Indesit Washing Machine Rear Drum Bearing for WN1060WG

Stock Number: ES102262

Manufactured by Ariston

(This part fits select Indesit models)

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Washing Machine Rear Drum Bearing

Genuine Part for select Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit, New World, Philco and Tricity Bendix washers. Please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to make sure this is the right drum bearing for your appliance.

This is Ariston spares reference: C00013563

How to replace washing machine bearings

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.
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  • Repalcing the bearings on an Indesit

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    By - Rugby

    Once sourced this item arrived in ultra quick time. I was a little surprised at the packaging just being a card envelope but I guess it is quite a robust piece. Bit of a pig to fit (for my husband) but done after about 4 hours.

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    By - BROMLEY

    This is one of 2 bearings for the Ariston A1234 .I supported the spider housing on 4 bricks so as not to damage the housing when driving the bearings home. The outer bearing is best fitted first. after ensuring the housing area is clean , a drop of WD40 in the casing helps to drive the bearing into place using a wooden block on the bearing , then hammer it down ensuring it is going down evenly. Then turn it over to repeat the process. This bearing has to go lower than the lip of the housing so can be carefully driven right down using a chisel, being careful not to score the housing. Finally the bearing Seal can be fitted. Being rubber coated, this can be carefully tapped down with a hammer....You are now ready to fit the spider housing to the spigot which is attached to the drum. On this model the drum is not removable from the tank. To fit the spider housing the drum can be supported on a 10 litre paint tub. It fits in the opening of the tank . Next ensure the brass ring which the Seal has to run on is smooth and clean. I polished mine with a bit of metal polish wadding. Thoroughly clean it afterwards and apply a bit of WD40 to the brass ring, this will help the seal to slide down over the ring as you offer the spider housing down onto the spigot. You can tap it down using the old rear bearing over the top of the new one. Then secure the pully wheel and screw up tightly. this should pull the housing down home. You are now ready to refit any ancillary parts you may have removed , ie, concrete weight ring and door rubber. You are now ready to fit refit the tank in the machine.

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