Posted on: 22 May 2020
Your washing machine may not sound silent, but it shouldn't be clanging around or banging when it's running. If your machine is doing these things, there may be a problem. If your machine is banging, there may be something loose, and if you let it go, it could worsen and cause your machine to break even more. If your machine is making noise, you need to investigate the noise. Read on for tips to help you repair your washing machine.
Change The Size Of The Wash Load
If you run washing loads that are over-sized for your machine, they may cause your machine to jump around or bounce, which will make those loud noises. Even machines that say they are heavy-duty may not be up to the load you are trying to wash. Take some of the dirty clothing out of the washer and see if this helps. Continue removing clothing until the noise is gone. If this doesn't do the trick, you'll need to try something else.
Inspect The Wash Drum
The drum inside is what turns and moves your clothing around. If your machine is making noises while the wash drum is spinning, the drum may be loose. Sometimes, large loads will cause the drum to loosen. You may have lost a bolt or a nut over time. Remove the back panel of the washer machine and look at the nuts, screws or bolts holding your drum in place. If you have any missing, you'll need to replace them. If the drum itself is broken, you'll need to hire someone to replace the drum or you may need to replace the machine altogether. After you've replaced the missing bolts, screws or nuts in the drum, you need to replace the back of the washing machine and test the washer with a load in the machine.
Adjust The Feet
The feet at the bottom of the machine may have become uneven over time. Check to see if your washer is level and make any necessary adjustments to the feet of the washing machine. These can be adjusted by turning them either right or left to make them go up or down. Check that it is level. If your machine isn't level, it will cause the noise. Make the adjustments and test your machine.
If you have issues with your machine, whether it's banging around or doing something else it shouldn't be doing, call a washer repair service.Share