How To Deal With Wobbly Washer
It’s rough to listen to the washing machine shake and wobble as its running. It sounds like it could explode any minute. If you are dealing with a washer, you can take care of it immediately in most cases. However, it is important that you call in the appliance repair technicians in San Diego County instead of trying to do it all on your own. Here’s how. Unbalanced Load: Sometimes the shaking and wobbling from your washer could be that the close are all leaning more on one side than the other. To fix this, simple turn the washer off and distribute the clothes more evenly inside the drum. Turn the machine back on and it should all be running smooth. Suspension Springs: The job of the suspension springs in a washer is to provide stabilization in the washer tub and help to absorb the vibrations while the machine is on spin cycle. When the washer is shaking during the spin cycle, your suspension springs could be the problem. These springs could break but you won’t know until you check. Remove the front panel of your washing machine and visually inspect the springs for breakage. Make sure they are attached at both ends securely. Also note any stretching of the springs as this could be a sign that they need to be replaced. Leveling Legs: Sometimes, the washer can get pushed around and unbalanced on the leveling legs. When this happens, you simply need to reach down and either unscrew or screw them in more. If they feel broken or if they are too worn, you will need to replace them. Shock Absorber: Shock absorbers are there to catch most of the vibrations radiating from the washer while it is throwing out all the water. When they become damaged, the sound is loud and can resemble clanging sounds. It will make you wonder if the washer is going to be okay to finish the cycle or not. When you hear this you can check to ensure that they are installed correctly by removing either the front panel or the rear panel, depending on your model. Check the absorbers to ensure that they are not damage and if they are, call a professional. You don’t want to listen to a machine wobble constantly every time you wash a load of laundry. Most of the time, it is easy to repair the problem and have silence once again. However, it is important to work with a professionally licensed, insured and bonded service so that you don’t stand liable in case of any mishap Contact us:

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