Hoover Washing Machine Door Hinge for PE235

Stock Number: ES187341

Manufactured by Hoover

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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (116 customer reviews)

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This part is compatible with Hoover PE235 Washing Machines

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Description

Washing Machine Door Hinge

If your door is doing more hanging than the washing then you really should replace the hinge. This spare will have your machine door stable once again. Replacing a broken door hinge will make getting in and out of your machine easier, and it's a quick fix. This door hinge will have your washing machine door operating smoothly again in no time at all.

Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Hoover washing machines.
 
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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Rated 4.9 out of 5 (116 customer reviews)
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  • Saved me a lot of money

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    By - West Sussex

    I almost dumped my washing machine when the door fell off and was on the point of buying a new one when I decided to have a go at replacing the hinge - worth a try. I am a 65 year old female, yet managed to check the compatibility of the part with my machine on your site, ordered it, received it within two working days and fitted it in under half an hour. To be safe, I did take digital photos of the door as I was taking it apart - just in case I forgot where all the bits fitted, though it really only involved unscrewing 6 screws, separating the inner and outer doors, replacing broken parts and securing doors and screws again. Machine now working perfectly. Feeling quite chuffed with myself.
  • Good quality replacement

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    Very pleased with purchase of this part. Easy to fit and washing machine door working again
  • Loved it!!

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    By - London

    I fixed the door of my washing machine for a fraction of a price than if I had called a tradesman to do the job! By the way I am not good at DIY at all and still I could do the job easily! What a great idea and website!

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  • Q I except you have to split the door to fit the hinge. Do I need any parts that fit inside the door.Eg seals ect 3 Answers

    By greenspeed - Blackpool - 11 May 2009

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      Hi Greenspeed, we have a How-To video on fitting a washing machine door hinge in our Advice Centre. You can watch it here: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/washing-machines/a/7/1209/how-to-replace-a-washing-machine-door-hinge-a.html

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 09 March 2010

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      No, I didn't need anything except large screwdriver to separate door into two bits. After removing screws, door will not fall apart. Use the screwdriver to prise door apart. You'll have a nervous moment or two but go for it - it will come apart will a bit of persuasion. Hinge can then be easily inserted, screws replaced and door rehung onto machine. (Special star screwdriver was required for screws - had similar in a drill bit set)

      By ntsmaster - N.Ireland - 08 March 2010

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      No seals 5requiredr but check that the parts which hold the new hinge are in good condition.

      By fzrhunter - london - 20 July 2009

  • Q Can you advise if the part I mention below will do the full job please - hoover 1300 special edition door hinge - see below? 2 Answers

    door came away in my hand as the hinge literally sheered off - part is left on the door - main hinge on the machine. if I order a new one - will it fit in the door OK or do I need the door as well? Also could yu let me know the right one to buy as I can't see it on the list?

    By uglyfishface - 14 February 2009

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      Hi Uglyfishface, you'll need to find your machine's model number to find out whether this hinge fits - the number you quoted is the series number. Click the 'Here's how >>' link above for help. With regards to fitting the part, you should only need the hinge, as long as the door parts are still intact. Check out our video on how to fit a hinge here: http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/washing-machines/a/7/1209/how-to-replace-a-washing-machine-door-hinge-a.html

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 09 March 2010

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      the same thing happened to me, i bought this hinge - I identified the one i needed from the pics on the site, but you will probably need the part that goes inside the door as well. I only found this out when trying to fit the hinge so am back on the site looking for the part.

      By emo2 - Durham - 08 March 2009

  • Q My door hinge and has broken as has what it connects to in the door. Does this hinge come with both parts? 1 Answer

    By floorflush - Kent - 01 November 2010

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      Hi floorflush, this hinge comes as pictured; without any additional parts. To find the other parts you're after simply search your washing machine's model number using the bar at the top of the page to list all parts available for it.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 02 November 2010

  • Q Stock Number: ES187341 Door hinge 1 Answer

    Can you confirm this part is correct for; Hoover washing machine Ultracare 1100 Thank you.

    By JACKBUILT - 07 July 2009

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      it is the part for my machine, I can't comment for your machine as I don't know your model

      By Geobet - SCotland - 02 September 2009