John Lewis JLTDC08 review
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The John Lewis JLTDC08 condenser tumble dryer is roomy enough to dry an 8kg load, which means if you have a medium-sized washing machine you’ll be able to transfer the whole load into the dryer. You’ll find helpful features, such as the remaining drying time display on the control panel and there’s a light in the drum that’s handy when unloading. But what’s it like when drying clothes? To find out, we tested it. Read on for our full review of this John Lewis condenser tumble dryer.
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