Stock Number: ES546701
Manufactured by Hotpoint
In Stock Available for immediate despatch
Click on your brand to see the model numbers this part fits.
|Ariston Tumble Dryers (14)||Hotpoint Tumble Dryers (11)||Proline Tumble Dryers (1)|
|Creda Tumble Dryers (3)||Indesit Tumble Dryers (10)|
This drum shaft kit is a genuine spare part and will fit select models of Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit and Proline tumble dryers. This kit arrives with full fitting instructions.
This kit includes:
Please note: For certain models this part is serial number dependent. Please contact our Call Centre with the full details from your appliance data plate to ensure this part will fit your model.
Other part numbers for this item: 1703080, ES1062224
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.
Right part and easy to fit :) 24 May 2013
By - Wales
Saved couple of hundred quid 21 May 2013
By - chelmsford
Best Purchase 15 May 2013
By - wales
Q Hotpoint VTD20P -Belt Replacement 1 Answer
By 24 February 2013-
Hi Alan, if you try submerging the belt in luke warm water for a few minutes this should help to loosen it slightly and allow you to fit it. Although a second pair of hands might also prove helpful to you here.
By 26 February 2013-
Q Mystery Washer in Kit and Video 1 Answer
By - Cambridge - 05 November 2012
The washer in question comes with the Kit but indeed was not on the model used. Some models do not require this washer but as the kit comes with it and for added assurance we used it on the Video model.
By 12 November 2012-
Q Wiring On Hotpoint VTDOOP 1 Answer
By - High Wycombe BUCKS - 08 April 2012
Hi David- the best I can offer is our video with Matt.....although he doesn't go into detail about which wires connect where at about 3:28 into the video there is a zoomed shot of the wiring (intact) before Matt gets to unplugging. I don't know if this will prove of any help to you but suppose it's worth a look. Goodluck! http://www.espares.co.uk/advice/tumble-dryers/a/9/1438/how-to-replace-the-shaft-and-bearings-on-a-tu.html
By 11 April 2012-
Q Just recieved the kit for replacing the rear bearing on my Indesit dryer but notice that the circular plate holding the bearing pin does not have any threads cut in to the fixing holes. Are the screws self tappers or is this a faulty part? 1 Answer
By - Devon - 30 January 2012
By - Lincolnshire - 07 February 2012
Q indiset is60 v 1 Answer
By 20 January 2011-
By - herts - 20 March 2011