Indesit Washing Machine Door Seal

Stock Number: ES865138

Manufactured by Indesit

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Brand new seal to prevent your washing machine leaking from the front door. Rubber door gaskets take a lot of stick and can tear and break, so it's handy to be able to replace them easily. 

Looking for a replacement door seal for your Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint or Indesit Washing Machine? This might be the part for you. Prior to ordering, please check the list of appliances to ensure this is the right part for you.

How to replace a washing machine door seal

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 4.8 out of 5 (139 customers)
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    By - Lanarkshire

    So far so good. Product was easy enough to fit. Would recommend when buying this product, u also purchase the front retainer clamp.
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    By - Leicestershire

    Excellent service - ordered Sunday evening and delivered on Tuesday. No problems
  • Easy when you know how

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    By - Southport

    This seal was pretty easy to fit because I watched the eSpares YouTube video, pausing after every action. Quality seems very good.

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  • Q New seal for washing machine but requires a thew slams to get door to lock is this normal and will it get better with time it is the correct part 1 Answer

    By John boy - Hampshire - 08 January 2014

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      A new door seal is naturally going to be a tighter fit and will mould to the gap as it is repeatedly heated during washing. If the seal fitted the machine and does not leak then it is going to be the correct seal. You could compare with a machine in a showroom as they too are likely to be difficult to close at first.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 08 January 2014

  • Q Machine type for door seal 1 Answer

    My machine is a WF220. The machine range quotes a letter after the 220. Do you have a rubber that will fit this machine ?

    By TRPS - West Mids - 08 December 2013

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      The suffix letter 'G' refers to the cabinet colour Graphite or grey and this seal will fit your machine.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 09 December 2013

  • Q I have the wdf740 Washer/dryer - can you point me at video for replacing door seal on this machine? 1 Answer

    I have the wdf740 Aquarius Hotpoint Washer/dryer - can you point me at video for this repair on this machine as I have the seal now, but the front is not removable on my machine?? Thanks

    By Anonymous - England - 19 November 2013

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      The closest video we have for this repair is: how to replacement an AEG washing machines door seal in our advice centre. It will be necessary (and a little difficult) to remove and fit this seal through the door opening.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 20 November 2013

  • Q Hotpoint WML540 1 Answer

    I purchased a new door seal with the intention of replacing it myself. However, the front of my WML540 seems to be spot welded and not attached with screws as shown in the video. I cant see how to get to the drum to remove that side of the seal. Any suggestions how to proceed? Thanks

    By Anonymous - 07 August 2013

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      It should be possible to carry out this repair through the door porthole. Try leaning the machine back against a wall to make more space between the front of the drum and the cabinet.

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 August 2013

  • Q how do you stop the rubber ring from going mouldy 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - scotland - 12 July 2013

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      This should help: Thanks.

      By Mathew Betteridge eSpares Staff - 16 July 2013