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Re: very noisy machine
You can remove it by yourself.
Disconnect machine power cable !!!
Open washer's main access panel and then remove the pipe connected between the pump and the bottom of the outer tub. Open it first on the pump side and if you will not find there the bra bone, remove the large-diameter rubber hose that connects the bottom of the tub. keep a rag nearby to dry up spillage of water when removing the rubber host.
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Hello what you will need to do is switch the machine off and open the door make sure it’s empty very carefully with your hand very slowly you don’t want to cut your self very slowly in till you feel something sharp or it could be a bra Bone do it make any nosies when it’s washing or spinning if you get a old cloth and like your going to wipe the drum in side if the cloth get court any where that’s why your clothes are getting holes if when you have gone round the in tire drum and you can’t find any thing it could be your putting too many clothes in the drum but most times it could be a bra bone stuck between the Elerment and sticking out of the drum get a torch Most times you can see if any thing is between the drum and outer drum any problems message me back ok
Hi, thanks for using FixYa.com! I suspect there is something caught down in the blower wheel. To access, remove front panel by inserting a putty knife between the lower panel and upper panel about 2" in from each side. Depress clips and pull top of lower panel down, pull panel off and set aside. Remove lint filter and then remove the two 1/4" screws from each side of the metal filter housing. Remove housing to access blower wheel and remove any foreign objects, likely to be an underwire from a bra...most common!
If you cannot here it catching, then leave well alone, if it is still catching, then you could to try to locate it by removing the lower rear cover of washer, remove the large black hose on bottom of drum, and see if you can locate it from the bottom of the drum.
Hope this helps.
you either have a blockage in the filter or you pump is not working.
how to check is diconnect the waste pipe and lower it to ground level if the water does not empty then its a blockage. if it empties then its the pump.
other things it can be is a blockage where the waste pipe is connected or a loose wire to the pump..
It is probably between the clothes tub and the outer tub. To remove it from the outer tub port, open the washer's main access panel and remove the large-diameter rubber hose that connects the pump to the bottom of the outer tub and try to remove the clothing through the port.