Stock Number: ES488118
Manufactured by Hoover
(This part fits select Candy models)
In Stock Available for immediate despatch
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|Candy Washing Machines||Iberna Washing Machines||Rosieres Washing Machines|
|Cylinda Washing Machines||Kelvinator Washing Machines||Teka Washing Machines|
|Friac Washing Machines||Maytag Washing Machines||Zerowatt Washing Machines|
|Hoover Washing Machines||Neufunk Washing Machines|
|Howden Washing Machines||Otsein Washing Machines|
Keep the water inside your washing machine at all times with this brand new, replacement door seal.
This replacement door gasket is a genuine part and will fit select models of Candy, Cylinda, Friac, Hoover, Iberna, Kelvinator, Maytag, Neufunk, Otsein, Rosieres, Teka & Zerowatt washing machines.
Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.
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.
Good value purchase 11 June 2014
good purchase, value for money 06 April 2014
By - United Kingdom
Perfect Fit 13 March 2014
By - Daventry
Q How to fix the door seal 4 Answers
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By 05 January 2009-
Q How to fit rubber seal on HJA8513 . 1 Answer
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Q Marks on garments after they have been washed 1 Answer
By - Scotland - 06 January 2014
By 08 January 2014-
Q i have a hoover optima how difficult is it to change door seal 1 Answer
By - swansea - 01 September 2012
Variations occur on different machines of course but the above video should be a good start for the basics.
By 06 September 2012-
Q I have a Hoover Optima washing machine - just under 2 years old. It is leaking from the front inside - the water coming down inside the concrete weight. It leaks when water is added to the drum by hand (jugfuls). The water pump connections are all dry. Th 1 Answer
By - North East Scotland - 24 January 2011
By 24 January 2011-