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Loud screaming sound during spin cycle

Yesterday my washer started screaming during the spin cycle. Everything seems to be working, the aggitator is spinning and the clothes are ready to be dried. Does anyone have an idea of where to even start?

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Re: loud screaming sound during spin cycle

The screaming noise is probably from a dry bearing in the motor, it will probably come and go and shouldnt cause to much problem, they are supposed to be self lubricating but sometime they run dry.

Posted on Oct 18, 2007

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