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The washing machine is filled with water, but it will not drain
Many homeowners have had the unpleasant experience of lifting the cap of a washing machine, only to discover clothes floating in a tub filled with murky gray water. If you pick up the machine early enough, the water is still hot or lukewarm.
The washer pump may be clogged with a cloth or some other washing-related item. Remove the water in the kitchen measuring cup, then unplug the appliance. Remove the screws on the front panel. Tilt the machine up and support the front of the machine in two by four or blocks for easy access. The pump housing in your machine may be easily visible, making it easy to assess if you have a clogging of the pump. If so, use pliers to gently loosen the blockage from the pump.
Alternatively, the stopper may be located in the corrugated tube that leads to the pump. Unscrew the tube. Place a bucket or box nearby, as this tube will fill with water. Drain the water. If the hose is clogged, it is usually at the end of the hose. Pull it out by hand or with pliers.

The washing machine is shaking, vibrating, or walking
When the washing machine is running, especially during the spin cycle, it may vibrate very much or vibrate, often to the point that the washing machine is walking. This may be evident if you have a high-efficiency machine, which has a faster spin cycle than top-loading machines. Treadmills are extremely dangerous because they can become detached from water lines or a drain line, or they may stress the power cord and cause an electrical fire.

Your device may need to be rebalanced. Use the bubble level to level the machine from side to side and front to back. Reset the machine level by turning the machine legs up or down. Unlike the dryer, which has only two front legs that can be adjusted, most washers have four adjustable feet.
With the washer and dryer assemblies assembled, the connecting belts may have loosened, causing the unit to vibrate violently. This can be a dangerous situation, as the dryer may fall off the washer. Fasten the connection belts or replace them if necessary.

The classic and most fixable cause of washing machine vibration is an unbalanced load. Drape long, heavy objects around the center stirrer so that they do not come together on one side. Move the larger items to the other side of the larger items evenly.
Consider purchasing an anti-vibration pad. Independent testing shows that the 3-inch thick pads do an excellent job of stopping vibration and vibration. While not inexpensive, anti-vibration pads can be a valuable tool for reducing the transmission of washer vibration to the floor of your home.
  Friday, February 12, 2021 at 10:10:04 AM

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