Hotpoint 35mm Washing Machine Bearing Kit

Stock Number: ES487850

Manufactured by Indesit

(This part fits select Hotpoint models)

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (111 customers)

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Description

This bearing kit contains genuine replacements for select models of Ariston, Creda, General Electric and Hotpoint washing machine.

Includes:

  • 30mm bearing
  • 35mm bearing 
  • Seal assembly

Please note: this is for 35mm shafts only.

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 4.8 out of 5 (111 customers)
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    By - stevenage

    Received my items inspect them i was satisfied with items start to work on my wash machine, bearing was a little tough to come out i spray them with WD40 let it soak a day i even use machine oil to help with the soaking of the bearing every time i would spray WD40 to soak then i use a peace of wood an hammer to tap my drum shaft out then tap out my old bearings clean bearing housing an put in my new bearings with the help that Espares offer on the site now my wash machine is running like a new machine.
  • Fitting new bearings to a washing machine drum.

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    By - Shropshire

    I have had my machine for about 8 years and it was starting to sound like a Sherman tank. We decided to dump it but I thought it might be worth having a go at changing the bearings. I was doubtful as to whether I could do it but what the heck, if it didn't work out I would dump it any way. I noticed that there was a video on the website site and the job didn't seem too onerous. I got the job done, it didn't take too long and the machine runs really well now. Well worth the effort - thanks.
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    By - Shropshire

    This is quite a big job and it didnt help that the old bearings had become seized and stuck in the drum/on the shaft, but with a lot of persaverance they came apart. Best say due to seized bearings the job was a 4 to 6 hour one as I had to clean up the shaft and threads etc.

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  • Q I have an Indesit IWE7145B washer that sounds like its going into hyperspace when it starts spin cycle, could it be the bearings?. 1 Answer

    By jod-72 - northlincs - 20 January 2015

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      It suggests Bearings are failing. The drum on your machine is not repairable as it is welded together and cannot be parted and re sealed after bearing replacement. It is likely to be cheaper to have a fixed price repair with Repaircare than replace the drum unit Stock Number: ES871622

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 January 2015

  • Q Hotpoint wdd 960 P (UK) C sealed tub?? 1 Answer

    Hi. my hotpoint wdd 960 P (UK) C model has a bearing noise. However, after strip down, my repair guy finds that theres no screw fixings to seperate the inner and outer drum. According to the hotpoint website, it is possible to to buy the bearings as a replacement item for this specific model. Can someone please clarify or guide us how to seperate the drums/tub. Thanks in advance.

    By Ash - Warrington cheshire - 02 January 2015

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      The drum on your machine is not repairable as it is welded together and cannot be parted and re sealed after bearing replacement. It is likely to be cheaper to have a fixed price repair with Repaircare than replace the drum unit Stock Number: ES1090783

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 06 January 2015

  • Q INDESIT PWE 91672W rattling and sounds like it's about to take off. Think it's the bearings but not sure, or which bearings I'll need. 1 Answer

    By mjl87 - UK - 24 November 2014

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      The drum on your machine is not repairable as it is welded together and cannot be parted and re sealed after bearing replacement. It is likely to be cheaper to have a fixed price repair with Repaircare than replace the drum unit Stock Number: ES1087441

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 25 November 2014

  • Q Hot point Wdd960 bearings 1 Answer

    I am planning to replace the bearings in the machine myself. I wanted to confirm that it can be done on this model. I know which bearing kit is required but will there be any other parts that I could or should replace as I am doing this?

    By Anonymous - Trowbridge - 11 November 2014

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      It is advisable to also replace the seals on the drum shaft and the tub seal to prevent leaks and bearing failure.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 12 November 2014

  • Q got a loud ratling sound when it gose to spin sykle tride the drum for play there is no play it a hotpoint WMA34P could it be sumting else?? 1 Answer

    By andy - north wales - 31 October 2014

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      if it only occurs when the drain pump is running check the filter for coins and debris. Also check if the weights fixed to the drum are loose by shaking the drum when the top is off (remember to unplug first).

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 31 October 2014