My washer wont spin smoothly, it shakes the whole kitchen.. and i think trying to charge me $25.98 to solve the problem, after all i spent on the purchase in the first place, is really lousy business practice.. i really wish someone would get back to me.. i would like to give GE a good reference if anyone asks me.. my washer model # is...WCVH6600HBB
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Re: MY WASHER ISNT WORKING PROPERLY
Ok here can be some problems of all different issues.
Did you take out the transport bolts? they are located in the back and if left in the will prevent the drum from using the dampeners. Please check this because it will wreck the machine.
If these are out most likely one of the dampeners is lose. open machine and check all four of them.
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there are struts on the bottom of the drum and springs on top. may try replacing these but I think if you level it well and make sure the feet are tightened down well it should stay quiet. it the feet are not tightened well they will vibrate and come out of adjustment
first make sure the shipping bolts were removed from the machine, then make sure it is level, then if it still shakes, take your fist and hit it on your head... jk, if you have it on a wood floor, or your floor isnt 100% sturdy, you cant do anything about it besides using anti vibration pads. they wont do that much tho.
a large load will sometimes get out of the top of the tub and cause the lid switch mounts to break and then the unit wont spin or drain. just look under the top and if you see the lid switch just hanging or not in the right place then replace the lid switch.
if this washer is trying to spin when you put it on a wash cycle at the beginning and it trys a fast spin then you have a timer fault m8 if on the other hand its working fine through the wash cycle and not doing the spin properly then it has to be your belt isnt tight enough if your cab=rbon brushs are fine m8