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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Clothing stuck in washer machine
At times, items or pieces of clothing can be stuck in agitator, and will not allow it to move. First turn the machine off and make sure it is unplugged from electrical receptacle.
* Inside the machine, place each hand under the base of the agitator.
* Pull forcefully up and when loosened remove the agitator up and out of the machine.
* If an object is found remove it, and then replace the agitator by re-inserting it, down onto the shaft.
A "shaking and dancing machine."
* Every washing machine has what is referred to as "leveling feet" at the front of the machine. These "feet" can be adjusted to level the washer.
* Move the machine back and forth, to make sure it is resting with all four feet securely on the ground and are in position.
* Now use your level! Place it on the top of the machine and notice where your machine is off level. Leaving the carpenters level in place use the adjustable wrench and turn the leveling feet until the machine stays level in the floor, "is no longer rocking."
Your level should appear centered. Note: make sure you understand your load capacity, it is important not to overload with too many items of clothing.
Posted on Jul 04, 2008
SOURCE: My 2 year lold front
on my lg, there are two small drain holes in the folds of the gasket that got plugged up with lint and stuff, unplug them if you have them. also i leave the door open after wash to let it dry out
Posted on Jul 25, 2009
SOURCE: White marks on my clothes.
Are you using TOO much powder? And is the machine set to the correct rinse tempature? You mention white stuff, does it look like undissolved washing powder? Or fabric softner? Possibly try liquid detergent and see if the problem continues. And follow the recommended amounts of detergent for each wash load, and the tempature settings. And of course the water levels. All of the above are crucial to insure you get maximum preformance and utility out of your machine, with the results you expect. Let us know what you find. Kindest Regards, Slats.
Posted on Sep 26, 2009
It is normal for the drum to sway excessively and hit the balance switch if the load is not evenly distributed around the drum or if you have excess cloths.
Once the balance switch is trigerred, you can reset by openning and closing the door. It is a safety mechanism which stops the spin cycle if the drum sways excessively.
If this tends to happen often, then you need to make sure the machine is properly balanced and not leaning too much to the back.
Also the drum suspension rods do tend to wear out over time and loose their firmness, causing the drum to sway excessively. You can check this by opening the lid. Pushing down and from side to side onto the agitator, and seeing if their is a firm bound on the drum. Also making sure the drum returns to centre position. If the suspension springs feel loose and wayward, then they will need replacement.
Posted on Nov 08, 2009
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