The washing machine was appreciated by all housewives, because it helps to quickly and efficiently wash things. This household appliance can sometimes fail.
- Correctly adjusting the feet of the washing machine
- Drum overflow
- Filter clogged
Most often, it vibrates strongly, and can even “jump” or move around.
Such phenomena can be, even when the washing machine is set in level and on a flat floor. These problems can also occur with new household appliances.
Causes of vibration of the washing machine and methods for their solution.
Correctly adjusting the feet of the washing machine
During the spin cycle, the washing machine may move violently because its feet are not level.
To keep the washing machine level, you simply need to adjust the height of the legs so that the drum is parallel to the floor.
Be sure to adjust the legs, as this stabilizes the technique. To do this, you need to have a flat floor. The best surface option is a hard tile floor to avoid any movement of machinery.
This is another reason why the machine vibrates. Therefore, things in the drum must be put as much as it is written in the instruction manual.
To prevent the washing machine from jumping, do not wash blankets or carpets with other items because they are too heavy and large. It is best to wash them separately.
A pump filter clogged with dirt prevents water from draining into the sewer. This leaves some water in the drum. This can throw it off balance during the spin cycle and cause the equipment to move.
To prevent this from happening, simply clean the pump filter.