Compatible Bosch Washing Machine Drain Pump

Stock Number: ES1436021

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Compatible Bosch Washing Machine Drain Pump

The drain pump in your washing machine is a key component of the washing process, as it removes the waste water from the drum of the machine at the end of the wash cycle. If you notice that the water is not being drained away as usual, it could be due to a faulty drain pump. eSpares could help you get back to water draining ways again with this replacement spare drain pump.
We can soon get you back to a fully working washing machine, so you can get through the pile of laundry piling up at home!


  • Askoll pump - Askoll Code: 292123
  • Voltage: 230-240V
  • Hertz: 50Hz
  • Wattage: 30W
  • 0.2A
  • Made In Italy
  • Manufacturers’ names and numbers are used for reference purposes only. This part is in no way associated with the initial manufacturer's parts

Compatible spare part suitable for select models of Bosch washing machines.

Please check the suitable model fit list to ensure that this is the correct part for 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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    By - Southend-on-Sea, Essex

    The washing machine was making a noise which I tracked down to the drain pump and when I got the pump off and looked inside there were coins, screws nails inside the pump!!. Looking on E Spares website and checking the model number of the part and our machine an order was placed and next day I installed the new part which fitted exactly and works a treat. E Spares pointed out that this was a compatible part but I would have no hesitation in fitting such parts in the future as the build quality and price is fantastic.
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    By - North of Inverness

    Thinking that I would need to buy a new washing machine, or at least pay through the nose for an engineer to visit twice to look at it and repair it, I contacted espares. 2 days later the pump arrived and after 15 minutes of simple mechanical work - 2 screws and an electrical connection - the washing machine was working again. Great value - great delivery to the North of Scotland at no extra charge - great customer service. As usual I will recommend espares to everyone who will listen. Thanks.
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    By - Lancashire

    With only a slight modification i.e. a hole drilled behind the front filter cover to enable removal of the front screw, this was a very easy changeover to do. Just undo the screw, loosen 3 jubilee clips and unplug terminal block - then replace. Job done

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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