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Either the clothes aren't evenly distributed in the machine, the legs aren't adjusted properly and the machine isn't level, or if the machine is really badly vibrating there could be a broken wash bowl hanger/support inside of the machine (it would be very noisy and the wash bowl would twist even during a regular wash cycle)
First of all is your machine working or not?
If it is working and it's a front loading machine. The machine drum is hanging inside the machine using strong springs that helps it to reduce vibrations during washing and spin cycle.
When machine goes into spin(dry cycle), it usually shakes a little.
If its on a pedistal then that will raise your center of gravity and cause the unit to be less sturdy during a spin. It could also be due to a weak floor. You may want to try a product called "shake away pads". The probably sell them at like home depot or lowes. They will run you about 40 bucks but they just go under the legs and help absorb some shock. Good luck _MJ_
I assume you bought it new, so on that basis, did you remove the transit packing materials inside the machine ?
Front loading washing machine normal design is for the drum assembly to be supported by two or more springs at the top, and two dampers at the bottom. This allows the drum to move in a controlled fashion and also minimises vibration, particularly during spinning.
When the machines are shipped from the factory, transit packaging is put inside the machine to ensure that any shocks to the machine during transit dont damage the springs or dampers. This must be removed before use otherwise you get pretty much the symptoms you describe.
The manual that cam with it will show you how to remove the transit packaging. In such a short time I suspect you wont have suffered any damage, but take the transit packaging out as soon as possible.
very loud in spin cycle can mean a bad rear bearing, not something a homeowner would want to try to replace, parts would exceed 6-7 hundered dollars. you may have some extended part warr through the manufacture. still probly gonna be a 5 hundred when the labor is added in