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Anyone have vibration problems in their vy v8 adventra

Sounds like a harmonic vibration . check spinning shafts for correct laignment or balance. Check cv joints or uni joints for cirrect operating angles

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Kitchenaid washers vibrating spinning, and leaking water on the right front side

Motherboard might be on it's way out..
May need balancing...
Check the hoses for leaks

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Compaq presario CQ61 is making a vibrating noise. it is constant

Two things,
1) Check if you have a CD/DVD in the disk-drive and remove it. The spinning disk is causing the vibration


In the middle of the dialog box, you should see a box that says "Turn off hard disks".
There you can select "After 3 minutes" or "After 5 minutes". This will turn off another spinning/vibrating thing if you have an issue with imbalance there.

3) Make sure you are not blocking the vent holes on the bottom of your laptop so air can get through and it doesn't overheat. The last spinning thing on your laptop is the cooling fan. This only comes on when it is hot. If you are doing a lot of calculations or heavy-duty computing will also make it hot but this is very rare (I guess some games can also be considered heavy-duty computing and cause overheating). If you are doing heavy-duty computing, there is nothing that can be done about he vibration of the cooling fan.

Good luck

May 06, 2011 | Computers & Internet

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Vibrates, shakes and moves around and has a lot of noise while spinning. It has been leveled and the floor seems sturdy enough.


When my washer did that, I found that the shocks that hold the tub were bad...

Check out this tip I wrote about the noise and vibration that front load washers can make..

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Noise when is spinning

Could be a bearing, or perhaps vibration Check concrete weight are tight , springs okay.Machine is level..please leave feedback.

Apr 07, 2010 | Kenmore 45981 Washer

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Kenmore front loading spin noise small vibration

It is probably the bearings on the rear of the wash tub. There have been multiple issues with the bearings. Try rplacing the bearings and the drive belt. I also have a 417 that I've had for almost 10 years.. I've not have a problem yet but it is slightly louder on spinning than it was when it was new. I did some research and found out about the bearings.

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Violently vibrates while spinning

Hi, First thing you want to be sure of is that the machine is solid to the flor. Check and see that one of the legs hasn't moved. Get me model# if you need further assistance please.


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LG WD-8074FHB frontloader washingmachine, vibration during spinning

As happened to me, it could be that one of the shock absorbers at the base of the unit has come adrift from its securing point.

Jun 23, 2008 | LG Washing Machines

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3gb microdrive

have you checked the cables that connect the drive to computer first remove the ribon cable from hard drive and power up computer check if hdd is spinning up you may feel a slight vibration if you feel this vibration then power off if you have the cd ribbon cable still attached place this end to hdd then power on if boots in then you need a new ribbon cable. if hdd is not spinning replace hdd hope this has helped

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