The unit is +- 9 yrs old but is in a cottage. I beleive it to be a bering issue but am no expert. The sound becomes higher and higher pitched the quicker it spins.Not used heavily over the years. It is located 100 kms out of town so any help would be gretly appreciated. Sincerly
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Erik? Do you either live next to an airport or on an approach pattern? Just wondering! No really...IF Your machine is making THAT much noise! Jeeze! You have a balance drum bearing gone! Maybe more. There are usually four of them located on the corners of the drum. They are throw away and buy new anywhere from $20-40 each. If you have no idea what I am talking about and your machine is over 7 yrs old. Get a new One!
the lenth of duration in all cicles are controled by the timer that is the part that you turn clock wise. also need to check the belt adjustment. If is direct drive, then check the motor mount and berings
Unsrew the bottom panel and u will find the pump to the right disconnect the hose from the back thats coming down from the tub.You will find a pocket behind the hose connect filled with all kinds of change probably enough to buy a pizza and a couple of beers. I also had a old credit card,gas pass bobby pins,hard plastic tags.chains and a hand full of sand.
My Frigidaire frontloader is 9 yrs old was close to buying a new one but this defintly fixed the problem..
works like new again.