Zanussi Tumble Dryer Bearing Flange for TCE7227W

Stock Number: ES625824

Manufactured by Electrolux

(This part fits select Zanussi models)

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Tumble Dryer Bearing Flange

Bearings are an essential to any appliance that was originally fitted with them, so time to replace yours. This bearing flange is practically the rear bearing, so old and worn ones will make your machine sound like a rattle and probably cause some damage.

This is a genuine Electrolux spare part that has been made to fit over 20 brands and models of dishwasher.

Please remember to check in the model fit list to see if it will be compatible with your appliance. 

How to replace the shaft and bearings on a tumble dryer

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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  • very good part

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    was so happy that my dryer is working like new and didn't take too long to fit.
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    By - Glasgow

    Easy fix three screws, circlip and a washer...... I change these 1. if they are damaged,worn etc. or 2.when the front bearing becomes worn. Once the front has worn it will increase wear to the rear bearing. If the front bearing is worn then most likely with the time scale the rear is probably on it's way too..... so you have the machine stripped for the front bearing access you may as well take 5 mins and do the rear too :-)
  • Great value & good service

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    By - Berkshire

    Goods here within 2 days. Great value took 5 minutes to fit and works perfectly. Will be using espare again

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  • Q Zanussi ZDC37200w Would worn bearing stop the drum from turning and make a grinding noise. 1 Answer

    Also when i took the small plastic cover off the bearing there was, what looked like iron filings there. the fan belt has not snapped, thats still round the drum

    By Pam - Liverpool - 22 July 2015

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      The 'iron filings' suggest a worn bearing but if it has cut through the drum spindle it would stop the drum from moving.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 22 July 2015

  • Q are the front bearings on a zanussi zdc37200w felt? 1 Answer

    the drum on the dryer can be lifted at the front and the drum needs a push to start, if i change the bearing flange on the back will i need to change the front bearings and are they felt?

    By big al - bolton - 07 October 2013

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      The drum on a tumble drier is sealed by the felt and rests on rollers to support it. The most likely cause of this problem is the motor capacitor Stock Number: ES625752. These capacitors fail and cannot give the power to start the drum turning when loaded but may once spun be able to continue the rotation.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 October 2013

  • Q How to remove the rear bearing flange from the drum shaft? 1 Answer

    my Lux tumble dryer WT60, The bearing flange just stuck with the drum shaft after the 3 nuts and retaining clip and washer were removed, the drum can be turned normally but I can't withdraw or separate the drum from the rear panel. i wonder do i need special tools? or just drive the shaft with soft hammer?

    By Ting Champ - Thailand - 18 August 2013

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      It's ok now when i had a good look (with magnificent len) at the edge of the drum shaft i found it's a bit rusted and not smooth. so i used sand paper to rust out then it came out easily. Thank you for

      By Ting Champ - Thailand - 19 August 2013