How to replace washing machine motor carbon brushes C.E.SET Motors

Here is a step by step guide of the process:

This video will show you how to replace washing machine motor carbon brushes in a C.E.SET (ceset motor), we are working on a Hotpoint but this guide is good for most makes that have a C.E.SET motor

To take out a motor on a washing machine might sound scary, but it’s a surprisingly easy to replace and then fit the carbon brushes.

  1.               Remove the lid and the back panel.
  2.              Then you need to remove the washing machine belt that is attached to the motor and drum pulley.
  3.              You will now need to remove the bolts that attach the motor to the washing machine drum.
  4.               Using a flat blade screwdriver release the motor of the drum brackets or lugs be careful it’s heavy.
  5.                Next you need to remove the old brushes and fit new ones according to the video instruction.

 

 Here are some pictures of the worn carbon brushes compared to the new.

Some pictures of the work on how to replace washing machine motor carbon brushes in a C.E.SET (ceset motor),


Grab the necessary parts and start repairing



7 Responses to “How to replace washing machine motor carbon brushes C.E.SET Motors”

  1. how-2-repair.com says : Reply
  2. Maxxxshop says : Reply

    This video is so relaxing. Yesterday I replaced a capacitor on my Indesit.
    Unfortunately my carbon brushes are doing their job properly. Yet! I hope
    they’ll break soon. 🙂
    thx and greetings from Germany

  3. jaicruvoir senior says : Reply

    Thanks Fron France

  4. Mrdevonfiregrave says : Reply

    well your videos are so easy to follow thankyou so much.

  5. Thomas O'Keefe says : Reply

    thanks for this when i heard i needed to replace a carbon brush i was like
    what the hell… this video made me realise its very simple 🙂

  6. Aladar Bunak says : Reply

    Thanks a lot from Czech Rep. What kind of beer Paul likes? 🙂

  7. Karma Raw says : Reply

    Hiya, my machine stopped working and want to call a repair person… any
    chance of a quick diagnostic? How much should it cost?
    https://youtu.be/TNULHd65jR4

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