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My washer vibrates so much it actually moves the appliance. Yes, it is level. I also took the clothes out of the washer and tried the spin cycle with out clothes in it and it still vibrates.

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If you call LG they actually have some rubber pads to go under the unit to stop it from sliding and it also helps with the vibrations. Part number is 4620ER4002B.
I know of people who have also gotten a thick rubber mat, stal mat, and put it under the unit. They claim that it works wonderfully.

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Posted on May 31, 2008

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Good Afternoon Carrie,

I understand that you are hearing a loud noise in the spin cycle as well as water leaking from your Frigidaire washer, model# GLTF1040AS0.

You will commonly hear a high pitched "jet engine" noise during the spin cycle. If you are hearing a vibrating noise, it could be your washer is not resting firmly on the floor. With this you will adjust the leveling legs so the washer is level. If after leveling your washer you are still receiving a vibrating sound, you might want to redistribute the wash load inside your appliance.

If after you redistribute the wash load, you are still hearing a loud noise in the spin cycle, I suggest contacting a local authorized technician.

For the leak I recommend contacting a technician. This way they are able to find where the leak might be coming from and repair it before there is any damage done to your appliance. Hope this is helpful.

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Dear customer

Please perform the following checks

This may be a spin problem or a drain problem
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