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Old September 24th, 2011, 08:52 AM
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Default Kenmore Series 80

Kenmore Model 80
Mod 110.21892 ooo
ser. CL0703421

The tub is out of balance...I think. When the washer goes into spin cycle, their is a wobble noise like the tub is out of balance. The heavier the load (like towels) the louder the noise. What is wrong and how to fix it?
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Old September 24th, 2011, 06:49 PM
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Hi,

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110.21892 ooo
That is likely 110.21892000

A Whirlpool built Kenmore, direct drive style.

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The tub is out of balance...I think. When the washer goes into spin cycle, their is a wobble noise like the tub is out of balance.
Is this a new occurance, been doing it a while, machine was moved recently, on a wood floor, cement floor?

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The heavier the load (like towels) the louder the noise
Make sure the tub nut is not loose allowing the inner wah basket to wobble.

A copy:
EXCESSIVE VIBRATION OR MACHINE WALKS.
Not level.
Front leveling leg locknuts not tight.
Weak floor.- Try it on a concrete slab
Unbalanced load.
Shipping pins still in shipping location. (not dropped into retaining cups)
Rear leveling legs stuck.
Rear cabinet sides loose.
Suspension plate pads worn - Replace Suspension Plate & Base Pads
Suspension springs missing, broken or not connected.
Basket ballast missing (Salt water in plastic inner tub ring leaked out, ring is located around top of inner tub, usually brown in color).- Check for sloshing water sounds as tub stops from spinning

http://www.applianceaid.com/suspention.html
Some wobble info.

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