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noisey washing mashine!

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I have a mashing machine, its only a year old and its supposed to be super silent but it makes a hell of a racket, is there anything i can do to quieten it down? Read More
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
I have a mashing machine, its only a year old and its supposed to be super silent but it makes a hell of a racket, is there anything i can do to quieten it down?
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7y, 9m agoPosted 7 years, 9 months ago
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#1
has it always been noisy or just started? could it have moved and be knocking cupboards? may have moved a bit and now not level?
banned#2
open it up and take a look!
#3
Is it slotted in between two units? If so make sure it hasn't moved and rattling of the units.
#4
lprangle21
has it always been noisy or just started? could it have moved and be knocking cupboards? may have moved a bit and now not level?


allways been noisy. its not touching anything or moving?:thinking:
#5
If the surface is uneven that it is standing on, it unbalances it and can be noisy
#6
kapows
open it up and take a look!


at what? it only makes a noise when its on and i dont think your supposed to open them when there on.
banned#7
rockerfella20
at what? it only makes a noise when its on and i dont think your supposed to open them when there on.


what do you mean at what?

obviously you switch the appliance off and unplug and it and take a look inside. it isnt going to make a noise if it is off now is it? :roll:

maybe the motor has lodged away from the bracket that holds it or the weight inside the machine has moved slightly.

if you do not know what you are doing...

go to a search engine and look for forums which specialise with this product or call an engineer out to take a look. ==
#8
jeany123
If the surface is uneven that it is standing on, it unbalances it and can be noisy


its tiles, maybe one of the legs isnt down enough? i will have a peep when its finished...
banned#9
rockerfella20
its tiles, maybe one of the legs isnt down enough? i will have a peep when its finished...


let us know if this was the prob
#10
rockerfella20
at what? it only makes a noise when its on and i dont think your supposed to open them when there on.


lol. did you remove the transport screws when you got it?
#11
Pull the plug out
#12
My washing machine becomes noisy during the spinning process.
This problem can occur when the washing machine stands on an uneven surface. If so, adjust the legs of your washing machine. If the clothes are not loaded properly into the tub, the washing machine can become noisy. If so, turn off the washing machine and spread the clothes properly on the tub before resuming the wash.

sorry just found this but you are already going to check it
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jeany123
My washing machine becomes noisy during the spinning process.
This problem can occur when the washing machine stands on an uneven surface. If so, adjust the legs of your washing machine. If the clothes are not loaded properly into the tub, the washing machine can become noisy. If so, turn off the washing machine and spread the clothes properly on the tub before resuming the wash.

sorry just found this but you are already going to check it


What's this "the jeany technical department"[B] Lol
#14
renown
What's this "the jeany technical department"[B] Lol


No the Google technical department I have cured noisy washers before though:-D
banned#15
jeany123
No the Google technical department I have cured noisy washers before though:-D


lol maneater ^^
#16
kapows
lol maneater ^^


I'm innocent:oops:
#17
unplug it :thumbsup:
banned#18
jeany123
I'm innocent:oops:


yeah its the innocent ones ya gotta watch out for :whistling: :p :-D
#19
lprangle21
lol. did you remove the transport screws when you got it?


I was going to say this as we had a brand new washing machine that was also REALLY noisy and it turned out my OH and his mate hadnt removed them when the fitted it it really is worth checking that out as we removed them and problem solved!
#20
I think the transport screws will be out otherwise the machine wouldn't have been working for a year.
#21
hit it with a hammer :thumbsup:
if that fails, get a bigger hammer :thumbsup: HTH
#22
hamsterpig
I think the transport screws will be out otherwise the machine wouldn't have been working for a year.


most do work with transport screws in from my experience with them. had many washing machines returned to our store for being too noisy and 9/10 hadnt removed the screws.
#23
lprangle21
most do work with transport screws in from my experience with them. had many washing machines returned to our store for being too noisy and 9/10 hadnt removed the screws.


Learn something new every day :thumbsup: People are lucky then that they still work lol
banned#24
tell the mrs to stop sitting on top of it during the spin cycle?
#25
unscrew the legs at the front and make it steady/even or get some rubber feet
#26
Ours worked with the transport screws in too!
#27
The law is simple.
Any item you purchase has to be of merchantable quality and fit for purpose.
If you have had this machine for just over one year and I assume the "standard" guarantee of one year is up it makes no difference.
What make is it, make sure you are not doing anything stupid like overloading or operating it on an uneven floor.
Go back to the shop from where it was purchased and quote to them the law as stated above which is very clear.
Write an intellegent letter to the manufacturers Sales and Marketing Director laying out your complaint.
All of this information is contained within a copy of the Which magazine taht should be quite easy to get hold of if not contact your local Trading Standards Office with all the details and quote this message. Good Luck
#28
luminox
The law is simple.
Any item you purchase has to be of merchantable quality and fit for purpose.
If you have had this machine for just over one year and I assume the "standard" guarantee of one year is up it makes no difference.
What make is it, make sure you are not doing anything stupid like overloading or operating it on an uneven floor.
Go back to the shop from where it was purchased and quote to them the law as stated above which is very clear.
Write an intellegent letter to the manufacturers Sales and Marketing Director laying out your complaint.
All of this information is contained within a copy of the Which magazine taht should be quite easy to get hold of if not contact your local Trading Standards Office with all the details and quote this message. Good Luck


Yes but if it's just uneven floor it's not a fault with the washing machine
#29
did you take the secure bolts out teh back when it was delivered - stupid question but some people done know they are ther
#30
Buy a Miele
#31
put it in the garden, at the bottom
#32
dont leave us in suspence!!!! is it still noisy??????
banned#33
wife probably bunged him in the machine to shut him up
#34
lprangle21
dont leave us in suspence!!!! is it still noisy??????


ha. had bad day, havent been in long so havent achieved anything with the washer, will keep you posted!
#35
kapows
wife probably bunged him in the machine to shut him up


yeh she tried!

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