How do I know if bearings have gone on washing machine?

How do I know if bearings have gone on washing machine?

If your washing machine is noisy on spin, then this can be a symptom of drum bearing wear. A quick check for wear is to see if the inner drum moves up and down relative to the fixed outer drum. It should only move a small amount. If it moves more than a millimeter or two, it is probably worn bearings.

Why is my washer so loud when it spins?

A frequent cause of a noisy spin cycle is that the motor coupling, which connects the motor to the transmission, is worn out. These parts are used in some top-load washers. This causes the drive forks to make a rumbling noise against each other when the basket is spinning.

Why is my front load washer so loud on spin cycle?

When your front-loading Whirlpool washer makes loud noise when spinning, the first thing to check is the drive pulley. If you find your washer not spinning, the belt may be broken. If the drive pulley is at fault and you find your washer making loud noise during spin cycle, the pulley needs to be replaced.