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Stock Number: ES186730
Manufactured by Ariston
(This part fits select Indesit models)
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Your washing machine's clothes lifter keeps your laundry circulating properly, ensuring that your clothes come out of the washer clean.
This spare drum agitator is a genuine part and will fit select Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit and New World washing machines. Please check the list of compatible appliances prior to ordering.
- Scottish Borders
- Fix-It Beginner
Web site easy to use. Just put in make and model no. up came the required part. Came quickly as promised and fitted in seconds. Brilliant!
- Fix-It Beginner
Product exactly what it says it is very easy to fit and very satisfied with the product would definitely recommend x
- Fix-It Beginner
Prompt service and delivery of product.
Fitting is simple although a very firm 'push' is required to locate tabs.
I have tried fitting replacements but there is a metal piece in the centre that when upright prevents the paddles from sliding/cliping into place. If I bend this piece down and flush with the drum then the paddles slide/clip perfectly into place, however when I use the machine the paddles are not held securely and snap off (again!). I now need to order more of these but need to know how I get them to hold in place after fitting - i.e. how do I get the metal piece in position to hold them?
- 02 August 2010
I used a short length of thin string to lift the metal tab back up after fitting the paddle. Before fitting I bent the tab flush with the drum. I then looped the string around the tab (no knots) and fed the loose ends through a hole in the paddle. The paddle was pushed into place and then gripping both ends of the string I pulled the tab back up. The string was then removed by pulling one loose end.
secret mile muncher
- 08 October 2010
We do have a help video for fitting this part but cannot advise beyond this unfortunately. If you require further assistance please contact an engineer for fitting this part.
- 03 August 2010
- 07 February 2010
Going to be a bit late with this answer I think but when it happened to my machine it was an Allen Key swirling about at the back of the drum that was shearing off the plastic clips that hold the paddles in place!
- 12 October 2011
Sorry we don't diagnose faults, only replace the spare parts. Should you need technical assistance, please speak to an engineer.
- 10 June 2010
- 27 July 2010
My model number is different but if fitting is the same you place the paddles over the grooves in the drum then push forward or back into the narrow section of the grooves and the paddles are secure quite literally a minutes job.
- 05 August 2010
wf561puk washing machine paddle has a hole in it but i cant work out how it comes off to fit the new one i have just ordered, any suggestions.
- 24 August 2009
It should just slide towards you. It may be a bit stuck as they are tight fitting but it will slide towards you with a bit of effort then the new one simply slides back onto the metal slots.
Hope this helps.
- 03 November 2009
I have an Ariston AMLG 101 (Washer/dryer). Will this drum paddle fit my machine???
- 07 July 2009
Hi Vals, I'm afraid I can't match your model number in our washing machine or tumble dryer databases. Would it be possible to double check? For help locating it, use our guide: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx#a7
- 08 July 2009
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