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I found tying belt on drum wheel with 2 or 3 cable ties agood help to getting belt on.

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I think the drive belt has gone as the motor sounds as if it is spinning but the drum isnt moving. How easy is it to fit a new drive belt?


I haven't worked on a Zanussi yet but usually once the top has been removed replacing the belt is a fairly straightforward and intuitive process - it is removing the top that tends to be the difficult part.

I expect washer-driers would be more difficult but so far I have managed to avoid those.

Mar 15, 2016 | Zanussi FJS1225W Front Load Washer

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Zanussi fls 1284 - how is it possible to make the right belt fit - I have tried and tried - it will not fit. What can I do?


It is elastic drive belt 1196 J5 which means that 1196 mm is the working length based on the belt mounted on the pulleys. "J" and "H" means shape of the drive belt and finally number after word (J5) means number of teeth (could be: 4,5,6,8) .The length marked on the drive belt (1196,1217,1280 etc.) is the working length based on the belt mounted on the pulleys. For a given working length, the belts - which consist of different materials - have a different degree of elasticity. This means that, when not fitted to the appliance, their lengths may be different. It is normal that the length of a plastic belt not fitted to the pulleys is three or four centimeters greater than that of a rubber belt. Also, both types of elastic drive belt are shorter than the working length and therefore it is a little more difficult to replace but not so much that you have to lossen motor.

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Sep 13, 2015 | Zanussi Washing Machines

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How do you remove back panel on zanussi fls-1183w so i can replace belt


you only need to remove the top of the machine but be carefull when fitting new belt

Oct 05, 2010 | Zanussi Washing Machines

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The belt has snapped. Does anyone know how to


If there is no removeable rear panel then it can be done from the top, it is not easy, but I have done it in the past.
If you tilt the washer towards you, it gives more room to get your hands and arms in to fit the belt.
Otherwise it means removing the rear half of the cabinet.
Hope this helps.

Jan 25, 2010 | Zanussi F1245W Front Load Washer

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Belt broken on my wdt1085 washing machine.


take off back plate to washer, wrap belt round motor and spider (6 legged wheel above the motor) and turn the spider thats it

Jun 23, 2009 | Zanussi F1045W Front Load Washer

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Zanussi Aqualux washing machine


the belt is a tight fit so you need some strength
remove top. loop belt over the motor pulley and start belt onto drum pulley. turn drum pulley and belt will work its way on. there is just enough room to do this

Oct 08, 2008 | Zanussi F1045W Front Load Washer

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F1245w


I have always fitted the the motor cog first then start by placing belt on half of the drum cog as much as you can, then by hand turn the drum and the belt should slip on.
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Jun 11, 2008 | Zanussi F1245W Front Load Washer

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FITTING NEW BELT ON ZANUSSI WASHUNG MACHINE F1045W


It is'nt any adjustment on those machines. They were fitted with eleastic belts. Is the belt not tight enough, you need a new belt.

Jan 23, 2008 | Zanussi F1045W Front Load Washer

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