As household appliances are used more and more frequently, people are becoming more and more dependable on them in daily life. As one of the important members of home appliances, washer dryers play a very important role in our lives. However, in the process of use, the noise always appears in our ears. The public is paying more and more attention to the mute effect of washer dryer products. How to solve the noise problem of washer dryer?
First of all, we need to know the main reasons for the noise of the washer dryer. Aside from the design and quality problems of the product itself, the noise of the washer dryer is related to nothing more than the following reasons:
(1) The installation of the washer dryer is uneven.
(2) The motor bearing or drive shaft and bearing are seriously worn or broken.
(3) The belt of the drum is too tight.
(4) The deformation of the impeller and the friction at the bottom of the wash bucket.
(5) The dehydration bucket touches the outer box.
(6) The sealing ring on the drive shaft is too tight.
(7) The balance boom of the fully automatic washer dryer is out of balance, etc.
When washing, the machine makes a "popping" sounds. The fault is mostly due to the collision between the wash bucket and the shell, or the uneven ground on which the washer dryer is placed, or the four feet in bad contact with the ground. At this time, it is necessary to adjust the center of gravity of the washer dryer, place it smoothly, or place appropriate pads on the four foot pads.
When washing, the impeller makes a "clucking" rubbing sound. When overhauling, only put water in without putting clothes together for inspetion. At this time, if there is still a "clucking" friction sound when the impeller rotates, it means that it is caused by friction with the bottom of the wash bucket when the impeller rotates. If you put clothes in again, the noise will be louder. The cause of the fault may be that the impeller screw is loose. Remove the impeller first and then add a gasket of appropriate thickness to the bottom end of the shaft to increase the gap between the impeller and the bottom of the bucket, so as to eliminate collision or friction between the two. If the outer ring of the impeller rubs the wash bucket, the impeller should be removed and refitted before being installed. When the washer dryer motor turns, the rotating belt makes a "crackling" sound. The fault is caused by a slack drive belt. During maintenance, loosen the fastening screws of the motor base, turn the motor away from the impeller shaft to tighten the transmission belt, and then tighten the fastening screws of the machine base.