Question about Frigidaire ATF6000ES Front Load Washer
I washed some blankets and during spin the drum started making a clanging noise. When I turn it manually it seems to rub on the bottom. The drum seems like it has fallen down.
When you take off the back panel, check to see if both shock absorbers are intact. We were having some problems with our (ATF6000E) Frigidaire front-loader recently too. I noticed that one of the shock absorbers was broken, for about $25 I got a replacement (two of them, I couldn't find just one). It took about 15 minutes to replace. No problems. With mine, though, I think because the drum was moving around, it dislodged some wires which made it stop filling up with water after a few seconds. I did a test and it said E5E. I would check to replace your shock absorbers before doing any more laundry so your machine will still work and not have other problems like mine.
Posted on Sep 11, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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