Hoover Washing Machine Drum Paddle

Stock Number: ES1086638

Manufactured by Hoover

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Make sure you keep your Hoover washing machine working like new by changing your old and worn-out drum lifters.

Genuine spare part for select Candy, Hoover, Otsein, Philco, Rosieres, Teka & Zerowatt washing machines. Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.

How to replace a washing machine drum paddle

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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    I have ordered this item on three or four separate occasions. They do not seem to be very good quality and break easily usually within a few months. I can't find any better quality one so I have to continue to buy them.
  • Exactly as described

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    By - Aberdeenshire

    Ordered these parts from E-spares as have used shop several times with other appliances and goods always arrive exactly as described and postage is usually quick as well. Cant fault the service in anyway.
  • was cheaper to buy 3 than 1!

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    By - fife

    2 of my paddles were busted, I use my washing machine hard and often spin extra before I tumble dry. with the voucher, the multiby discount and the slow shipping it ended up being cheaper than if I had bought 1 .

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  • Q Candy GODF 800-80 - does paddle fit without screws and is there advice on how to fit? 1 Answer

    By Diane - S> Wales - 07 April 2014

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      If the paddles do not just slide and lock in place we think on your machine the paddles slide into place and are secured using a stainless steal screw from under the tub. To access and remove the screw you may have to lay the machine on its side and remove the hose from the bottom of the tub. As the screw is not magnetic you can use 'blue tack' to hold it onto the screwdriver tip. This is a difficult repair and you may consider it best to contact an engineer to carry it out for you.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 April 2014

  • Q Could you please point me in the direction of the video on how to change the paddles? 1 Answer

    I have looked but can only find a video on how to change a hotpoint paddle. I have a candy washing machine and the paddles are different. Many thanks

    By Naomi - 17 September 2013

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      Just visit the 'Washing Machine Advice' section of our Advice Centre - our video on changing the paddle in an LG machine may help!

      By Joshua eSpares Staff - 18 September 2013

  • Q I have the new paddles for my candy washing machine but I am struggling to fit them. I have tried watching the video online but to no avail. Does fitting require me to take off the back and do i need to use fitting screws for my particlar model. 1 Answer

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    By paul - 03 September 2013

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      The drum assembly is supplied as one piece in this machine but the paddles are replaceable. From memory I think there is one maybe two stainless steel screws per paddle that need to be removed before you can slide the paddle and release it from its grooves. You may be able to reach these screws by lying the machine down and removing the sump hose.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 03 September 2013

  • Q How many drum paddles in a pack please? 1 Answer

    By tinkertaylor - 28 August 2010

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      One - I bought two to save postage and kept one as a spare!

      By AndyM - Norwich - 02 March 2011