Almost certainly a loose belt. Swing it out, and look around the back, tip
it up and look under the machine.
Don't know what repair guys cost in your neighborhood. But I'd be tempted to
make some calls, adn see if you can get a repair guy out to replace the
Note: all new belts loosen up after the first several uses. Including auto
belts, washers, AC belts on large systems, etc. Please mentally figure on
having the repair guy come back after a dozen or so wash loads and retighten
the belt. This is a normal happening with new belts.
My personal washer is a Whirlpool which was here when I moved in, in 1994.
The motor was locked up, I had to bust it loose and oil it. And one m ore
oiling about three years ago. Hang onto the old machine, they were well made
Christopher A. Young
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