Question about Washing Machines
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Try leveling the washer. Check for play along the diagonal corners of the washer cabinet by applying downward pressure. If there is any play at all, the washer will shake during spin and the legs must be leveled.
You have br put your heavy washer on a floor that would be condemned for structural weakness if a building inspector saw it. Try placing reinforcing pads or pieces of plywood on the floor under the washer.
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On Whirlpool/Kenmore direct-drive machines: worn snubber pad
Posted on Dec 28, 2008
I had the same problem, checked all over the net to see what other folks had done to correct it. Everyone said "make sure machine is level". I did so, no improvement. Depending on which model you have, it may be the -snubber ring. First check the springs, replace if nesessary, then inspect the snubber. Look at the parts diagram to see if your machine calls for one.
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