Electrolux Washing Machine Damper Lining With Bolt 80n

Stock Number: ES563082

Manufactured by Electrolux

Only 8 left in stock Available for immediate despatch

Rated 4.0 out of 5 (1 customer)

Read all reviews Write a review

Main product image Enlarge icon enlarge image

Will this part fit my appliance? [?]

Click on your brand to check if this part fits your appliance

AEG Washing Machines

Description

Washing Machine Damper Lining With Bolt 80n

This is a genuine spare part for select AEG washing machines. Please check in the list of appliances to ensure that the part is compatible with your model.

This is Electrolux spares reference: 4071361465

For PNCs: 91400343101, 91400343201, 91400343401, 91400343501, 91400343601, 91400343700, 91400343701, 91400345201, 91400347001, 91400349301, 91400349401, 91401617100, 91401617200, 91401617300, 91401617400, 91401617500, 91401617600, 91401617700, 91401619200, 91401621000, 91401623200, 91401623300, 91400209600, 91400209601, 91400209700, 91400209702, 91400209703, 91400209800, 91400209801, 91400209802, 91400213100, 91400213300, 91400213301, 91400218400, 91400218500, 91400218600, 91400219000, 91400220401, 91400220403, 91400220602, 91400220603, 91400221200, 91400224300, 91400227900

How to replace a washing machine damper - LG

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.

Product Reviews

Rated 4.0 out of 5 (1 customer)
Write a review
  • AEG Lavamat Tub Dampers.

    • 4.0 out of 5
    • 5.0 out of 5
    • 5.0 out of 5
    • 3.0 out of 5

    By - Brighton and Hove

    10 year-old washing machine. Excessive vibration and noise developed at 1200 rpm spin. Took back off and Tub Dampers felt slack. Fitted a pair of new Dampers supplied by espares. Original Damper fixings ( Bolt 80n ) were difficult to remove. I used a slip wrench as a lever on the polythene bolt heads. The 4 Bolts were successfully extracted but were damaged in the process so it was good that new Bolts were supplied. The original Bolts were fitted with a white grease lubricant. This white grease was not supplied with the new parts so I salvaged some from the old Bolts and applied it to the new ones before fitting. I compared the old Dampers with the new. The new ones were much more effective so I was expecting a fix. When the machine was tried with the new parts fitted there was still a noise and vibration at 1200 rpm spin. Also the wash emerged contaminated with grease smears. Further investigation revealed that the Drum bearing had failed. A new rear-half of the Tub is required to fix this along with a very major strip-down of the machine. The part would cost about £ 155-00 so ; in my opinion, it was an uneconomic repair to a 10-year-old appliance. The machine was scrapped with the new parts fitted. I should have been more thorough with my fault-finding in the first place.
    • Response by Caitlin on 05 Jul 2012 eSpares Staff

      Also to note from above user:

      In order to check the Drum bearing of a 10-year-old AEG Lavamat washing machine it would be best to slip the drive belt off between the motor and the pulley on the back of the Drum. This will release the Drum from the tension of the drive belt. Grab hold of the Drum agitating fins through the front port hole and rock it up and down. I found significant play on my old machine. This play is much less with the drive belt in place.

Ask & Answer

(1 Question and 0 Answers) Ask a question
  • Q machine vibrates badly on spin. Could this be due to being badly/partly loaded or the dampers wearing out. 0 Answers

    The machine is 15years old and is otherwise in good nick. How can I tell if the dampers are on the way out. Is there a test?. Is there any other part likely to be the cause. Ian

    By Ian - Scone - 30 July 2011