Compatible Washing Machine Drain Pump

Stock Number: ES1087464

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This product is compatible with:

  • Washing Machines but please check specifications

Description

Compatible Washing Machine Drain Pump

If the drain pump in your appliance has become faulty or damaged so your machine is no longer draining, then this quality spare is the ideal replacement. You can now help get your appliance back to draining the water away and not leaving water at the bottom of the machine.

Specification:

  • Type: Askoll M224 XP
  • 220-240V ac
  • 50Hz
  • 0.2A
  • 40W
  • Comes with 2x fixing brackets

Compatible spare part suitable for select models of Bendix, Candy, Electrolux, Onyx, Tricity, Tricity Bendix and Zanussi washing machines.

Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

How to replace washing machine pump

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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    Easy to shop at E Spares. Fast delivery to Northern part of Sweden.
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    By - United Kingdom

    Absolutely no issue's arrived on time ,done the job the video's on how to fit were spot on would definitely use espares again
  • pump excellent value quick delivery.

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    By - sale,cheshire

    excellent company to deal with used a few times now and will in the future,

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  • Q I have a Zanussi ZWF1221F washing machine which is'nt getting rid of water and after a spin cycle the clothes are still pretty wet. Could it be the pump?. 3 Answers

    By g - Motherwell - 07 November 2014

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      Thanks for rugbyscrumdown input but this is unlikely. A modern machine will not try and spin until the water level has reached empty. If this is not achieved within a few minutes the machine will usually shut down in a 'fault mode' with the remaining water in the drum. This would not just leave damp clothes but water in the drum as you unloaded.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 12 December 2014

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      possible slight blockage, have you cleaned the filter? If you run the machine on spin only after the end is it still wet? if not it is slightly blocked up, 1/4 packet of household soda crystals on 60 deg wash will sort it out( if you are in a hard water area)

      By rugbyscrumdown - Alton Hants - 11 December 2014

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      If the drum is not full of water it is draining correctly. The most likely cause of your problem is out of balance. For more information see our video: How to Prevent a Washing Machines Spinning Noisily http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/2401/how-to-prevent-a-washing-machines-spinning-noisily-

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 November 2014

  • Q SMELLY WASHING MACHINE!!!!! 2 Answers

    hI i HAVE A WHIRLPOOL WASHER MODEL AWO/6728 AND RECENTLY WE HAVE NOTICED A FAUSTY SMELL OF STALE WATER COMING FROM THE MACHINE ALSO THE WASHING ON A 1400 SPIN DOES NOT SEEM AS DRY AS IT USED TO BE?????? MANY THANKS FOR ANY HELP ON THIS..

    By ALLY - WORCESTERSHIRE - 07 February 2014

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      My technician recommended running the hottest programme once a week to see off nasty smells. We found a dose of of washing m/c cleaner did the trick

      By Alan - Oxford uk - 04 April 2014

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      The problem with your machine is likely to be a build up of mould and bacteria probably caused by not allowing the drum to dry out between washes. For more information see our video: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/7/1524/how-to-use-limescale-and-detergent-remover

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 10 February 2014

  • Q How do I stop water draining out of my machine? 2 Answers

    I have a samsung washing machine B1415J. The water comes into the machine and is drained out continuosly without the water pump being on. Also gives an E9 error. Can anyone help Please.

    By Nash - UK - 17 February 2011

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      The machine is syphoning.Check your outlet hose is not rammed down the pipe also check the stand pipe is 18 inches high. The fault code is telling you that the water is being drained from the machine

      By mayday1 - Spain - 25 February 2011

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      H Nash, it sounds as if the problem is with either the sump hose (the hose that drains the drum down to the pump) or the pump. Check both for damage, and replace as necessary.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 18 February 2011

  • Q How do I replace a motor pump in my washing machine 2 Answers

    I have a Tecnik washing machine model no TKL9060 which due to a short curcuit is now not working properly. An engineer said that it would be too costly to repair as it was a problem with the motor but if I replaced the motor pump would that solve the problem I wonder as all the programmes seem to be there on the control panel but it just makes a low whirring sound with no movement

    By AnnieO - Belfast - 20 January 2011

  • Q Does this pump have male spade connectors? 1 Answer

    I have a Haus washing machine. I suspect my pump is dead as all the hoses seem to be clear. The back of my current pump has male spades poking out of the motor but I can't see them on the image of the pump you have on your site

    By Rahman - London - 29 May 2015

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      On the second image of the part you can see the plastic moulded 'shrouds' for the male spade type connectors.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 01 June 2015