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Dear Sir /Madam, my washing machine has a huge vibration during spin operation how can fix it? it is highly appreciated guide me best regards

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I am unable to find a user manual for your model of washing machine. If it is a front loader then most likely the if you are not overloading the machine the following needs to be checked
1. level screws at base of machine are level with floor. Push the machine down from one side and see it lifts from other side. This needs to be correced.
2. slightly reduce the spin speed and see if it makes a difference
3. the counterweight on the drum may have come loose. This will mean opening the top cover and checking if the bolts holding the counter weight (block of concrete) are set properly.
4. Also check if the motor belt is not worn and is slipping.

Posted on May 06, 2014

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sounds like a problem with the coupling between to motor and the gearbox!

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check to make sure the machine is properly balanced. an off balance machine will vibrate causing that sound.

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Open washer's cover and look for a released or a malfunction shock absorber. Good luck!

Posted on Sep 04, 2007

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the pump hose is knocking if you can unplug the machine and tilt the machine on its back you can see the hose get a cable tie big one you can cable tie it down that would stop it from moving that's why its knocking if the pump is not on that side then your suspension leg is on its way out meaning you will have to call your local second hand shop to have a look but be for you do have a loo your self save money

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SOURCE: Kenmore 80 Series washing machine - loud banging at end of spin

With the lid open, set the cycle to spin and press the lid switch button with a pen. Wait until the drum gets to full speed and release the lid switch. If the drum makes a knocking/ thumping noise and doesn't stop spinning within 2-3 seconds, the basket drive block is worn and needs to be replaced. (The basket drive block is located on the gearcase drive shaft, under the tub and agitator) If this has been happening for a long time you may need to replace the brake and drive tube assembly as well.
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Basket drive block part number is 389140

If that's not it, let me know and I will try to help you further.
Good luck!

Posted on Mar 10, 2009

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