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To help you further, people need to know the make and model, as they differ from one unit to another.
If less than month, surely it still has a guarantee?
Otherwise ask the friendly sales staff at the store where it was bought - it may just be operator error.
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Hello, as far as your unit makeing a high pitched squeaking noise you would have to remove the top panel of the machine by unscrewing the 2-3 screws along the back upper part of the machine. You would then slide the panel towards the rear of the machine and then remove the panel from the machine. After you did this you would then run the machine and try to distinguish if the noise was being made from the main bearing in the unit which holds the inner and outter tub together. Or if the noise were coming from the motor in the unit. Most of the time when someone does describe a high pitched noise that is described like a jet taking off when the unit goes into the spin cycle this would tend to point towards a main bearing issue with the unit. To replace a main bearing in a washer is a very costly and long proces if done by a technician and most do decide not to fix the unit due to this. On the other hand if it were a motor noise that you were hearing or a pulley noise which on some is located on the back of the tub these are much less costly repairs as well as less time consuming. If you have any other questions message me back. I await your reply Thank you, Rick
Most times a humming noise in a Plasma tv is associated with high altitude. If you live over 3500 ft. and when you first turn on the unit is has a slight buzz and it gets worse as it warms up then you have what is referred to as high altitude sickness. You shoul contact the manufacture with this problem and the should exchange the unit with one tested for proper operation at high altitude. If you do not live at high altitude then there is a problem in the unit that should be diagnosed.