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Malfunctions that produce loud noise requires visual inspection. If is question about new appliances then make sure that you properly remove the screws that block the drum and special plastic holders on the housing through which the screws fixing the drum (described in user manual). If you didn't remove this holders they will produce loud noise and sometimes can destroyed door gasket.
In my country failures of the bearings are covered in the warranty period, except in the case of overloading, which is almost impossible to prove. Unfortunately, for your country I do not know, but I think this can be easily check by phone call to your nearest dealer.
<p>Unexpected noise (such as clicking, thumping, or grinding) from an branded device are heard during printer operation.<br />
<span><b>NOTE: </b></span><br />
Noises can be caused by a number of things, some of which may not be addressed in this document. This document deals strictly with the isolation and potential resolution of known noises through troubleshooting.<br />
<p>The following table describes some of the noises to be expected in a printer functioning normally:<br />
<span>Noise occurs:</span> <br />
<span>Additional information:</span> <br />
During power-up<br />
When the printer periodically makes humming and buzzing sounds as the carriage assembly moves around on the right/left side of the printer, the printer is actually cleaning the ink cartridges. This is a normal operation for the printer. This sequence may happen in the following conditions:<br /><br /><br />
<p>Before and/or after printing<br />
<p>During power on <br />
<p>After the printer has been on standby/idle for some time<br />
<p>After replacing a cartridge<br />
<p>In the middle of a long print job (such as printing many photos)<br /></li></ul>
During printing*<br />
<p>Paper pickup: There will be some noise during paper pickup due to the movement of rollers and gears.<br />
<p>While printing: The unit has printed a few lines or the paper has been fed into the printing area. There will be some noise during printing due to the movement of rollers, gears, carriage and paper (paper feed and ejection).<br /></li></ul>
During paper ejection*<br />
At the end of the print job, there is a louder clicking noise as the paper is being "pushed off" to the output tray.<br />
During copying/scanning<br />
The scanner may make pulsing and dragging noises as it scans portions of the document or it may make a long rolling sound if it is doing a continuous scan. After scanning, it will make a long dragging noise as the scanner is brought back to the home position (could be on the left or right side).<br />
Post-printing with no additional jobs in the queue<br />
Post-completion of a print job and without another job in queue: At the end of a print job, there will be a noise on the left/right side of the printer as the pens are being capped. The printer may try to do this a couple of times, which is normal.<br />
Between print jobs<br />
The printer may make humming and buzzing sounds as the carriage assembly moves around on the right/ left side of the printer during the cleaning of the ink cartridges.<br />
In the accessories<br />
There may be some noise associated with accessories (ADF, duplexer, etc.) during the initial positioning and during normal operation.<br />
You can unbalance the load more to get a quieter spin, but otherwise you may have a worn out gear system that produces more noise than the spinning tub itself. Check with service to determine the exact cause of the noise.
It sound like friction noises. it could be because of the rollers and lubrictaion on gears that got hard creating the noise and also produce strain on the feed motor . I would sugest a good service on all mechanical parts.
-After paying an LG serviceman for a home visit, I told to refer to the manual-and there in small print-USE ONLY POWDER CLEANER. Gel and liquids make too much bubbles(thus air) in the hose producing the noise. It will take several washes-but the noise will go away!
Check the surface of the inner drum for items that may be caught in drum holes. These items can produce noise while rubbing between the drum and tub. Clips, wires, etc. are all small enough to catch there and protrude from one of the holes. Carefully remove the item.
Hi Canon copiers are among the most common photocopying machines available on the market. They are known for their affordability and delivery of quality photocopies of printed pages, and because of this, they have been used in various business and office establishments. Like most copiers, Canon copiers also have their own setbacks and issues, but these can be fixed easily once they are properly diagnosed.
Issues.Among the most prominent issues with Canon copiers is when the machine produces either full black or white copies. Most users tend to think that the problem lies with an empty ink or toner. If that were the case, however, then they would still receive copies, but the prints would either have unnecessary lines or blurry images. When the copier produces plain white or all black printouts, the problem has to do with internal parts of the copier.
Causes.The causes of the production of black or white printouts can be traced to one of two roots: broken corona wires or faulty circuit boards. If the copier has an erratic circuit board, it not only produces all-black copies, it also has a misplaced light/dark slider that has to be manually adjusted in order to produce quality prints.
Diagnostics.You can troubleshoot the problems concerning Canon copiers by doing a quick check to see where the problem lies. If you are experiencing intermittent black printouts, see if the bias lamps turn on during printing. These consist of small lamps at the bottom part of the copier drum, where the transfer corona is. The lamps should be not be lit whenever continuous black copies are produced. Faulty circuit boards, meanwhile, can be diagnosed when you have to slam the top-down cover of the machine in order to produce quality, and not blank prints.
I have the same issue. Printing envelopes produce unexpected noise (on real envelope or standard paper) during the proses. Printing the same document as an A4 document ran smoothly and quietly.
Any solution :(
hi, this is a generic problem with top-loading washing machines. when the distribution of load is not uniform, it gives sound when spinning. if it produces noise even after equal distribution of clothes, the problem lies in the suspension. this is not a major fault, and can be put up with, rather than spending dollars on fixing it. this will in no way cause any special wear and tear for the machine. cheers