Tumble Dryer Drive Belt

Stock Number: ES537769

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Is your dryer's drum no longer rotating, even though the motor is running smoothly? You may have a snapped or worn out motor belt. Replace it with this poly-vee belt to stay high and dry.

  • Length: 1991 mm

Spare poly-vee belt for select Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit and Proline tumble dryers. Prior to ordering, please check the list of compatible appliances.


Note: This is a stretch belt and is extremely tight and difficult to pull into place. This is normal

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 4.6 out of 5 (30 customer reviews)
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  • God product but an easy fit

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    By - Berkshire

    the belt appears to be smaller than required to fit over the pulley on the tumble dryer I have (IS70C). if you stretch the belt by pulling after fitting over the drum then it will give enough to fit over the pulley; so persevere.
  • Belt is Perfect = But Fitting is Hard Work

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    By - Swindon Wilts

    Bought this for my Hotpoint Aquarius CTD00 Tumble Dryer and it arrived as usual in no time at all and exactly as described. Fitting was a challenge - I've replaced a tensioner wheel before, but the belt was harder. There was an excellent step by step video on YouTube, but there are two difficult steps - one is getting the bolts on and off the engine mounting (make sure you have the right tools = i.e. socket set) and it needs a good deal of strength to get the new belt back onto the tensioner wheel.
  • Not so easy to fit

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    By - London

    Although I consider myself capable, being an ex-engineer, I had great difficulty in fitting the belt. Not because the belt was in any way defective, it's not. It's a good quality item. But purely due to the amount of the machine needed to be taken apart to get the belt fitted and the effort required to get it on the jockey pulley. It would have been useful to have a sheet included with the item to show the steps required for replacement and an indication of where you might get a purchase point to aid getting the belt over the jockey pulley. There was quite a lot of trial and error on my part before I succeeded in getting the belt completely fitted.

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