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Re: vibrating on spin cycle.
If the machine is new there is a possibility that the shipping pin didn't come out completely. If you set the machine up yourself, there is a yellow plastic strap that holds in the electric plug. You need to pull, not cut this plastic strap as it has a pin that is about 8-10" long that goes through under the tub to secure the machine for shipping.
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Check that it is level and that all the water is draining out when the wash cycle is complete. Check that the wash drum and all associated parts are correctly in place and are secure. Check the drum for excessive play, replace defective parts.
Also look for loose objects from clothing that may be jammed out of site but causing centrifugal throwout vibration.
Make sure the legs on all four corners are down tight and even level the machine with this 4 pads. If the machine is level it will vibrate less, and then not all machines are completely quiet when working, especially on spin cycle..
If the machine is level and the feet are properly touching the pads it may be a fault in one of the suspension components or it could simply be the way the load is sitting in the machine during spin cycle. Towels get heavy when soaked and if the load is not balanced inside it will make the machine vibrate. Have you tried the machine without any clothes in it to rule that out?
As far as the vibration goes, check to make sure that the machine is leveled. Also check to make sure that the shipping bolts have been removed. On every spin cycle, the machine goes the a process to check if it is balanced or not. If the machine senses that it is unbalanced, it will stop the cycle. So that could be why your clothes are coming out soaked. try this solution first, if the problem continues, let me know and we can try a different solution, perhaps putting your machine in diagnostic mode.
the vibration and noise is most likely from the drum bearings wearing out to test the bearings try this out,,,
open the door, hold the top of the drum and lift it up, if it has any free lift in it the bearings are going, now spin the drum by hand and you should here the rumble off the bearings