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Hoover hnf 6167 noise when spinning and one of the drum tumbler things keeps breaking off

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The screws that hold the baffle on have worked loose and are rattling around in the outer drum. causing both nopise and baffle falling about.

Posted on Sep 21, 2008

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    AlmostBob Sep 22, 2008

    Dunno how to fix this particular machine,

    for most it is pretty simple once you work out how to open the case

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Here is what I suggested to another person with a similar request......

Not knowing what model machine you have, I would hazard a guess and say it is your break solenoid or break arm or a variation on a break system.

After the spin cycle, the break solenoid or break motor engages a break arm to stop and lock your spinning drum. The loud clunk is normal especially in Simpson and Hoover top load machines.

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