Genuine Belt 1270 J5 ---SIZE: 1270 mm
Ariston, Beko, Creda, Electra, English Electric, Gala, Hotpoint, Jackson, Servis Belt 1244 5PJE / 1245PJE SIZE 1244 mm- 1245 mm
Genuine Belt 1205J5, 1208J5, 5PJE ---SIZE: 1208 mm
Genuine Belt 1967 9PHE ---SIZE: 1967 mm
Genuine Belt 1965H6 SIZE: 1965 mm
Genuine Belt 1975H7 ---SIZE: 1975 mm
Genuine Roller Drive Belt Pulley Wheel
Genuine Belt 1951 H7 --SIZE: 1951 mm
Genuine Belt 5EPJ1225 J5E ---SIZE: 1225 mm
1991 8phe Belt, Can Also Fit 1991 6phe , Check Motor Spindle Has Enough Grooves ---SIZE: 1991 mm
1991 8phe, Can Also Fit 1991 6phe , Check Motor Spindle Has Enough Groove,TCYL757C6GUK, TCYL757C6PUK C00116358 --SIZE: 1991 mm Genuine Part
1991 6PHE - --SIZE: 1991 mm Genuine Part
Genuine Belt 1540H5 ---- SIZE: 1540mm
Genuine Belt VTD00, VTD20, VTD60, TVF760P, IDV65UK, IS60V, IS60VS, ISL60VEX
Genuine Belt 1985H8 --SIZE: 1985mm
CREDA, CRUSADER, ELECTRA, POWERPOINT, SERVISGenuine Belt 1904H7---Size 1904mm
Genuine Belt 1970 PH7 ----SIZE: 1970 mm
Genuine Belt 2010 H7 ---SIZE: 2010 mm
Genuine Belt: 1936 H6 6PH ----- SIZE: 1936 mm
1810J3 SIZE: 1810mm
Genuine Belt 1205J5, 1208J5, 5PJE ---SIZE: 1205 mm -1208 mm
Belt 1975H5 ---SIZE: 1975 mm
Genuine Belt 1884 H5 ---SIZE: 1884 mm
Genuine Belt AEG Electrolux Tricity Bendix Tumble Dryer Drive Belt 1258288107 1975H7 Genuine Belt 1975H7 ---SIZE: 1975 mm
IF THE BELT APPEARS TO BE TOO LONG
If the code on the new belt matches the existing belt and the belt appears to be too long then
Check the has been installed correctly around the pulley. HERE ARE SOME EXAMPLES:
IF THE BELT APPEARS TOO SMALL
Most modern washing machine and washer dryer drive belts are often of the type that is referred to in the trade as a "stretch" type drive belt. The "stretch" to fit and are or, can be, incredibly tight and difficult to fit. For a novice it can look as though it is impossible to fit one of these tumble dryer drive belts but, if the sizes are correct it will fit. Belts usually have a code on them which will tell you he length and the number of ridges. the number of ridges can sometimes change this generally does not matter as long as the drive has the room to accommodate if the ridge number have increase.
Fitting the belt
Make sure that any remains of old belt are removed, especially around the motor pulley if the old one has frayed away as, all too often, strands of the material will wrap around the motor pulley shaft and can impair performance or even cause damage. Errant strands and faulty pulleys can also just wreck the new belt that you are about to fit, so it's well worth having a check.
Belts are fed on and many modern ones can be an absolute pain to fit as they can be extremely tight going on. Be very careful as if you get a finger trapped in there it's going to hurt and, if it catches a sharp edge it's going to hurt even more.
So, starting at the bottom place the belt around the motor drive pulley and bring it up to the drum pulley. Place the drive side onto the drum pulley keeping the belt taught and work it around the drum pulley slowly by turning the pulley whilst holding the belt in place. Doing it this way you have a far greater chance of success and of not getting injured.