Indesit Tumble Dryer Rear Drum Bearing

Stock Number: ES865498

Manufactured by Indesit

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (156 customer reviews)

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Your tumble dryer's drum won't be able to tumble properly without all its bearings in good order. Replace a damaged or faulty rear drum bearing with this spare from Indesit to get back in action.

  • Teardrop shape

Genuine spare part for select models of Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit and Proline tumble dryers. Prior to ordering, please check the list of compatible appliances.

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Rated 4.8 out of 5 (156 customer reviews)
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    By - Southport

    Pleased with product ordered, exactly as described. Easy site to order on and quick delivery.
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    By - CORNWALL

    GOOD PRICE TO GET THE DRYER GOING AGAIN ,ONLY TEN MIN TO FIX. GOOD SERVICE THANK YOU
  • First time repair

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    By - Northern Ireland

    Easy to replace, didn't think it would be so simple. Hope this keeps me going for another few years :-)

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  • Q Are there any "ball" bearings with this? 2 Answers

    This part has worn through on my tuble dryer - question is should there originally have been some ball bearing between the shaft and this part? I can see the sfaft of the drum does have a thinner bit where balls may have sat? Thanks

    By nleather1 - 25 July 2011

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      Can I just add that the shaft part that looks like it has had ball bearings in, actually looks like that because it has worn a groove in it because it has gone right through the bearing part itself into the casing. So you will need a new shaft also.

      By SimonT - 28 November 2011

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      no this part is made to wear

      By Richi - Ireland - 29 July 2011

  • Q does this fit the square bearing bracket ? 2 Answers

    hello i was wondering if this fits in the square bearing bracket or is it retained by a bolt / rivet in the smaller hole ? thanks Enda

    By enda - leeds - 02 August 2009

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      No. There are two types of bearing, the one pictured and the square version - they are not interchangeable.

      By Redbrick - Yate - 08 November 2013

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      this part fits with great ease, two screws to remove the bearing cover, then one screw through the small hole, take around five minutes to remove and fit.

      By ianoliver48 - scottish borders - 26 November 2009

  • Q Does this replace the carbon type bearing? 2 Answers

    I have worn out my bearing at the rear of my vtd00g. I see the bearing replacement kit and a new belt and the bearing housing, however, where does this bearing go? Thanks

    By Frantic - Manchester - 30 July 2009

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      this is not a replacement for a carbon bearing, this fits on the end of the shaft.

      By ianoliver48 - scottish borders - 26 November 2009

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      the bearing goes on the rear back cover there is one hole were it fits through and the shaft on the rear of the drum goes in the bearing hole

      By gaz36 - london - 25 September 2009

  • Q Is this bearing meant to be lubricated? 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - 03 December 2012

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      no, it just fits in, my husband is very handy, when your dryer squeaks again, turn the bearing the other way round and you get twice as much use out of it, he fits it in 10 mins, might take you a little longer

      By gobbilino - Northern Ireland - 13 December 2012

  • Q Can I use the round bearing instead of the square variety and housing? 1 Answer

    I have a CTD85 tumble dryer and the bearings warn away. I have a diagram that suggests there are two parts that replace this. The original square bearing that fits in the square bearing bracket and circular one that looks like it will also fit if I remove the square bearing bracket that's riveted in. Is that ok, does this fit, does it come with the necessary screws and if so is it better than the square one? I assume its easier to fit as you dont need a rivet gun.

    By stuie_m - 18 December 2011

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      two types of bearing , if you have a square one then that's what's required to replace.

      By fox - 13 March 2012