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<*iv align="left">Al Forsan Abu Dhabi Washing Machine Repair



A shaking washing machine can be quite concerning. It may feel like the floor is about to collapse un*erneath your machine, an* the soun* can make it seem like the entire buil*ing is falling apart. Fear not! The o**s are high that your clothes aren't evenly *istribute* insi*e your *rum. Outsi*e of an improperly-loa*e* machine, the most common source of a shaking washer is that the legs are not level, which is an incre*ibly easy fix. If it won't stop shaking after you've levele* it, you may want to replace the shock absorbers, which can be a tougher fix for a non-professional. If you ever run into a problem that you can't solve, consult a repair company to see if they can solve the issue. [فقط الأعضاء المسجلين والمفعلين يمكنهم رؤية الوصلات . إضغط هنا للتسجيل]





Performing Quick Fixes

  1. Move your clothes aroun* in the mi**le of a spin cycle. If your washer starts shaking *uring the spin cycle, pause the washing machine. Open the *oor to inspect the arrangement of your clothes. If there is an uneven pile, your *rum may have simply bun*le* your clothes into an uneven ball. Sprea* your clothes out an* resume your spin cycle.
    • If your washer continues to shake, remove some of your clothes. You may have simply overloa*e* it.
    • If your washer consistently causes your clothes to bun*le together into an uneven ball, the *rum is probably absorbing weight unevenly because it isn't level.


  1. Use smaller loa*s of clothes when filling your washing machine. You may be filling the *rum with too many clothes when you use your washer, even if it *oesn't seem like it. Only a** clothes until the *rum is half-full so that the clothes have room to move when the *rum spins. For a front-loa*ing machine, pile your clothes up higher towar*s the back of the *rum an* avoi* leaving them near the *oor.
    • Overfilling your machine will also keep your clothes from getting a*equately clean.
Tip: Front-loa*ing machines have a tougher time *istributing clothes evenly as the *rum spins. Top-loa*ing machines can typically han*le more clothing. If you're in the market for a new washer, opt for a top-loa*ing machine if you can.

  1. Try rocking the machine when it isn't running to see if it tilts an* move it. To see if your washer isn't level, put both han*s on the top of your washer. Try pushing it si*e-to-si*e. If it wobbles or gives at all, your machine isn't level an* the vibration from the *rum is making the legs bang repeate*ly into the floor. Fin* a more even section of flooring an* move the washer to see if the problem stops.
    • If your *ryer is unlevel too, then it's probably your floor's fault. Try fin*ing a flatter area of your home to set the machines or sli*e a sheet of plywoo* un*erneath them.

  1. Look for shipping bolts on the back an* bottom of a new washer. Open a front-loa*ing washer an* try to press the bottom of the *rum *own. If it *oesn't move at all, the *elivery or installation crew probably forgot to remove the shipping bolts. Turn your washer on to its si*e. Look un*erneath the machine an* behin* it for plastic clamps that are shove* over the openings or bolts.
    • The shipping bolts ensure that your *rum *oesn't move *uring *elivery an* installation. They will cause a machine to shake if they're left in.
    • Depen*ing on the make an* mo*el of your machine, the shipping bolts may be hi*ing behin* the back panel. If your back panel simply sli*es out, lift it up to see if there are any plastic pieces latche* to your *rum.

  1. Remove the shipping bolts by han* or with a wrench. Remove the shipping bolts by squeezing the han*le an* pulling them. If the bolts are screwe* into a panel, place a wrench over the bolt an* turn it counterclockwise to loosen an* remove them. Sometimes, you can simply unscrew the bolts by han*.
    • The shipping bolts are usually brightly-colore* so that they're easy to notice. They also ten* to be ma*e from a cheap plastic. They shoul* look really out of place on your machine. [فقط الأعضاء المسجلين والمفعلين يمكنهم رؤية الوصلات . إضغط هنا للتسجيل]

Levelling a Washer
  1. Place a spirit level on top of your washer near the front. Take a spirit level an* place it on the top of your washing machine along the front en*. Check to see which si*e is tilting up by looking at the bubble in the mi**le of your level. The si*e that the bubble is leaning towar*s is higher than the other si*e
    • Newer machines typically *on't have a*justable legs in the back.
    • It is better to raise a leg than lower one, so a*just the leg that is too high.

  1. Lift the washer an* put a block of woo* un*er the bottom of the front. Shut the water lines an* turn the electricity off by unplugging your machine. Pull your machine 2-3 feet (0.61-0.91 m) away from any walls. Tilt the machine so that the front legs lift off of the floor an* the sli*e a block of woo* un*er the front of the machine. Let your machine back *own slowly so that it rests on the block.
    • If your machine isn't stable as it rests on the block, a** another block next to your first block to *istribute the weight more evenly.
    • You can use a brick or other soli* object if you *on't have a block of woo*.

  1. Turn the bolts on the legs with a wrench to a*just the front legs. Start by a*justing the leg that is higher. Use a wrench or channel locks to loosen the bolt on the top of the leg by turning it counterclockwise. Then, turn the base of the leg clockwise to raise it by twisting it.

  1. Tighten the bolt above the base of the leg to lock it in place. Use channel locks or a wrench to turn the bolt near the top of the leg clockwise. Turn it until it is tight against the base of your machine. This will lock the leg an* keep it from moving when you lower it.
    • You can use trial an* error by lowering the legs an* checking the level again, or your can try to measure each leg with a measuring tape. You may not be able to visually *etermine if the legs are even.
Tip: Some newer machines *on't use a locking bolt. You simply a*just the leg by turning it an* you *on't nee* to worry about locking it.

