AEG Washing Machine Front Drum Bearing for LAV50800 Stock Number: ES502481
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Washing Machine Front Drum Bearing
Can you hear the bearings grind during the wash cycle? If the drum in your washing machine is making crunching noises, it could be due to a faulty bearing. eSpares could soon help you out with this problem, with this replacement washing machine bearing. You could soon be back to a fully working washing machine for you to be able to carry on with the washing with confidence in a better performing machine.
- Dimensions: 25 x 52 x 15mm
This is a genuine spare part for select AEG, Castor, Corbero, Curtiss, Electra, Electrolux, Elektra, Elektro Helios, Faure, Firenzi, Frigidaire, Husqvarna, Lloyds, Marijnen, Matura, Prima, Privileg, Rex, Rosenlew, Tricity Bendix, Zanker, Zanussi and Zoppas washers.
Please note: This part is PNC code dependent. Please contact our call centre with the full details from your appliance data plate to ensure this part will fit your model.
3 Questions and 3 Answers
Loud Sound 1 Answer
hi I have a zanussi washing machine model No. W1002 which makes a very loud noise when spinning. what happens why she is so loud only when spinning???? please help me :)
eSparesMalindi at eSpares says...
Unfortunately we cannot give out technical advice. Please see an engineer or contact the manufacturer of your appliance for help with this query.
Drum bearings 1 Answer
I have a zanussi washing machine model No. ZWF 1221W which makes a very loud noise when spinning but i'm not sure what bearings I need rear, front or just the bearing seal to order.
eSparesToby at eSpares says...
The best option would be to take a quick read through our advice centre to see if there are any articles in there. Alternatively call the manufacturer for a quick diagnosis over the phone - they'll be able to tell you which is the right one to replace.
I beleive the drum bearings and seals, need replacing. I am unable to gain access to the working parts. Do you have a drawing on how to remove the casing without detriment to other parts. Regards David.
Rory at eSpares says...
Hi Ovid, I'm afraid that question would be better served by a qualified technician... I wouldn't want to give you advice which I'm not 100% sure on!