Zanussi Washing Machine Heater Element - 1950 Watts

Stock Number: ES1075038

Manufactured by Electrolux

(This part fits select Zanussi models)

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (14 customers)

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Description

If your washing machine isn't heating the water as well as it should be, perhaps your heater element is causing the problem. If so, we could have the part for you!

  • 1950 Watts

This genuine spare part is compatible with select AEG, Arthur Martin, Electrolux, John Lewis, Juno, Lux, Novamatic, Rex, Tricity Bendix, Zanker, Zanussi and Zoppas washers. Please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to ensure this part will fit your model.

How to replace a washing machine element - Bosch

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.

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (14 customers)
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  • Perfect Heating Element for my Washing Machine

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    By - Salisbury

    After much research ESpares website was able to point me to the exact replacement heating element I required for my John Lewis washing machine. While not particularly cheap it was good value as it was of excellent quality and complete with replacement thermostat. What was most useful were the two videos showing how to replace the element both for a front fitting and a rear fitting, the latter being much simpler. Fortunately I removed the back of the machine before ordering and found that it was a rear fitting. Following the video was simple and, although badly corroded, the old element was reasonably easy to carefully prise out. Smearing the new seal with washing up liquid was a good tip and the new element slid easily into place. There is a clip to fit it into. Make sure you remember the wiring connections. However they are not complicated. A very good purchase which saved me an expensive call out.
  • Elementary - I bought an element 16 months ago.

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    By - ENGLAND not britain.......

    We are just two Married people and a Mother in Law so a washer element should have a long life with us but the last one from espares only lasted 16 months.. The element is easy to replace if you are reasonably athletic so I bought another washer element from espares. This time I paid 50% more for an approved replacement part thinking it would be of better quality but when I compared the two elements they looked to be of a totally identical type so I presume that in 16 months from now??? I must state that the chances are that I will be looking elsewhere for an element that is if we do not buy a new washer. I can get a cheap £0? element of an identical pattern fto the ones I have bought for £000? and £0000? from somewhere else.... Why pay through the nose for an approved element when they are all being made to work only until the 1 year guarantee runs out!
  • Very pleased - great Espares first order experience

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    By - Bournemouth UK

    Part arrived quickly. I used next day option. DPD Delivery info was very well updated and parts arrived bang on the time slot. Quality of packaged items immediately apparent. Well packed and nice freebies included. Part itself was very good quality and in this case a doddle to fit (heater element for John Lewis washing machine). 10 minutes to fit and I was back in business and machine fully working. Very happy with Espares and would definitley use next time. A quality service.

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  • Q machine is not working at 40 deg but does at 30 deg. 1 Answer

    I have checked the heater element and get electrical continuity but there is another connection on the face plate, I assume that it is a thermistor but I do not get any continuity. Is this correct. If it needs the control board then the price will right the machine off.

    By Colin Dance - Trowbridge, Wilts.. - 30 July 2015

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      The grey connector to the one side of the heater in a NTC temperature sensor and will have a higher resistance of typically between 2000 and 4000 ohms so will not show on the low resistance range of a meter.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 30 July 2015