  1. Lower your washing machine an* check the spirit level again. Sli*e the woo* block out an* slowly lower the machine back *own. Put your level back on top of your machine an* check the air bubble to see if it is level. If it is, try wobbling your machine again. If it *oesn't move, you've successfully levele* the machine. If it wobbles an* the front is level, you have to a*just the legs in the back

  1. Place the level on the control panel at the back to check the back legs. Most mo*ern washing machines have self-leveling legs in the back an* you won't nee* to a*just them. If your machine is more than 10 years ol* though, this may not be the case. Place your level flat on top of the control panel near the back of the machine. If the bubble is centere*, your back legs *o not nee* to be rea*juste*.
    • If the back legs are level, tap each leg in the back 2-3 times with your wrench or channel locks. There may be a little rust or *irt stuck in the self-leveling joint.
    • If your control panel is roun* on top or set at an angle, place your level *irectly in front of it.

  1. Use the same process you use* with the front legs to a*just the back legs. Use the level to *etermine which leg is higher. Lift the machine up a little bit an* sli*e a piece of woo* un*erneath. A*just the higher leg in the back to make it lower using the same bolt an* tools that you use* on the front.

  1. Tap the self-leveling support if the rear legs aren't a*justable. If you tilt your machine an* *iscover that your back legs are in*ee* self-a*justing, lint an* rust may have built up on the rear legs to keep them from moving. Tap the expose* legs lightly with the back of your wrench or channel locks to shake the rust an* *irt off
    • You can also spray the legs with a little bit of machine or hinge lubricant. Wipe off the excess lubricant after you've applie* it to the leg near the connection to the frame.

  1. Lower the machine an* try running an empty cycle. Remove the woo*en block an* lower your machine back *own. Sli*e the machine back into place an* run the machine while it's empty. If the machine *oesn't shake, you've successfully levelle* it. If it continues to shake, you probably nee* to replace the shock absorbers.

Replacing the Shock Absorbers
  1. Or*er replacement shock absorbers from your machine's manufacturer. Use the mo*el number an* bran* liste* on your machine to *etermine what kin* of washing machine you're using. Contact your manufacturer an* or*er some replacement shock absorbers.
    • The shock absorbers are small coils or pistons that absorb the vibration from your *rum when it's spinning. They also connect the *rum to the frame of the machine. There are either 2, 4, or 5 of them *epen*ing on your mo*el.
    • The mo*el an* bran* are usually liste* on the front, but they may be printe* on a metal plate on the back of the machine or insi*e of the *oor.
    • Some newer mo*els require a professional to install new shock absorbers. Rea* your machine's manual to see if you can take the front panel off to access the shock absorbers. [فقط الأعضاء المسجلين والمفعلين يمكنهم رؤية الوصلات . إضغط هنا للتسجيل]

  1. Disconnect the water an* turn off the electricity. Fin* the supply lines for col* an* hot water on the back of your machine. Twist the valve on each line so that it is close*. Turn the electricity for your machine off by unplugging it.
    • The water lines are usually thin an* ma*e of rubber. They often have a blue an* re* valve on top of them near the connection to the frame.

  1. Remove the front panel for a front-loa* washer. Ask your manufacturer or consult your machine's manual to *etermine how to remove your front panel. Usually this involves removing the rubber seal aroun* your *rum an* unscrewing several screws un*er the panel before lifting it up.
    • Remove the bottom panel on a top-loa* washer. You'll have to tilt the machine on its si*e to *o this. Keep the case from getting scratche* by laying a rug or towel out before *oing this.
Tip: If your remove the bottom panel on a top-loa* washer an* see a spring rolling aroun*, your suspension ro* fell off. Hook it back into the center of your *rum an* put the machine back. This was causing the noise an* shaking.

  1. Unscrew the shock absorbers with a wrench or channel locks. Fin* the shock absorbers by looking for ro*s connecting the *rum to the frame. Unscrew the bolts connecting each ro* to the *rum an* frame. Remove your ro*s an* set them asi*e. They may not appear to be broken, but the inner coil in one of these absorbers may be broken.
    • Some shock absorbers have pins locking them to the *rum an* the frame. If any of the pins fell out, simply sli*e them back in. This was probably the cause of your shaking.
    • If you have 5 absorbers, 1 of them is probably in the back. You may not be able to reach this piece without professional assistance.

  1. Insert your new shock absorbers an* tighten them. Put your replacement parts in the correspon*ing locations. Screw each one into place by tightening the bolt after you've sli* it on to the threa*ing. Tighten the bolts with your wrench or channel locks by turning each one clockwise until it won't turn anymore

  1. Reinstall the panels an* run a test wash. Put your panel back an* screw in the correspon*ing screws. Put the rubber seal back an* open your water lines. Plug the machine in an* set it to run a basic wash cycle. If you hear rattling insi*e the machine, you probably misse* a bolt for a shock absorber. If the machine still wobbles but *oesn't rattle, you probably nee* to replace the *rum.
    • Replacing the *rum in a washing machine is often not worth it, an* you shoul* consult a washing machine repair company to *etermine the price of the repair. It is not typically a problem that a non-professional can solve.







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