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Asko w6444 front loader drum vibrating quite loudly. Feet are level. Any suggestions.

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Check the 3 transit bolts on the backside of the machine. Should be removed. Could also be a problem with the balancing spring on the top of the drum, so the drum tilts a bit forward, and cause noise

Posted on Oct 15, 2013

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