM14S383GB, WM16S383GB, WM12S494GB, WM14S494GB, WM16S494GB, WM14S795GB, WM16S795GB, WM16S79CGB, WM14S79BUK.

Siemens tumble dryers

WT36V398GB, WT46E389GB, WT46S590GB, WT46S59BUK, WT46W560GB, WT46W56CGB.

Siemens dishwashers

SE26T252UK, SN25M230UK, SN25M830UK, SN26M290GB, SN26M890GB, SN26M690GB, SN26T590GB, SN26T252GB, SN26T552GB, SF24T258GB, SF24T558GB.

Siemens fridges

KS38RA90GB, KS38RN95GB, KT16RP43GB, KG39NS30GB, KG49NP93GB, KG39NA93GB,KG34NA43GB, KG34NA93GB, KG34NA13GB, K36NA53GB, KA62DA70GB, KA62DP90GB

Siemens freezers

GS40NA30GB, GS32NA91GB, GS12DP42GB

Siemens vacuum cleaners

VSZ62545GB, VSZ61245GB

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