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Jul 12, 2014 - Uploaded by Mike Davies
GE Washer that Shakes and is Load during Spin Cycle. step by step ... Washer Tub Seal Replacement - GE Top Load Washing Machine ...
Apr 4, 2013 - Uploaded by Wayne Meador
I need help with my GE Front Load Washing Machine!!!! If you or anybody that you know can help me fix this, I ...
There are a number of things that can do this. For a top-load machine, an out-of balance load can get noisy. Many GE washers have bungee-cord type straps at the top of the tub to dampen out-of-balance gyrations. If these break, you get a lot of rattling. Other washers (some older Kenmore models for example) have a spring-and-bar arrangement under the tub. If this freezes up due to rust, or something breaks, your washer will bounce a bit. Older Maytag washers may dance around if the baseplate is worn out. In all washers, bad tub bearings can make a racket; you will often have leakage as well.
Ge has stabilizer rubber straps at top of outer tub remove front of washer remove 2 1/4 screws to remove top 5/16 screws hold 4 corners of top rim and 1/4 in scews under top frame replace all broken stabilizers then your problem should be fixed if still loud you may have bad trans
washer making a load cluck noise when the spin cycle starts. It only happens when the motor turns slow for the first minute during the spin cycle. Otherwise it works fine. if the motor is proper then the bearings in the motor got rusted and that needs replacement.the beasrings are located on the back of the motor.
I am thinking there may be an object caught between the inner and outer tubs...perhaps something came out of a pants pocket and was "flung" overboard into the outer tub. If you remove the top, and push the inner tub (moving tub) to one side, look with a flashlight for a foreign object. the noise will be fine until high speed kicks in and begins to disturb the sleeping object into a frenzy.