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Re: Noisy when spining
It is possible, but it involves a strip down, which I would not recommend,
the only other way you might retrieve a foriegn object is by removing one of the drum lifters inside the drum.
Grasp one of the lifters and pull it firmly towards you, this should then lift out ,and you can feel around to see if you can locate anyhing.
to replace lifter, insert it into the slots, and push it firmly towards the rear, you should feel it click into place.
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Remove rear cover of washer.
Remove drive belt.
From inside the drum, spin the drum by hand, if it is noisy or feels rough, then main drum bearings have failed.
If no noise, then possibly motor bearings noisy.
Hope this helps Thankyou.
hello there.....the noise you hear is most likley due to failed drum bearings or something trapped in the drum....test as follows....isolate machine....open the door...test the drum for up and down lift...there should be no movement at all....if all is well here...remove the lid and remove drive belt....spin the drum by hand and listen for any bearing noise (rumble). or metallic sound of something trapped in drum..if all is well here refit the lid temp...Then select spin and start machine...if motor is noisy then the problem is with the motor bearings
Remove drive belt, and spin drum by hand from inside of drum, if it is noisy or rumbling, then main bearings have failed
If no noise with belt removed, then check elsewhere to pinpoint noise.
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You can remove the cap but I wll be truthfull if your getting a loud roaring sound or screeching sound in the spin cycle it is the bearing call a tripple lip seal you need special tools to remove the seal
spin the drum by hand, if it feels rough or is noisy, then you probably have drum bearing failure.
Another possibility is one or more of the drum paddles may have come adrift..
These can be replaced.
drum bearings, check and investigate, remove drive belt and then rotate, if still noisy then yes its the drum bearings, if the noise stops when the belt removed the motor bearings are faulty
costly repair on most models, sorry
oh there is also the possibility there is something lodged within the drum cavity between the lining and the drum casing
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.