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Washer machine is making noise when spinning, draining or washing.
- Symptom: Grinding or squeaking noise when washer is operating through the cycle.
- Possible causes:
- Damaged tub bearing.
- Misaligned inner basket due to damaged tub bearing.
- Broken shock absorbers or outer tub springs
- Debris in the drain pump.
- Unbalanced load due to washer not being leveled.
- The tub bearing is mounted in the middle of the outer tub. The washer is noisy when spinning or it is leaking from the tub due to damaged bearing or tub seal. Replacing the tub bearing and seal is a very complicated repair and will require disassembling most of the washer.
- If the washer inner basket is loose and it’s making kind of clanking noise when spinning there is the problem with the tub bearing.
- Check washer shock absorbers, outer tub springs, suspensions or even counterbalance blocks. If damaged, replace them.
- Check drain pump for foreign object or debris.
- Make sure that your washer is leveled.
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