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Not the ones I used to buy(specialized low-friction pads, I believe Thinkgeek used to carry them), but good in a pinch for replacements.
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Make sure the washer sits level on the floor and that the machine can't be rocked around due to uneven foot adjustment. The feet usually have rubber cups that cover the metal bottoms--one of the cups may be damaged or missing entirely. Hope this helps!
clicking noises are generally caused by loose parts (such as loose condenser coils or compressor "tubing rattle") or rollers and feet that sit unevenly on the floor. Look for any part that is loose. Then remove the bottom trim piece by lifting it off its supports, and check the feet at the front of the unit. If necessary, turn the adjustable feet up or down so they contact the floor squarely.
sounds like your "bias spring" has broken or fell off. This is located at about the 7:00 position under the top and attaches the tub to the drum supports and keeps the tub aligned. It is possible that you have a bad tub support as well, but less likely.
Hi Don't spank the kids but try this.The opposite side of the wheel is where the tab most likely will be after the screw is removed.There may be tabs on the sides.BE BRAVE and use a little force with plastic knife wedged at the points mentioned and lift the top cover over the wheel opening-note that at the wheel side there may be two prongs that fit into slots--so lift back side and pull out backwards the top half.Take your time and easy does it.Hope the place where the wheel sits is not broken You can do it Hope this helps Also while inside clean the places the ball makes contact-remove the dirt.--Jay