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LOUD BANGING WASHER SOUNDS UNBALANCED WITH CLOTHES IN IT AND NOT WHILE ITS EMPTY BUT TOOK THE FRONT PANEL OFF AND THERE IS A BLINKING LIGHT BY THE MOTOR

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The light blinking is normal if the it is .5 seconds and and .5 sec off. Means it is in standby. The washer must be level front to back and left to right, do not wash heavy single item like rugs. If you was towels or sheets you may have to untangle then in order for them to be evenly distributed around the tub. Also, make sure you have the washer settings set for fabric softener added. It will then fill for the final rinse , instead of a spray rinse. Good luck.

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SOURCE: GE front load washer

Remove the front lower panel (3 screws on lower lip - lay on floor to see). Panel come right off. there is a round "dial" to the front housing. Put down a bath towel on the floor and unscrew dial - then pull it out.

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SOURCE: the washer makes loud banging

It could be that your machine is not level,

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SOURCE: GE Front Load Washer Model WBVH5100HWW - door lock light is on

I queryed another site; justanswer.com with technician Larry, who provided the solution. Replace the door latch assenbly part # WH10X1006 $146.99 from GE. A local parts house had the identical under a Whirlpool # WP8182634 for 59.46. Install the new assemble and all is well.

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SOURCE: Washing machine is leaking water out of the bottom

Leak could be a few things, Pump depending on what side its on /bangs, are they electrical ?

Posted on Sep 30, 2009

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SOURCE: tub bangs loudly

there may be 3 to 4 load springs on the underside of the machine that attatches to the tub. if one of these breaks which often do on my machine. They will cause the machine to become unbalanced and bang.

Posted on Dec 23, 2009

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