Vented 9 Rib Stretch Dryer Drive Belt - 1860 9PHE

Stock Number: ES865678

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Vented 9 Rib Stretch Dryer Drive Belt - 1860 9PHE

Has the drive belt for your tumble dryer worn out over time? Or if you've damaged it somehow, don't panic, eSpares can soon help you out. This genuine spare belt could be just what you're after to get your old dryer back in action. You'll be enjoying warm, fresh clothes again in no time.
 
Specification:
  • Type: Poly-vee belt
  • Section: 9PHE
  • Length: 1860mm

Note: This belt is a stretch type and can be very tight to stretch over the motor spindle, this is normal.

When fitting this belt, try using a belt fit tool which can be found on our site - ES809986.

 
Genuine spare part suitable for select models of Ariston, Creda, Hotpoint, Indesit & Proline tumble dryers.
 
Please check the list of suitable models to ensure that this spare part will fit your appliance.

 

 

How to replace a tumble dryer belt

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.

Product Reviews

Rated 4.7 out of 5 (306 customers)
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  • Bought for an Indesit tumble dryer repair

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    By - Essex

    Easy ordering of part on line and fast delivery.Part seems to be of a good quality and although was a bit tricky to fit it is doing the job it was intended for.Excellent Video on You tube on how to fit but I would say wear gloves as the insides of the casing were very sharp.
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    By - Chippenham Wiltshire

    The belt was totally as ordered and had sufficient markings to compare it's suitability with the old broken one.
  • Tumble drier S.O.S

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    By - Ipswich

    Good Old E-spares yet another appliance saved from an expensive serviceman repair or worse scrap yard , Took tumble drier apart to find belt had snapped , looked up e-spares with the part number took all of 5 mins found it ordered it . Arrived two days later and was fitted by me . Drier has now been in use for the last nine days and no problems . Part was of a high quality and I am very pleased to have chosen E-spares yet again

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  • Q How do you stretch the tumble dryer belt? 3 Answers

    Cant stretch it far enough to get it back on.

    By dazman - scotland - 08 February 2010

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      I used the old belt as recommended in the video. I turned the machine on its side and there were some slots in the bottom panel under the motor. Thread the old belt through the slot, around the new belt (which is on the drum) and back through the slot. Then, by pulling on the old belt, the angle was perfect for getting the new belt round the motor spindle.

      By Anonymous - 09 September 2013

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      Use a long screwdriver & use the motor output shaft as a lever point. Put the screwdriver between the belt & motor output shaft & force down & push the screwdriver down at the same time to lever the belt onto the shaft. May take a few goes. but be patient & it can be done. If you have the side panel off the tumble drier the pressure of the belt will cause the drum to disengage from the front panel, but if you position the unit against something or have someone lend a pair of hands this can be overcome. When the belt is on you need to spin the drum manually & aligh the belt by applying a slight pressure with your fingers on the area where the belt is just contacting the drum. If you don't align the belt it will come off the motor output shaft when rotating as it will track.

      By hotpoint2008 - 04 March 2010

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      It may feel like it won't fit on, but it will it just needs to be stretched a lot. If necessary wedge it on using screwdrivers as leverage. Read through this article - http://www.howtomendit.com/answers.php?id=104379

      By eSparesToby eSpares Staff - 09 February 2010

  • Q how do i fit the new belt on my Indesit Washing Machine 2 Answers

    It is really tight and when I finally manage to get it on, it's right on the outer edge. This is no good as it just comes off again when the drum starts to spin.

    By Ptrudi - 23 April 2009

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      get a small pipe and put it through the belt and over the end of the motor end drive and turn the drum the belt will slip on good luck

      By michael - oldham - 10 January 2014

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      I had to get mate with the right tool to fit it, as it requires special tool.

      By angler1810 - Norfolk - 15 May 2009

  • Q how do i fit a belt on my hotpoint aquarius tumble dryer 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - blackpool - 26 November 2014

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      We have just videoed this repair but it will be a couple of weeks before this is uploaded to youtube. In the meanwhile see another video: How to replace the shaft and bearings on a tumble dryer 642846neffhttp://www.espares.co.uk/advice/9/1438

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 26 November 2014

  • Q How to fit new tumble dryer belt as its really tight 1 Answer

    By Sparkle - essex - 07 October 2014

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      With the belt in position around the drum use a long screwdriver to pass through the belt and fix this under the motor spindle. Carefully lever the belt under and onto the spindle and remove the screwdriver. Or order the specific tool Stock Number: ES809986

      By Chris eSpares Staff - 07 October 2014

  • Q how to fit a tumble dryer belt on creda tvr2 1 Answer

    By Anonymous - cornwall - 23 November 2011

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      Unplug the dryer from the mains, unscrew and remove the top, use a flat blade screwdriver to lever off and unclip the base fascia, remove all the crosshead screws holding on the two sides, but only remove the RHS panel (ie as seen from the front), then slip on the new belt from the front of the drum, ease it to the back (it's a tight fit) and use a 12" long, sturdy screwdriver to lever it against its own tension, and thus stretch it onto the motor spindle. Re-position the panels, re-fix the screws, re-attach the base fascia and put back the top, re-fastening with its screws. No more than a 10-15 minute job, at the outside.

      By Anonymous - Salisbury - 06 February 2012