This replacement drive belt is a genuine spare part and it will fit select Creda, Crusader, Electra, English Electric, Hotpoint, Jackson and Parnall tumble dryers. Prior to ordering, please check the list of appliances to ensure this is the right part for you.
This can also be known as Pulley Belt, Motor Belt, Drum Belt, Fan Belt.
-1894mm in length.
Please note: for certain models this part is date code dependent, the date code is the first 2 digits of the serial number. Please check that your model and date code are listed under the list of appliances to ensure that this is the correct part for your tumble dryer.
How to replace a tumble dryer belt
This video should help with fitting this part. However, the exact layout and fitting technique may differ for your make and model.
Be safe - always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work on it.
If you are in any doubt contact a qualified repairer.
QPros & cons of 'pulley version' belt vs. 'elasticated version' for Creda 37762e1 Answer
On eSpares, my dryer (Creda 37762e) is listed as being compatible with both these belts. I can't see any indication of date-specificity in the compatibility listings. They cost the same. Is one type better than the other, e.g., is the elasticated type less prone to slipping?
By irb- London
- 29 December 2010
Hi irb, there's no definitive 'better' belt. Curiously, in your particular model, there's two ways to do exactly the same job. The elasticated belt is smaller belt of the two, and fits around the drum and the motor spindle. The pulley version of the belt fits around a spring loaded pulley. Basically, the belt must be completely taut to spin the drum - the elasticated version's tension comes from the elasticated material it is made of, and the pulley version gets its tension from the spring loaded pulley it fits around. In terms of which one I'd recommend, I'd say go with whichever you currently have in your dryer - you'll easily be able to see when you remove the back panel of the dryer.