Question about Washing Machines
Without being there to look at the unit this is what I would do. Check to see if the unit is level with a level. Adjust the post under the washer. This is a two man job as you will have to lift the unit to adjust the post. I have put a short piece of 2X4 to hold up the unit. How old is the unit. If you have rust on your post this will not work. The way these post work are with the vibration of the unit. The two back post on most units are self adjusting so you might be able to just tap on them with a hammer and they will fall to accomplish the self leveling. Also listen for a humming noise when your washer goes into the spin cycle this might mean your spin motor is going bad. It is cheaper now a days just to buy another unit than trying to fix this. You can get a cheap one off of craigslist. Thanks.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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