Hotpoint Tumble Dryer Drum Shaft

Stock Number: ES664022

Manufactured by Hotpoint

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If your tumble dryer's drum shaft has worn out, there are two tell-tale signs: the drum will be making clanging noises when the machine is running, and the drum will be moving around inside the cavity of your dryer. Replace a worn out drum shaft pin with this spare from Hotpoint to restore your dryer to working order.

Genuine spare part for select Ariston, Creda, Crusader, Hotpoint, Indesit, Jackson and Proline tumble dryers. Prior to ordering, please check the list of appliances to ensure this is the right part for you.

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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    By - Hampshire

    Although it says this part is a suitable replacement for my Hotpoint TVF760 it is not just a simple exchange as shown in the video, and as such is useless, having bought all the necessary pieces to make the repair I've wasted Thirty Five pounds. I have no concerns about the quality or value only the suitability of this drum shaft for my model.
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    By - Hertfordshire

    easy to use online ordering excellent delivery time however a little expensive on next day delivery
  • There's no alternative.

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    By - Chesterfield

    Unless you're really confident and have a little hands on experience fitting this part can be a little tricky to say the least.Having 50 years experience in the plumbing trade I'm used to getting my hands cut and scratched, so it's not advisable for anyone to attempt this job without complete confidence. I must add that the videos are extremely helpful in making one decide to attempt any work. A little help is also needed to hold the new part in place while the screws are inserted from inside the drum.

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  • Q What size of tap is required to refix the shaft? 2 Answers

    By Anonymous - Scotland - 16 November 2010

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      The screws you remove are self tapping, so no tap is required.

      By Ben - Derbyshire - 30 May 2011

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      Hi there, the screws you need are Torx head, T25 - so the tap would correspond to this.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 17 November 2010

  • Q does the shaft have a hole in for a split pin? 2 Answers

    the holes on the plate are obvious to secure one end of the drum shaft, but does the pointy end of the shaft have a hole across the shaft to allow the fitment of a split pin? This is for a replacement of a Creda Excel T632CW Condenser Dryer drum shaft.

    By ravingray - 11 August 2009

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      A split pin can be used, but there is a special "S" shaped pin that goes in this cross drill hole. Always use a washer between bearing and split pin/"S" pin.

      By marlincar - Devonshire - 22 April 2010

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      yes this shaft is drilled to accept a pin, use the pin that is in the old shaft, not a split pin, the pin is just a single, easy to fit.

      By ianoliver48 - scottish borders - 26 November 2009

  • Q I have a 3 year old hotpoint Aquarius TCM580 condensed tumbler, do I need a riveted drum shift kit or a normal one - thanks 1 Answer

    By Super steve - Upminster - 14 February 2015

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      This depends on production. If you have 3 screws in the centre of the drum you need Stock Number: ES1562106 if welded use Stock Number: ES1672507.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 February 2015

  • Q will this fit 1 Answer

    Have a TVR 2 drier,there are no screws from inside drum,part of old shaft is still on drum. Am I right in thinking if I grind this off to leave flat surface this or kit with bearing will then fit with screws from inside. Looks like it is shoulder from old pin that has broken.Or does it screw out,have not tried that but can grind off if needed. Or is it recessed to take the shoulder left on.

    By Gordy - Peterborough - 15 October 2014

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      It should be possible to carefully drill out the 'rivets' pushed into the shaft plate to remove the old one. Then use the new one and the supplied self tapping screws to fit the hub to the other holes on the back of the drum.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 16 October 2014

  • Q I have a TCL770G but I am struggling to remove the shaft from the drum. It dosn't have any torx screws like your instruction video is showing 1 Answer

    By petestu - stirling - 06 October 2014

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      We believe the riveted shaft hub can be carefully drilled off the drum and a replacement bolted in place.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 October 2014