Fisher/Paykel 479332 Kit Drum Bearing Dx1

January 7, 2019 - Comment

This is an authorized aftermarket product. Fits with various fisher/paykel brand models. It has a oem part # 479332. Product Features This is an O.E.M. Authorized part Fits with various fisher/paykel brand models Oem part # 479332

This is an authorized aftermarket product. Fits with various fisher/paykel brand models. It has a oem part # 479332.

Product Features

  • This is an O.E.M. Authorized part
  • Fits with various fisher/paykel brand models
  • Oem part # 479332

Comments

Anonymous says:

Our dryer no longer sounds like Freddy Krueger is lurking in the shadows of our home As the title says, it works as advertised. It’s a direct replacement for the bad bearing. This can be done with one man, but a second set of hands to help hold the carriage bolt on the outside of the drum is helpful. 15-30 minute job if you’re handy with tools at all. Make sure you have the tools necessary on hand to speed up the process. Watched a video (link provided by another reviewer) prior to starting and didn’t have any issues.Tools needed:1) Phillips screw…

Anonymous says:

Wonderful! I have a Fisher and Paykel washer Did the job. The shaft looked fine, so I did not go through the trouble of replacing it. It was the advice of the sellers that the shaft didn’t need to be replaced unless it was messed up. I wiped the existing shaft off with a little WD-40, it looked fine, so I didn’t go to the trouble of replacing it. My 7/8″ deep well socket wouldn’t go in the hole, and it seemed a lot of work to grind it down, so another reason to just replace the bearing. There’s a separate listing for just the shaft and…

Anonymous says:

Wonderful! I have a Fisher and Paykel washer, as they came with my home when I moved it. We have made many of our own reparis on the washer, and now the dryer. This part was relatively easy to install – easiest to have 2 people because of the odd angles of holding parts and having to bend into the dryer to remove old part/install new part. Found a GREAT video on YouTube of a guy replacing it – really helpful to reference and know what to anticipate – including having to modify a tool so it…

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