Tricity Bendix Tumble Dryer Lint Filter

Stock Number: ES481837

Manufactured by White Knight (Crosslee)

(This part fits select Tricity Bendix models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (36 customer reviews)

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If your lint filter is torn, or heavily clogged up then you'll probably notice excess fluff residue on your clothes. So, it's ideal that you replace this part.

This is a genuine spare part for select Electrolux, Frigidaire, Howden, Hygena, Parkinson Cowan, Tricity Bendix, White Knight and Zanussi tumble dryers. Please check the list of appliances prior to ordering to ensure this part will fit your model.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (36 customer reviews)
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  • Fluff sorted!!

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    By - Sussex

    Good product fits fine, just have to remove the brush section at the bottom and re fit to the new one. Why at these prices it is not supplied with this on I do not understand! Lot of money for a piece of plastic.
  • Very Happy

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    By - Scottish Borders

    Although I did not have the spare part serial number, the description and picture on the website was so good that I decided to risk ordering. The product arrived the next day, despite our somewhat remote location, and fitted perfectly! The quality seems excellent. I am very happy with my purchase.
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    By - Doncaster

    Excellent product, easy to fit, prompt service will use again.

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  • Q Which Filter Is Suitable for White Knight SensorDry Model CL447WV? 1 Answer

    I am looking for a filter for a a White Knight SensorDry Model CL447WV Serial# 0348696675. I notice two filters match the criteria on your website, but but they look completely different: How can I tell which one I need?

    By ChristopherT - 22 July 2009

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      Why don't you order one and try it, if it's the wrong one send it back and I sure this company will do the right thing. Mike

      By mike1512 - Edinburgh - 03 September 2009