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DRUM OUT OFF BALANCE IN HI SPEED /ENTY OR FULL

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CHECK TO SEE IF A TUB SPRING IS OFF,SOME WASHER TUB SIT IN A V,PULL UP AND TURN TO SEE IF YOU CAN GET IT BACK IN THE V,ALSO MAKE SURE LEVEL AND YOUR CLOTHS ARE EVEN IN THE TUB,THANKS-MIKE

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Hi Joe
Check lower balance springs, remove front panel to view there are 6-8 of these, to gain access and remove the front cover, insert a knife or thin blade approx. 4" in the from each side in between the seam on the front panel, this will release the top cover clips and the top cover can be hinged up and back. undo the two top screws to remove the front panel. Also check drum is rotating at full speed when spinning, if not spinning at full speed check and replace drive belt.

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Check balance springs at the bottom of the tub/drum. To gain access and remove front panel insert a knife or thin blade approx. 4" in the from each side in between the front seam on the front panel, this will release the lid clips, lift and hinge back the lid panel, remove the two screws securing the front panel and remove, there are 6-8 springs at the bottom, check all are intact.
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Hi, Try these out:
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  2. Level the machine
  3. Inspect the water pump for a blockage
  4. Inspect the coupling
  5. Inspect the transmission
  6. Adjust the drive belt tension
  7. Check the motor bearings
  8. Check the drum brakes
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