Question about Washing Machines
Try the tub casting under the agitator if its a top loader,if its a front loader does the drum wobble,then you will need a new drum plus bearing and seal.
Posted on Mar 14, 2008
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Apr 11, 2014 | Maytag Washing Machines
First check if the machine is level .Also makes sure you do not have an unbalanced load. Lint filter between the tubs is loose/broken, tub nut and drive block is worn, bad brake, worn spin tub are some various reasons when washer shakes in spin cycle.
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Mar 02, 2011 | Kenmore Washing Machines
Sounds like a tub support could be defective causing excessive tub movement splashing water outside the washer. Try to move the tub by hand and see if it is firm and snaps back to its center position. If the tub is loose, lift the top cover off by using a non marring tool to pry the front up and lift the cover back on the hinges. Inspect the tub supports for broken or worn rubber shock absorbers. Look at both the tub support shafts and the corner stabilizer attached to the frame and the outer tub. You may need to inspect the fill hose and the water injector to see if it is loose or cracked.
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