Question about Washing Machines
When the barrel is spining making grounding noses ,its like somthin is fallin inside and when is spining it makes a big noise
Posted by Anonymous on
ariston washing machine drum bearing noise
How To Replace Ariston Washing Machine Bearings
How To Replace Ariston Washing Machine Bearings
Posted on Aug 30, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Spin Shake is usually contributed to a weak floor support condition. Also, carpeting under the leveling legs can cause a "spongey" effect, which can produce the shakes. Prolonged shaking can cause parts to loosen and make noise.Firstly, we must determine what loosened up from all the shaking.
Remove the front panel by removing the 2-5/16" screws located at the bottom front. Pull out at the bottom to release the top retainer clips, and set aside.
Warning! Never reach inside the machine while it is in operation!
Investigate the cause of the noise by setting the washer to spin, and turn on. Inspect all moving parts for possible wear or breakage. Next, stop the machine and inspect for loose or worn suspension parts, nuts, bolts, struts, hoses banging the cabinet, etc. A protective motor cover can cause noise, or a belt slapping the base mount. Once you have conquered your noise issue, then we will have to eliminate the shakes, provided, what you repaired wasn't the cause...and usually isn't.
Carpeting under the leveling legs should be removed or cut away.
If other items in and around the laundry room shake, then you will need to add support to your floor joists. Shim the floor from under the house while the washer is spinning for best results.
Your installation instruction manual should tell how level the washer properly, after you have added support to your floor.
Good Luck! Post me back if can be of more assistance.
Dave E. (Illeagle)
Posted on Jun 06, 2008
i had the same problem. try emptying the little chamber at the bottome front of maching. there might be something in there. then have a look at the little grey fan thing. give it a push. if it springs back it is working if not it is broke. tip the machine on its side and undown the filter part. ordr this section online. it is easy to replace. i done it myself. Lu
Posted on Sep 26, 2008
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Posted on Oct 04, 2008
About 76 cents worth.
We have had this machine for about 18 months with one
service call which involved the pump being replaced. Of
course that didn't fix the noise problem.
There are two tabs in the front of the washer that have to be
pushed in for the lid to be raised. There is a plastic shroud
around the top of the drum that comes off by snapping the tabs
and disconnecting one hose. In the center of the drum at the
bottom is a plastic cover plate over the bolt that secures the
drum to the drive shaft. Pop that off with a screwdriver and
remove the bolt with a 7/16 " socket and rachet. Grab the
drum under the lip at the top and pull it out of the washing
machine. Maybe you'll find enough change to buy a coffee.
There is also a plate held by two 1/4" screws at the back.
You might remove those screws and see if there is any more
Hope this works for you.
Posted on Mar 04, 2009
Believe it or not.....its almost always the cloths ( heavy blankets) that one places inside.
TRY:: In the spin cycle if the load is unbalanced the TUB will rock and make that "loose drum out of alignment" noise. STOP the machine and open the door ( IF IT IS A TOP LOADER ) realign the cloths (heavy or more then one blanket) so that it is EVENLY spaced through out the tub.Start the machine again.If it does it again, stop the machine and REALIGN the cloths (blanket !!) again.
p.s. there is a simpler way of doing it but I don't want you to loose your hand in the process.
Posted on Aug 31, 2009
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Sep 03, 2011 | Ariston Technologies Dishwashers
When my washer did that, I found that the shocks that hold the tub were bad...
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Feb 18, 2011 | Kenmore 44042 Front Load Washer
Welcome to FixYa
What is this
noise about, is it coming from the rear or bottom or from the control of the
unit? If it comes from the control then it is the electronic board also known
as the main board that is bad, if it comes from the bottom of the unit then it
is the motor that needs to be checked and if it is a loud noise then it might
be bearings that might have gone bad and needs replacement. Please get back to
me if you have any other questions.
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