I moved the washer to get behind the dryer, when i moved it back and started a load it made a loud clicking kinda rough noise and doesn't spin. could i have shook the barrel loose or lost a screw out of somewhere? had no previous problems.
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When the pads on the front wear, it will make noise when running. They can be replaced. There is one on the top and one on the bottom rim where the drum turns. You remove the front to access them by removing the screws on the top. Post your model number for diagrams. It's usually stamped on a small tag in a visible location on your appliance.
Washer-Dryer- behind or on top of the control panel. Behind the door. On the lower front or side of the cabinet.
what kinda noise, sqeeling, or clunking, mite be sumthing small that made its way behind ajatator an is causeing noise..or one of the springs that hold it broke..sorry i dont no what kind of noise.....
Most noises from a washing machine occur during the spin cycle. If you hear loud thumping during the spin, the load of clothes may have become unbalanced. Stop the washer and redistribute the clothes, then re-start it. Repeat these steps if necessary.
A common problem with noises from washing
machines has been the under wire that may come out of small clothes. In the
washer they can get stuck in one of the inner basket holes and make a scrapping
noise, they can actually make there way into the pump and jam the pump, or make
a terrible noise when the pump is running. Grab a flash light and have a peek
inside the washer for this. Front load washers seem very common to this happen!
If the tiny cloth is showing signs of fraying, may be best not to wash it
in the washing machine, replace the cloth
The washer is not leveled correctly. You will need to adjust the front feet to level the machine. Run a load of clothes in the washer. When it gets to the spin mode, check the level of the machine by pushing the front left corner and the front right corner. If the noise quiets down on either corner of the machine, adjust the legs on that side.