John Lewis JLWD1614 review
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John Lewis says it designed the JLWD1614 washer-dryer with a large porthole and wide-opening door so that it's easy to load and unload, and its control panel looks pretty straightforward, too. But you can't tell how well it cleans and dries just by looking, which is where our rigorous testing can help. Read our expert review to make sure this John Lewis washer-dryer will leave your whole wardrobe looking fantastic before you part with your cash.
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