Crusader Tumble Dryer Elasticated Polyvee Drive Belt - 17PHE 1860

Stock Number: ES482424

Manufactured by Hotpoint

(This part fits select Crusader models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (56 customers)

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Tumble Dryer Elasticated Polyvee Drive Belt - 7PHE 1860

Has your tumble dryer's drive belt snapped just at the wrong time? Are you concerned about spending a lot of money on getting it fixed or replaced? No problem, eSpares may be able to solve the problem. This genuine spare belt can be fitted to ensure things are turning in your old dryer again, without costing you an arm and a leg! Perfect!

Specification:

  • Type: Polyvee elasticated version
  • Length: 1860mm
  • Section: 7PHE

Please note: This part is date code dependent. The date code is the first 2 digits of the serial number - please contact Customer Services if you need help ensuring it's the right part for your appliance model.

Spare poly-vee belt for select Ariston, Creda, Crusader, Electra, Hotpoint, Indesit, Jackson and Proline tumble dryers. Please see the list of compatible appliance models prior to purchase.

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 4.8 out of 5 (56 customers)
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  • Superb service

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    By - Burntwood

    Great communication from e spares and good quality product, the how to videos are a great help, thank you
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    By - Preston

    When you have a snapped belt it comes away easy, however when you buy a new one its not been stretched and is very tight and difficult to get on, as it requires removing the entire back of the machine, dropping the motor and wrestling the belt on, this i achieved but at the cost of a cut to a finger which the wife suggested i go to hospital with, ( piece of electrical tape and i was fine ), belt in place, motor lifted and bolted, then the difficult bit, lifting the drum to stretch the belt enough to get the back on, also trying to hold it all together and get a couple of screws back in ( not easy ) after drafting the wife for the brute force, and empowering the daughter with the electric screwdriver we were back in one piece and ready for the test run Hooray. if you are going to tackle this job then i wish good luck, watch your fingers.
  • Probably a fine belt, but...

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    Dismantling the machine was quite easy, and I'd done it before so not all the screws were there! However, not only was the old belt snapped, but the drum was rattling free too - the bearing sheared through. As the foam seal was worn and perished too, and despite being an inveterate mender of fairly hopeless kit, I decided that this 10 year old dryer had had enough and scrapped it. So my 5-star rating for ease of fitting is based partly on a youtube video which made it look easy, and the other stars because the belt looks fine and appearss to be good value.

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