Hotpoint Washing Machine & Tumble Dryer Door Hinge

Stock Number: ES187109

Manufactured by Hotpoint

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Washing Machine & Tumble Dryer Door Hinge

If your washing machine or tumble dryer's door hinge is on its last legs, or an accident has left it broken, why not let eSpares help today? This genuine spare hinge from Hotpoint could be the ideal replacement that can get your old appliance back to its best. Those clothes will be fresh, clean and warm again in no time!
 
Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Creda, Hotpoint and many more brands of washers and dryers.
 
Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.
 

How to fix a washing machine door hinge

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 - North Devon

    What can I say,machine went down 1530 on Thursday ordered part 1710. It came in the post 0930 Friday and the washing was going through it's cycle by 1030. NO one could have given a better service than that. A very BIG thank you to E-SPARES for a BRILLIANT service. It is nice to know a company you can rely on.
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    By - blackpool

    Second hinge we have bought for our dryer that is still going strong after 10 + years. Who needs a new one when you can still get spare parts.
  • Very easy to fit

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    By - Cardiff

    Perfect fix to get the dryer up and running. Bought for Electra 37755. Thanks to the fitting video on the item page I fitted it in about 10 mins.

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  • Q What can you do if the hinge backplate falls inside ? 2 Answers

    I hadn't read this - wish I had ! So when I unscrewed the hinges I heard something fall which I now know was the hinge backplate and I have nothing to screw the hinges into. Is there any way to open it up to get the hinge plate back in line or any way to replace with a new hinge plate ?

    By Fionapmcc - 08 January 2009

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      Dont worry, it happerned to me and was easy to over come, you only need to take the top off, then just need to tip the machine up a little, put two big books under each front corner of the machine, this will not be to much that it can fall over, put your arm under and you will find it, then may be get some one to help you hold the front of the hinge and you can hold the back part by putting your arm down through the top, then this can be screwed back on. It will save you a small furtune doing it your self, Thanks to espares.

      By Drumski - Dorset - 04 March 2010

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      OK, for future DIY`ers; Do not let this happen if avoidable, BUT, when installing the hinge...DISCONNECT THE FRONT TUB RUBBER SEAL FROM THE FRONT OF THE WASHING MACHINE and you can hold the Backplate inside as you put the screws through OUTSIDE HINGE and screw it up. OR, remove the TOP COVER and FRONT TOP PANEL and SOAP TRAY so as to REACH DOWN to hold the back plate. I have not ever had this machine of mine turned on its` side but I think that most all machines of these types are OPEN UNDERNEATH so that you could search around for it.

      By HAMG7VPL - Blackburn - 12 January 2009

  • Q Inner and outer door trim 1 Answer

    Fitted the part as per instructions and it fits like a glove. There is no damage at all to the inner and outer door trim but we have an annoying leak, it appears water is getting inbetween the door trims building up and then leaking out. Its obvious something we have done as the leak wasn't present before. Any ideas what we should be rechecking? Thanks for your help.

    By nottmdon - Nottm UK - 22 November 2014

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      The door glass should seal to the cabinet. If moisture or water is leaking from the bottom of the door it is likely to be due to damage to the seal allowing moist air to escape.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 24 November 2014

  • Q Fitting a door hinge 1 Answer

    Model WM75P. I have seperated the inner and outer door parts but the hinge bearings do not lift as per tghe video. The spindle has snapped at the entrance to the bearing. How do I lift the bearing and remove the broken spindle. I have ordered spare part 016/4333/- but how do I fit the spindle into the bearings ?

    By Anonymous - Howden, east Yorkshire - 05 December 2013

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      If a hinge bearing is blocked by the hinge pin look for a small hole at the opposite end, if one is fitted use a small drill or nail to push the hinge pin out of the bearing. If you cannot remove the pin order the hinge bearing itself.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 December 2013

  • Q Seperating front and rear door trim on Hotpoint Aquarius WM61 1 Answer

    I have bought a replacement hinge for my Hotpoint Aquarius washing machine ! I cannnot get the front and rear door trims apart ! I have removed the screws but the trims will not "pop" apart ! I do not want to force them and risk damaging the trims ! Can you advise please ?

    By Swiftnick - Swindon Wilts - 15 November 2013

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      The two parts of the door clip together and can be difficult to separate, use a smooth lever like an old spoon or cycle tyre lever to gently prise the pieces apart.

      By Christopher eSpares Staff - 15 November 2013

  • Q How do you actually get into your washing machine when the door catch has seized / broken so you cannot open the door 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - Lincolnshire - 10 September 2011

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      maybe you can get to the back of the catch ,by taking the top off the machine and pushing the catch with a long screwdriver.BUT MAKE SURE YOU UNPLUG THE MACHINE FIRST.!

      By billy - manchester - 20 November 2011