Hoover Washing Machine Door Handle Assembly

Stock Number: ES671519

Manufactured by Hoover

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If you've snapped the door handle off of your washing machine, this replacement kit is designed to help you fix it yourself.

  • Kit includes: Handle, spring, and hook

Genuine spare kit for select washing machines from Candy, Friac, Hoover, Iberna, Kelvinator, Teka, and Zerowatt. Prior to purchase, please see the list of appliances to ensure that this is the right part for you.

• Grey • Due to age a Universal Grey colour Handle is the only one supplied

How to replace a washing machine door handle

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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Rated 4.7 out of 5 (144 customers)
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  • Difficult to fit and without fitting instructions/tips.

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    By - Beckenham

    Quick delivery. A bit disappointed that it's grey and not white. Product description failed to mention colour. There are no fitting instruction provided. As a little pin has to be slotted down through a spring and the new handle it's very fiddly/difficult to do.
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    Website shows part in white but came in a dirty grey colour. Tried to fit following espare online video. The video for my machine (hoover hspf167) looked very simple to follow until I noticed the engineer was actually repairing a completely different machine which did not have the same components as mine. After a day struggling, had to call in an engineer. He fitted it but the handle and catch do not sit flush, so now the machine leaks on every wash and spin. I am now having to hold door flush with the aid of gaffer tape to prevent leakage! Engineer also said door hinge looks like it may need replacing soon. Bit disconcerting as not long replaced this with a part from espares! At this rate, think its going to be cheaper to invest in a new machine.
  • Functional Replacement

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    By - North Wales

    Shame it wasn't white to match the machine as per the picture of the part! Took about 10 min to fit! Extra pair of hands, just to assist when locating the pin through the catch & spring!

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  • Q How do you release the existing spring ? 2 Answers

    Delighted with the website, so easy to find the required part, and delivery was very quick. Now for the tricky bit ... Is there an easy way to dis-assemble the existing assembly, in particular the spring. I don't want to end up damaging the plastic lips which hold the spring in place.

    By dandh30 - 27 July 2009

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      You need to find a thin screwdriver (or similar) to push out the retaining pin which holds everything in place. If you hold all the parts as you push out the pin, it should come out almost in one piece. Try covering the assembly with Duck Tape to stop it all falling out unexpectedly - it worked for me!

      By alanmk - Brighton - 08 March 2010

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      VERY carefully with smallish screw-driver lever away the bottom leg from lip. This then releases pressure on holding rod. Push up rod from bottom.Simples. The tricky bit is re-assembly. Unless you have 3 hands tackle one stage at a time. Have plenty of cups of tea

      By jonno - Mid Kent - 17 August 2009

  • Q Ariston AWD12 door is shut locked and cannot open 1 Answer

    The handle that opens the machine door is broken, the door firmly shut with washing inside. I can see there maybe a way to tip machine and go up inside (from base of washing machine), however, im not sure how to release catch from inside. I can see the spare handle parts are for order, but how can i unlock / unload and open the door in order to replace the broken handle?

    By charliecat - brixton, south london - 23 November 2010

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      Hi charliecat, to open a locked dishwasher, you simply need to use your finger as the handle mechanism. You should be able to fish around in the handle cavity and find the button which, when pushed, unlocks the dishwasher. Press it down, and the washer should pop open.

      By Rory eSpares Staff - 24 November 2010