Washing Machine Bearing Kit

Stock Number: ES479425

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Description

These waterproof bearings and modified seal kit will fit select models of Ariston, Creda, General Electric and Hotpoint washing machines.

Includes: 2 x 35mm WMA series bearings and 1x new type seal.

Please note: this is for 35mm shafts only and may require an engineer fit it.

How to replace washing machine bearings

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 (20 customer reviews)
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  • Right parts bang on time

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    By - Leicester

    espares video on how to change drum bearings gives all the information a DIY'er needs to do quite a difficult job brilliant. The right parts arrived bang on time.
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    By - Kent

    Very good web site, easy to find correct parts at a reasonable price. Watching on line video gave me a heads up as to what to expect on how to change drum bearings. In the end not as bad a job as i expected. Good quality parts that fitted 1st time. No problems and saved me a lot of money, time and hassle. Will definitely use espares again.
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    By - Bulgaria

    The bearing kit was verry good, I searched in other sites, but this was just the right one I found. Excelent!

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  • Q Bearings replacement Hotpoint WMS2P question 2 Answers

    I am trying to replace the bearings on this model. I have got all the bits apart but I cannot get the nut on the back of the drum off, the one that holds the drive pully on and frees the drum from the plastic surround. It it a large brass nut, about 30mm outside diameter. I am using a large shifting spanner and a bar to stop the rotation, as illustrated in the video on the Bosch. First question - it does come off doesn't it? Second question, it seems to be bound on the spindle, seized.... is this a known problem and how to release it? I have used WD40 to try to ease it, but no luck. Thanks in advance, Barry

    By barrym - 22 June 2011

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      Thanks Rory, I did and it did!! Now I'm on the part of trying to get the new ESpares delivered bearings in place, again, plenty of wally...... Bye, Barry

      By barrym - 23 June 2011

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      Hi Barry. The answer here is persistence. It sounds as if the bearing has seized completely, in which case things will be very stiff inside the drum. Use plenty of WD40 and keep at it, and eventually you'll free the nut. I'm afraid there's no secret other than that in this case!

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 23 June 2011

  • Q Do they come with fitting instructions 1 Answer

    What i mean is which bearing is which?

    By limbo58 - Stockport - 22 May 2010

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      No but when you take them off the obvious size diffrence taking them off is the hard bit

      By paulyozz - 06 July 2010

  • Q where do you fit bearing on washing machine 1 Answer

    By colts - 30 September 2009

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      Unfortunately we cannot give out technical advice. Contact an engineer or the manufacturer of your appliance for help fitting these parts.

      By eSparesMalindi eSpares Staff - 09 June 2010

  • Q how to take bearings out 1 Answer

    how to take old bearings out

    By patti20 - 10 March 2009

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      Hi Patti20, I'd recommend staying clear of this job if you're not 100% sure - it involves taking the washing machine completely apart.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 01 May 2009