Hotpoint 35mm Washing Machine Bearing Kit

Stock Number: ES487850

Manufactured by Indesit

(This part fits select Hotpoint models)

In Stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.8 out of 5 (120 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 (120 customers)
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  • GOOD VALUE AFTERMARKET KIT

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    By - NORFOLK

    This bearing set and seal arrived in ultra quick time next day delivery so 5 star service. I had already dismantled my machine so knew the correct sizes. The bearings are average quality generic replacements and were easy to fit but correct technique is vital. I am a retired mechanic so have access to all the professional installation kit. This job can be done without the kit by any competent mechanical person but if you have never done it before you need to take advice. I would certainly recommend this company because they have taken the trouble to include everything necessary without having to shop around. Video instructions on line are excellent. I will be using them again
  • Well worth the money

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    The old bearings had disintegrated and it took a lot of releasing fluid and patience, but well worth the effort, time and money.
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    By - Northumberland

    Excellent video so parts easy to fit all dismantled and reassembled no spare parts left ( no screw ect.) wife's comment amazed!!! Working well. Recommend

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  • Q I have a Hotpoint WM74S washing machine. I am replacing the bearings but the drum spindle is threaded and I cannot get it out of the plastic casing. In the video the spindle has no thread and just drops out. Can you help please. 1 Answer

    By Charles Payne - Hampshire - 15 May 2015

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      The threaded area is for fixing the drum pulley and is not stopping the drum from being removed. Use a mallet or a soft face hammer to 'shock' the shaft and remove it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 15 May 2015

  • Q Hello. What type of silicone sealer did you use on the drum? What would you recommend? Thanks in advance. 1 Answer

    By Mike - 21 April 2015

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      We would recommend replacing the tub seal and not using silicone unless there is damage to the tub edge. If this is the case use any glazing or kitchen silicone that sets to a flexible rubber and does not remain soft.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 21 April 2015

  • Q i want changed the bearing hoover HNL6166-80 model, but i cant separate the back drum and plastic cover whey? 1 Answer

    By Muhil - Ilford IG5 - 25 March 2015

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      On some drum assemblies they have stopped bolting the front and back together and now weld the two parts to reduce the chance of leaking. Unfortunately if you have a welded drum it is not usually possible to replace the bearings as you cannot dismantled the drum and reseal it.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 27 March 2015

  • Q Does the outer drum on a WDD960 split to enable the replacement of the bearings? 1 Answer

    By STEVE - West Yorkshire - 09 March 2015

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      Some model variants use a welded tub like Stock Number: ES1090783. This cannot have bearings replaced.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 09 March 2015

  • 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