Stock Number: ES548529
Manufactured by Indesit
In Stock Available for immediate despatch
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|Ariston Washing Machines||Hotpoint-Ariston Washing Machines||Terzi Washing Machines|
|Creda Washing Machines||Indesit Washing Machines||Tricity Bendix Washing Machines|
|Export Washing Machines||New World Washing Machines|
|Hotpoint Washing Machines||Scholtes Washing Machines|
Are you looking for a replacement locking mechanism for your washing machine? Keep your washer functioning smoothly with this spare from Indesit.
This is a genuine Indesit part and fits select models of Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit and New World washing machines. Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.
Please note the Door Interlock you receive may look different to published image as Indesit update this part regularly
Door lock plug and loom for some models: Stock Number:
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.
Hotpoint is now alive 28 August 2014
By - Warsash
Just the job 28 August 2014
Easy fit door lock 25 August 2014
By - Selby
Q my door lock light goes out so machine wont spin does this mean a new lock is needed 1 Answer
By - hertfordshire - 19 August 2014
By 19 August 2014-
Q The interlock on my machine is fitted without screws 1 Answer
By - boston - 12 May 2014
By 12 May 2014-
Q Door light flashing when empty ready to refill 1 Answer
By - Shropshire - 26 April 2014
By 28 April 2014-
Q The door locked light flashes when machine is switched on. Made sure door is shut properly. I have changed door lock but the problem stil there. Any suggestions 1 Answer
By - swansea - 08 March 2014
By 10 March 2014-
Q On a Hotpoint Aquarius: the Machine keeps switching off and the" door locked" light flashes. Could this be caused by a faulty door lock which keeps releasing and stopping the programme? 1 Answer
By - Solihull - 25 February 2014
By 26 February 2014-