Last updated on February 7th, 2017
Buy appliance spare parts from UKs largest spares supplier and get useful related information and advice. Written by an appliance repairman with 40 years experience in the trade. Designed to help anyone looking into buying and fitting parts to white goods appliances. Information and tips on what numbers you might need, where to find them, and the difference between genuine and non-genuine parts.
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Why buy spares here?
The links above go to 4Washerhelp which is run by the same company who own eSpares, buyspares, Partsmaster and others. They’ve been supplying appliance spare parts to the trade & public for decades. I first started buying spares from them in the early 1980s and still use them myself to this day. The cost of parts is the same as normal but Whitegoodshelp receives a small commission on sales which helps keep my site running.
Essential Tips for when Buying Spares
Avoid common spare part pitfalls. Having the right model and serial number is often not be enough to locate the correct parts. Have you even got the full, proper model number? Advice on what information you need from your appliance to obtain the correct spare part.
- 5 things you need to know before buying appliance spares
- Where to find the proper model number and serial number on an appliance
- 3 tips (including could you find the model & serial number on your washing machine if the door is jammed shut?)
- Where is the model & serial number on a fridge or freezer?
- How to find model & serial number on a built in washing machine
Buying Spares Advice
Not all parts are of equal quality, many spares available on the Internet are copies and not genuine. Find out what if any difference there is and how to tell which is which.
- Understand about genuine parts to avoid buying inferior copies
- More articles under “spares & Accessories” category
As an experienced engineer I can tell you that finding the right spare part for an appliance is not always easy so you need to be careful not to order the wrong one, or buy a part that you don’t even need because you misdiagnosed a fault. My articles above offer useful help, advice and even warnings, so take some time to check them out. There is also essential DIY repair safety advice and tips. The 4Washerhelp Spares website is run by the largest spares company in the UK and have millions of appliance parts, and a team of people who can help you find the right one.