White Knight (Crosslee) Tumble Dryer 3 Rib Drive Belt

Stock Number: ES185415

Manufactured by White Knight (Crosslee)

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Rated 4.6 out of 5 (60 customer reviews)

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White Knight (Crosslee) Tumble Dryers Zanussi Tumble Dryers

Description

Have your tumble dryers drum spinning smoothly again with this replacement belt. 

  • Type: Poly-vee
  • 3 Ribbed

This is a genuine spare for select White Knight and Zanussi tumble dryers, please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to ensure it will fit yours.

How to replace a tumble dryer belt

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 (60 customer reviews)
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    By - North Shields

    It fits perfectly and is of a very good quality and think it will last years.
  • certainly alot cheaper than a new dryer

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    By - derby

    thought I needed a new dryer as the drum was not turning. So husband said lets see if we can get a new belt. Espares to the rescue good price quick delivery. Belt fitted dryer gets a good clean DE-FLUFFED and there you have it just like a new dryer . Brilliant service and there is not much you can't buy here when it comes to spare parts
  • Excellent.

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    By - Peterborough

    Does exactly what it says on the tin. Fit right and restored my tumbler's tumble. Couldn't ask for anything more.

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  • Q Are they easy to fit and how 3 Answers

    By Rich1952 - wilts - 06 October 2009

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      I followed hectorsden instructions, but couldn't get enough room to get the belt in by easing the door back, so I took half the screws out of one side of the backplate and eased that back - this gave me enough room to get the belt in. Getting the belt over the drive pulley was tough - in the end I used a gardening thing like a tiny rake with three metal prongs on it - I hooked the belt and managed to pull it over the pulley. Took me an hour to do it, but all working great now!

      By fareye - North Yorks. - 14 December 2013

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      I used the instructions above by hectorden and got the belt fitted pretty quickly. All I can add is that when I put it all back together there was a scraping noise where the fins at the back were rubbing against the metal back cover. The solutio was ultimately quite easy. You simply bend the fins back a bit. They are made of soft metal and bend back very easily. Mine had gone out of shape as I had tried to the propeller at the back off to get the belt on. PS I was very unimpressed with eSpares over this. I ordered on Sunday and it wasnt even despatched till the following Thursday. Very poor indeed and completely unable to provide an explanation, just a "its sent now" response by email.

      By msharif911 - 24 October 2010

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      Not easy but with a bit of perseverance it can be done. I removed the top and back panel then eased the drum back from the door to be able to get the belt round the drum. Top tip when the belt is round the drum tape it in the centre with electrical tape to stop it moving around. I then turned the dryer upside down and removed the small inspection cover from the bottom and with a little bit of effort pulled the belt over the drive pulley. Put all the screws back in removed the electrical tape and job done.

      By hectorsden - Nottingamshire - 02 February 2010

  • Q how long is this drive belt 3 Answers

    My white knight tumbe dryer is model number WK447 the part number of the belt is different from this one but I just need to know the length to know if it will fit.

    By dtfixitman - london - 02 May 2009

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      Hi again Dtfixitman, I've done quite an exhaustive search with the info you've given me, and it's been pretty fruitless! I've gone through our supplier programs, sent emails, even just blind Googled! I'm afraid I can't find any matches for you whatsoever, and I wouldn't want to recommend you a belt that you might have to return. Sorry I couldn't be of more help.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 12 May 2009

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      Hi Rory, its a fairly old machine but the model no. is definately WK447. The part no. of the belt is 4213 078 50862 and it's around 6ft long (182cm)

      By dtfixitman - london - 08 May 2009

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      Hi Dtfixitman, I'm afraid I can't match the model number you've given me in our database of White Knight machines. Would it be possible to double check? For help, use our guide: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx#a7

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 07 May 2009

  • Q fitted a new belt to my dryer supplied by espares. It is really tight, it was at least 100mm short of the pulley is this normal? 1 Answer

    By geoff - berkshire - 04 February 2012

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      The belt needs to be tight, don't forget a load of wet washing is heavy and if the belt is too loose then it will slip on the motor pully.

      By Corby-boy - Northants - 14 February 2012

  • Q where will i find the model number ? 1 Answer

    By tommyplonk - 25 September 2009

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      Hi Anon, Here's our guide to finding the model number on a tumble dryer: http://www.espares.co.uk/findingmodelnumbers.aspx#a7 Hope that helps!

      By Samara eSpares Staff - eSpares Towers - 27 November 2009

  • Q Can you supply a pulley for sprung loaded tension arm keeping the drive belt taught 1 Answer

    Model White Knight Spin dryer Model CL332WV

    By nejo - 15 April 2009

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      Hi Nejo, I'm afraid we don't stock pulleys for the CL332WV, sorry.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 23 April 2009