Question about Washing Machines
This definatley bearing trouble. its one where you can fix yourself ONLY if your willing to take up the whole day doing it..
The problem with bearings is that once you get to them, it can be tricky taking them out of the shaft because they can crack and leave the outer shell of the bearing in the machine.
if you wanna try it your self then i have a similar solution you can use posted for a wma. the only thing diffrence is that its easier than the wma..
just let me know if you need help
Posted on Aug 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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