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Suitable For Models Of

AEG, Electrolux, Elektro Helios, Fors, Frigidaire, Husqvarna, Husqvarna Electrolux, John Lewis, Philco, Professional, Rex, Rosenlew, Zanker, Zanussi Washing Machines

Description

The drum shock absorber lessens vibrations of the revolving drum

A drum shock absorber in a washing machine dampens vibrations while stabilising the drum during the spin cycle. As it absorbs the shock and movement from the rotating drum, it lowers the machine's excessive shaking or bouncing.  

Signs my washing machine’s shock absorber is bad

If you notice increased vibrations or excessive noise during the spin cycle, it could be a sign of a faulty shock absorber. Once the washing machine displays unstable movement or wobbling during operation, it is likely that the shock absorber needs to be inspected too. 

Would this drum shock absorber work in my washing machine? 

This washing machine washing machine drum shock absorber is a genuine AEG washing machine spare part. It also fits Electrolux, Elektro Helios, Fors, Frigidaire, Husqvarna, Husqvarna Electrolux, John Lewis, Philco, Professional, Rex, Rosenlew, Zanker, and Zanussi washing machines. Use our compatibility checker to see if this part fits your model.

Manufacturers Part Number:

  • 1327442107

EAN Number:

  • 7321421969985

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Safety note:

Warning: Always unplug any appliance from the electricity supply before carrying out any work or testing on it.

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Questions And Answers

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hello, how can i tell if my shock absorber has gone bad? the drum on my washing machine is hitting the inner side of the housing during spin drying, is that a sympton of a bad shock absorber?
By Dave - Estonia - 09/03/2021
Hi, your shock absorber should be very stiff, if it moves freely it's most likely faulty.
By Jordan - Staff Member

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