Washing machine is loud or noisy? This video provides information on how to troubleshoot a front-load washer that is making noise and the most likely defective parts associated with this problem.

Commonly replaced washer parts:

Tub bearing
Shock absorbers
Drive motor
Drain pump
Water inlet valve

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  1. I always do wet repairs on carpet with nothing under neath, glad to know I am just as good as a pro

  2. Mine is a Kenmore 736.40021900 and it runs so loud when the spin cycle is happening, I hope this is not expensive during the Stay home, Stay safe time.

  3. Hi! I have a samsung front load washer that makes a loud knocking sound on spin cycle… also not able to complete the spin cycle. Also produces a burnt plastic smell after spin. Bearings are good (i tried installing a new rear drum and the problem persisted). Spider arm is corroded but not completely broken yet. Shocks appear fine. Weights are tight. What else could i be missing? Thanks

  4. My candy alise washer-dryer has problems with main tub bearing.. the thing is for the life of me I can’t find the bearing online from the info that is in the manual and washer itself, I plan to take it apart and search for a bearing by picture and see if I can find it that way

  5. Hi, can you help me work out what is wrong with washing machine please. I have a video here that I would like to show you. Thank you

  6. This is the second result for “bubblewash noise”. It’s a Samsung. Drum had a noise while spinning. Using Drum clean seems to have fixed it.

  7. I have a Kenmore Elite HE3t washer that I purchased 2003. There was a banging noise at high speed so I checked you tube for an answer.
    So what I did was I replaced the rear tub fitted with new bearings. After putting it together and run a test, I still have the same problem. Does this mean that it wasn’t the right part that I replaced? Could it be just the shock absorbers or the spindle in the basket which I noticed with a little play? Need help in troubleshooting. It will be greatly appreciated Thank you

  8. Top reason why your front load washing machine is loud:
    You`re a dumb ass and you cant use it correctly.
    Hope this helped 🙂

  9. Yup, Defective Shock Absorbers is about to annoy me too hard with the Whirlpool AWM 6122 i have… I guess it can go for a few more years before the drum smashes itself into the panels and maybe causing the shock absorbers to break off making the drum not supported by them at all what will probably make the washing machine able to cause itself more damage and eventually break something else making it die by flooding… Good thing there is a new Siemens washing machine what does not have these problems!

  10. My Maytag front loading washing machine sometimes makes a loud squawking noise during wash cycle but not in spinning. What could cause this?

  11. The problem we have is that the door boot twisted somehow and now the door can’t shut properly. When it happened it shook the entire 1st floor of our apartment. Could anyone please give recommendations for how to fix this problem please?

  12. Hi good clear explanation , I have this problem with my machine , all working in good condition but no water intake . what could be the problem , your advice please ,,tks

  13. Top five reasons your front load washer is making a loud noise:

    1] It is a residential front load washer and by definition is designed to fail
    2] It has a die cast spider that is bolted to a SS drum. Galvanic corrosion WILL destroy it in a few years
    3] It is under engineered, over priced and has many hundreds of parts that love to fail
    4] It is a machine that cannot be reliable when built to a price point for residential use.
    5]It is not a top loader by Speed Queen or a $300 Whirlpool. See # 1 again

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