Washing Machine Spares

    Washing Machine Spares

    Buy your Washing Machine Spares at BuySpares - choose from an extensive range of Washing Machine spares,parts and accessories. All our Washing Machine parts are covered by our price match promise, with many parts available for Next Day UK Delivery. Our range includes everything you need to save money with a do-it-yourself Washing Machine repair as well as quality Washing Machine care, cleaning and maintenance products.

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    Washing Machine Parts from BuySpares

    Here at BuySpares we are dedicated to offering our customers the finest spares for a variety of appliances, which is why you should make us your first and only port of call when looking for washing machine parts. We are delighted to provide our customers with washing machine spares from some of the biggest brands on the market, including Hotpoint, Whirpool, Indesit, LG, Candy, Bosch and more.

    Extensive Collection of Washing Machine Spares
    We understand that a washing machine is an integral part of daily life, which is why we offer the very best and most affordable washing machine spare parts. Whether you’re looking for a drain hose, carbon brush, door seal, door handle or anything else, you will be delighted with our extensive collection of washing machine parts. We are confident you’ll find the perfect product for your budget.

    Save Money with Our Washing Machine Spare Parts
    At BuySpares, our goal is to help our customers cut back on expenditure whenever possible, which is why we only offer the finest washing machine spares available. We promise that if you find cheaper washing machine parts elsewhere then we’ll match the price. Our washing machine spare parts are also a great way to save money with do-it-yourself repairs, as your appliance could be easily fixed by simply installing a new spare product. Take a look at our helpful hints, tips and videos in relation to fixing your washing machine and installing parts in our Appliance Advice Centre.

    Visit BuySpares for the Best Spares
    Here at BuySpares we can delivery many of our washing machine spares to your UK address the very next day – so you can quickly get back into your washing routine. Whatever your washing machine model, you can trust that we offer the washing machine spare parts you’re looking for at a price you can afford. So, for the best washing machine parts on the market, make BuySpares your number one choice.

    Fix it yourself with our range of washing machine parts

    If you need help with a DIY washing machine repair, you will find lots of videos and articles to assist you in our appliance advice centre. Some of the most popular washing machine repair articles and videos include:

    How to Remove and Clean your Washing Machine Soap Drawer
    Over a period of time and sustained use, sediment and mould can build up from inside your washing machine in the soap draw. In this article we show you how to remove the soap draw, inspect it for signs of mould and the most effective way to clean it.
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    How to change the carbon brush in a washing machine motor (Video)
    During the lifespan of your washing machine you may need to replace the carbon brushes. Over time carbon brushes can wear down and this will cause performance to diminish. In this handy washing machine repair video we demonstrate how to replace carbon brushes in the washing machine motor.
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    To see all our washing machine repair help, advice and videos, visit our appliance advice centre

    Everything Homes Appliance news, hints & tips

    All the latest washing machine news and ideas from the blog is shown below. These blogs are designed to help you save money, extend the lifespan of your appliances and keep your home running smoothly.

    My Washing Machine Smells!
    Appliance hygiene is a major issue and if your washing machine has developed an unpleasant aroma then a build up of bacteria could be to blame. As we have switched to lower temperature washes in order to be more environmentally friendly, we have made our washing machine more at risk!
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    101 Uses for an Old Washing Machine Drum
    If it has reached the stage of your washing machines life that it is simply no longer economical to conduct a repair, this light-hearted post will give you a few innovative ideas of how to recycle your old washing machine drum.
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    Discover what’s causing your washing machine fault…

    Before you can start your washing machine repair or purchase a washing machine spare part, you need to know what is causing the fault and how to fix it. Our guide to common faults is the place to start:

    The washing machine leaks
    The most likely cause of leaking from a washing machine is a problem with the door seal. If the door seal has worn or has a tear then water will penetrate it and run down the front of the washing machine. If the door seal is the problem then it needs to be replaced. Leaks can also be caused be faults with other washing machine components such as hoses, seals or the pump. For advice on installing a new belt read our 'How do I replace a washing machine door gasket?' article

    The washing machine has become very noisy
    A noisy washer can become irritating over time and also indicates that there is a fault with the drum bearings. If you suspect that the drum bearings are worn, it is a good idea to get them repaired as soon as possible as it can affect other parts of the washing machine. If there is a problem with the bearings the drum may feel loose or there will often be a brown rusty stain towards the back of the machine. A noisy washer can also be due to loose components inside the machine or because the machine is not standing squarely on all four feet.

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