Washing Machine Drain Pump

Stock Number: ES1436021

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (46 customer reviews)

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Description

Is your washing machine in need of a replacement drain pump? This may just be the part you need! This replacement drain pump is a compatible spare for select Bosch and Siemens washing machines.

As with all spare parts please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to ensure that this is the correct drain pump for your washing machine.

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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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (46 customer reviews)
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  • Top quality - sure I will use you more in future!

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    By - Malmö, Sweden

    It's now three days after installation and the pump works perfectly. The purchased pump is identical to the old one. I am very satisfied, starting with the assistance when searching (identify the model) after the pump, excellent delivery until a high quality and well working spare part.The video really help you to overcome the feeling - can I do this?
  • Very good replacement fits Bosch model# WAE28162GB/05

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    By - London

    brilliant deal price for the replacement pump. It will fit the mentioned model above despite (on this site) it saying that it dosent when you search. Just ring up and customer services will help. On their list it fits. If its for a Bosch please bear in mind that if you only wish to get the pump itself(without the housing) make absoulutely sure that it is a 4 lug fitting as all the after market pumps I looked at only had 3, so its best to get this one with the housing. It can save you the trouble of opening it all up and realizing then, having to wait for another delivery etc. Someon else left a review about this and it helped me as I almost got the one without housing.. I am grateful and therefore want to share my experience on here. Dont freak out if like me you noticed the connector plug was different to the original as there luckily are 2 of them. Just check the other side of the unit and there it is ;) Total relief for me. Thing is quiet as a mouse now and will go for years Im sure. Dont rush the installment make sure everything is done one step at a time with patience and its worth checking all hoses, cleaned and fitting nicely afterwards .. Good luck ;)
  • Almost identical to original, worked fine

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    By - London

    Fitted to Bosch washer drier, pump was working, but not developing enough head to pump into standpipe, had me puzzled for a while, because the rotor was free and spinning under power, and it was pumping, but no head. This pump is from the same manufacturer as the original, slight differences, but nothing that matters, and easy to fit. Electrical connector identical, hose outlets same size and position. So, pump fitted, ran the machine, worked fine, saved my daughter more trips to the launderette and buying a new machine. Had to phone up to find the pump, I don't remember it coming up under model search.

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  • Q pump not blocked but machine sometimes won't empty 1 Answer

    Sometimes my Siemens XL1400 washing machine sticks on the rinse cycle and won't pump out. I have taken the pump out and the pump and hoses are not blocked. The fault is intermittent. What next? Any ideas gratefully received. Cheers.

    By Amanda - Gwynedd - 12 August 2014

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      If you have not replaced the pump yet that is the most likely problem as sometimes they can stick and not start.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 12 August 2014

  • Q Can't access the pump to replace it 1 Answer

    Silly question maybe, attempted to access pump from back but can't. Do you go in through the bottom of the machine in the video?

    By Anonymous - Scottish borders - 22 July 2014

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      If the base is 'open' you can disconnect your machine and carefully lower it onto its side to access the pump or on some Bosch machines you can remove the front panel to access the pump. See the attached video.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 23 July 2014