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GE thats rare///Is the unit solid frount to back corner to corner can;t be any movement there at all///more inportant to be solid then level grab corner of machine and see if there is any movement from rear corner left to front corner right and then the other side also are the shipping bolts and spacers 4 removed from the rear of unit..hope this helped.....good luck if I helped you please vote
Place a load in the machine use a good level to get machine perfectly level. Now put machine on spin and check the feet. Find the one that is not solid and slowly adjust it until it stops shaking. PS place level on flat top surface and level side to side and front to back.
It could be a few different issues. Check to be sure your washer leveling legs are set correctly. Also many newer washing machines have what they call shocks, stabilizing struts. Those can fail over time and cause your machine to be off balance and walk the floor/vibrate. When is the machine nosey? If when its filling with water it could be a water inlet valve. Or during the spin cycle it could be a drum roller, belt, pulley, Or top bearing glides to name a few things.
due to weight and normal motion during wash/spin a very sturdy floor is necessary under front loads also some floors are a little slick and sliding may occur ck for weak floor and maybe some kind ok rough cushion under feet to reduce sliding also if on pedistals even more vibration may occur be sure all screws in pedistal are secure usually 4 from top onto bottom of washer also adj legs to lower unit as close to floor as possible and tighten lock nuts
I just bought this washer and had two problems with it. 1 the vibration at medium spins and 2. a squeeking spring (every time the drum rotates a little squeek, but when spinning the squeek sounds constant.
What I discover in solving both my problems with the same solution. I had to ensure all 4 feet well on the ground and that the top of the washer was perfectly level. At one time I was out only about 2 mm on one side, but the bubble was slightly to one side on the level but still in between the level's markers. I tested with a load, and both problems were still there. Turn feet 1/2 turn on the side needing adjusting. Ran another load and you guessed it, no squeak, no vibration, spinning was quiet, I had to go over to check to see if the machine was going through the cycles. I couldn't believe that a few millimeters could make such a difference.
Now I am pleased with the performance, not to mention how clean the clothes are and the savings on water and drying.
1. Check all the filtration system...ie pump and all hose's and connetions there after...one of the most common is a coin where the drain hose connects to the back of the machine.
2. Age of the machine could mean the suspension is getting soft...only fix is 4 new suspention rods.
3. Balance switch Adjustment..most modern washers do not have this thou...not sure for your model