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a noisy washing machine is not typically a sign that something is
broken, it definitely can be annoying. Usually the noise from a washing
machine can be fixed fairly easily, but a few different fixes may need
to be tried before it can be determined what the true culprit of the
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the drum bearings if the washing machine is making a rumbling noise.
The noise may possibly stem from water getting into the bearings. Take
the belt off and spin the drum by hand. If there is a rumble, remove
the bearings and replace them with new ones.
the spider at the back of the drum. The spider is the three-armed
device that holds the drum in place. If there is one loud noise on each
revolution of the drum, there is a good chance the spider has partially
become loose. Tighten the bolts on the spider to silence the noise it
for coins. If the noise the washing machine makes sounds like metal on
metal, there is a good chance that some change has slipped from a
pocket and is now in the dryer. Take a flashlight and look in the drum
for coins, paper clips, and other small items.
the legs. Many washing machines make more noise than they should
because they have not been properly balanced. Re-adjust the legs to
make sure that they are all even. This will keep the washing machine
from moving and will ensure that the noise it creates while it moves
will go away.
the drive belt. Often a high-pitched squeaky noise can come from a
drive belt that has been worn down. Simply replacing the old belt with
a new one will fix this problem.
That usually comes from the main wash head being reinstalled without the white washer which provides a smooth surface for it to glide on, or it has cracked and fallen off, OR it's mounter to the head and has simply eroded.
Make sure your spray arms are not loose first.If it remains loud you may have something caught in the food shredder area that is making motor strain/rumble.Also make sure to look under the machine to see if anything(water line-Drain hose) is touching the motor which will sometimes make some unusual sounds.
most of the noises you are talking about happen often when something is down in the sumpyou need to take the pump apart and you will find something small in there causing the noise! i see if very often and common for this unit.