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SOURCE: Where can I buy a replacement V Belt for my Home Comfort HCWP 1102 washing machine?

same question, same answer...

you did not supply country, or location - telepathy do not work, nobody can help if data is not known.

i would suggest any store selling belts (automotive, tire places, white goods repairers and suppliers), just grab old belt, take it with you and salesperson will be able to determine from the numbers on the belt what length and profile of the belt will be and will sell you happily replacement.

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same question, same answer...

you did not supply country, or location - telepathy do not work, nobody can help if data is not known.

i would suggest any store selling belts (automotive, tire places, white goods repairers and suppliers), just grab old belt, take it with you and salesperson will be able to determine from the numbers on the belt what length and profile of the belt will be and will sell you happily replacement.

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you did not supply country, or location - telepathy do not work, nobody can help if data is not known.

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To replace the drive belt, you will need to open the access panel or in some cases tip the washer onto its side to expose the belt on the bottom. Start by removing the back cover, and look for a belt. If you do not see a belt (or a place for a belt - the belt itself may have broken and is hidden from view) and you can see the floor then your washer is a direct drive model that does not use a belt. If you cannot see the floor because there is a steel floor in the washer, locate the motor and determine if it extends through the bottom plate. If so, then the belt is accessed from beneath the washer.

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To remove the old belt unscrew the clamps securing the pump coupling ( a leathery or rubber flexible part that connects the motor to the water pump). Remove the pump coupling to slip the old belt out. Some models instead require you to loosen the motor mounting bolts and shift it inward to relieve tension on the belt. Remove the old belt.

Place the new belt over the transmission pulley first then place it over the motor pulley. If it is too tight, place the belt over the motor pulley's nearest edge and then slowly turn the motor pulley to pull the belt around and into the pulley. Replace the pump coupling or tighten the motor mounting bolts. The belt should deflect no more than one half inch when you press on the longest straight run.


Replace the cover and test the washer for proper operation.

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To replace the drive belt, you will need to open the access panel or in some cases tip the washer onto its side to expose the belt on the bottom. Start by removing the back cover, and look for a belt. If you do not see a belt (or a place for a belt - the belt itself may have broken and is hidden from view) and you can see the floor then your washer is a direct drive model that does not use a belt.
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If you have to tip the washer over, place a large piece of cardboard on the floor to protect the floor and the washer's finish. Because a washer is pretty heavy, you will need an able-bodied assistant to safely tip the washer onto its side.
Also, there will be some water remaining in the washer, so have sponges and towels ready to clean up any spill.
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Place the new belt over the transmission pulley first then place it over the motor pulley. If it is too tight, place the belt over the motor pulley's nearest edge and then slowly turn the motor pulley to pull the belt around and into the pulley. Replace the pump coupling or tighten the motor mounting bolts. The belt should deflect no more than one half inch when you press on the longest straight run.Replace the cover and test the washer for proper operation.

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