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Is the pump compeller suppose to be loose or wobble..


no if a pump impeller wobbles its gonna hit the sides of the housing and stop turning this is bad in many ways as it will ruin the impeller by reducing its size and things go south fromt here , washing machine pumps are not that hard to change, if your physicaly able to turn machine on its side , if not yes its a chore

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Ge transmission shaft wobbles


The tub bearings are worn out, you will have to replaced the outer tub to repair this problem. Good luck. Here to help

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My machine is extremely loud when it spins. what do I need to do


I would guess you need to level it. Most washers and dryers have some sort of self leveling in their feet but some do not. Attempt to lift the rear of the machine up two to four inches and then set it back down. Check to see if it wobbles. If is still wobbles you may need to adjust the foot using an open ended wrench.

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I have problem with balancing


De-adjust your machine's feet and start from scratch to level them out. It is more important on a front loader to have it standing firmly on all four feet than to have it perfectly level, also try avoid having the feet extended too far out to avoid wobble. When you are finished, the machine should be roughly level and you should not be able to wobble it at all by hand.

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When applying brakes - I get a wheel wobble, o.k. when driving normally no wheel wobble. had realignment done about 4 months ago. also when driving on rough or uneven road surface seems like my shock...


it could be the shocks but due to wheel wobble i would say its more to do with worn bushings on the suspension arms etc.... best way to check is to jack up each front corner of the car at a time and shake the wheel see if it has movement side to side or front to rear if so i would reccomend getting it looked at or replacing the bushings :) hoep this helps

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Washing machine vibrates and starts to wobble excessivly had a repair man look at the machine he said he could not find anything wrong all the shocks and stabilisers were ok.just had a new kitchen...


get another man out,,,,,your washer has a fault with its stabilisers,,,it may need to be reset to your floor is it wobbles its that or your putting the wash load is lumpy,,,

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Maytag washing machine wobbles when spinning. Legs are level so is problem inside?


Check the suspending springs inside. These are attached to to the drum jacket. If the springs are OK check whether the drum is wobbling. Turn by hand and check. Check ball bearings last!!!

Mar 28, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Does this happen with every load? I've had this happen occasionally but it was caused by one or two heavier when wet pieces of clothing that caused the tub to get off center and it would wobble out of control. By just rearranging the wet clothes to balance the tub it stopped wobbling. But only after making sure that the heaviest objects were on opposite sides if the tub.

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