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Knoking nosie when spinning


First check for an imbalanced load.
If it's a front-load washer please ask again. If it's a top load washer I suspect you've had multiple loads and it almost always knocks. It's most likely one of the springs is no longer in place or possibly broken. (The spring can jump out of place when a very imbalanced load is run.) The drum usually sits on 3 or 4 springs evenly spaced around it, when one is no longer connected the drum leans to that side and knocks against that side as it spins.
Make sure the washer is empty of clothes and water.
Unplug the washer.
Remove the front panel or back panel if the front is not removable. Depending on the model you may have to open the top shell too.
Reconnect the spring that's out, using the others as a reference.
You may find a small bottle jack handy for lifting the drum as you try to get the spring back in place.

Aug 07, 2016 | Washing Machines

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4d56 deisel engine, after opening the engine, good idle but when i accelerate knoking sound appear


Not sure what you mean by opening the engine.

The combustion process of a diesel is not the smooth burn and increase in pressure of a petrol engine but is virtually an explosion causing a sudden rise in cylinder pressure. This is the source of the typical diesel knock and is more pronounced in some engines and some injection systems, especially when accelerating. It can be scary for those unfamiliar.
Electronic control tends to soften the noise.

Knocking might be the result of a mechanical problem (piston, connecting rod bearings, etc.) but if these things have been eliminated other causes of excess knocking can be excessive injection timing advance, dribbling injectors, bad spray patterns...

Jun 19, 2016 | Cars & Trucks

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Engine knoking and heat


Check you Bore piston.
Have you been using your bike with low oil, then check your bore immeiatly and refill oil

Apr 05, 2014 | Bajaj Discover DTS-I Motorcycles

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Motor knoking when oil light comes on


Check the oil pressure with a mechanical gauge, I think you have a low oil pressure

Mar 30, 2013 | 1999 Mercury Sable

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Power surge knoked out pic.


Get the set diagnosed before shelling out money for a new power supply. I've seen many cases where a power surge takes out multiple boards.

Oct 28, 2012 | Sanyo Televison & Video

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Knoking sound wile driveing it comes and goes


is it more from the front or back of the car ?? over bumps ?? while acelerating or braking ??

on the top of the front struts there's a rubber bushing called the "upper strut mount" this is a commonly replaced item. Also the sway bar bushings are frequently replaced. or, it could be something totally different..... gremlins ??

Dec 24, 2009 | 1999 Volkswagen Cabrio

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Kenmore top load washer jumps around


don,t over loaded and make it balance the clothes inside so that it will not shake, jump or knoking hard ok

Aug 30, 2009 | Kenmore 22932 Top Load Washer

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1997 pontiac grand am knoking topside, ajusted valves, replaced fuil filter, fuuil regulater, intake gasket, cleaned injecters,what eilths could it be?


If im correct i beleive those engines have hydraulic lifters in them. Thats probably whats making the noise. it's useless to replace them. It's not gonna affect your engines performance. just let it knock

Oct 08, 2008 | 1997 Pontiac Grand Am

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