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Re: GE front loader shakes when trying to spin
Try putting either a piece of plywood under the machine so that all 4 legs are standing on it or using plastic floor protectors that fit under each leg to see if you can get it to be more level. Have you ensured that each leg is in full contact with the floor?
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All front loaders shake to some extent. It depends on the balance of the load. It is especially evident in the spin cycle due to the high speeds. Also these machines are best placed on a solid cement floor. They can shake an entire house if on the first or second floor and the floors are not well reinforced.
Wow...does it sound like it's about to take. You can hear it all over the house even with the door to the room closed? We have the same reason. THis started after a bout of lice in the house and we were doing many loads a day for a while. Help!
Front load washers have an auto water level determined by the weight of the clothes placed in the washer. If that sensor is malfunctioning the washer may not run ! Unfortunately I think that its time to spend $75. and have a trained GE laundry tech with hands on diagnostic experience remedy the problem. Rather than you spending tons of your hard earned money swapping parts! I agree with you on that point! I understand this is not as complicated as a jet engine. And you tried your best,but some times it is more cost efficient to let a surgeon fix my hernia while I'm relaxed and under anesthesia, than try to fix it myself! If My jet was broken, I would not risk flying it after I fixed the problem because I am an appliance man! I would prefer my life in your hands with your expertise !
Please cut your self a break and call service. You may find it interesting, and fascinating yourself to see what the problem was!
Bless you, and let me know what was the end result!
I believe if I was there with hands on, I would solve your problem! Please give me a good rating before you sign off, for my rational and calming advice ngafm
The Shipping bolts need to be removed from the back of the unit?? they go thru a plastic sleeve once the bolts are out you can twist the plastic peice to remove them completely I think there are 3 of them