Some old-fashioned washing machines may make a lot of noise during operation, which may have seriously affected our daily work and rest at this time. So what is the problem that causes the washing machine to make too much noise during operation? Is there any way for users to deal with such a problem? First, we need to find out what makes your washing machine "grumpy".
First of all, we need to make sure that the large washing machine is placed in a flat place. For example, the installation of the washing machine is uneven, the drum belt is too tight, the deformation of the pulsator and the friction at the bottom of the drum will make abnormal noises. If this is the case, we only need to move the washing machine and place it on a flat and hard ground. In addition, the washing machine can encounter foreign objects around it during dehydration and operation, and make loud noises through collision. At this time, we need to remove the foreign objects around the washing machine to solve the problem.
Unreasonable placement will make the washing machine make a lot of noise. When using a front-loading washing machine, the clothes should be placed in an appropriate amount, neither too much nor too little. Too much or too little will cause loud noise. In addition, when washing, you should also pay attention to placing the clothes evenly to avoid the fuselage shaking and making noise. The feet of the washing machine are not level and loose, which is also one of the common causes of noise. At this time, you can use both hands to press the two corners on the diagonal of the washing machine to check the feet and adjust the balance of the feet.
If the machine makes a "banging" sound when the washing machine is running, this problem is mostly due to the collision between the inner tub of the washing machine and the outer shell of the machine, or it may be that the washing machine is not placed flat or the four feet are not completely in contact with the ground. At this time, the center of gravity of the washing machine needs to be adjusted appropriately.
If the washing machine is running, the pulsator rotates and makes a "clucking" friction sound. During maintenance, you can fill in water but do not put clothes for inspection. At this time, if there is still friction sound when the pulsator is running, it means that the pulsator is rubbing against the bottom of the washing tub when it rotates. If you continue to put clothes in, the sound will be louder. The cause of the failure may be that the pulsator screw is loose, the pulsator can be removed, and then a gasket of appropriate thickness is added to the bottom end of the shaft to increase the clearance distance between the pulsator and the bottom of the barrel and eliminate the collision or friction between the two. If the outer ring of the pulsator is rubbing against the washing tub, the pulsator should be removed, and it can be installed after trimming.
If the running belt makes a "crack" sound when the motor is running. The reason for this is the long-term wear of the drive belt. During maintenance, loosen the fastening screws of the motor base, turn the motor in the opposite direction of the pulsator shaft to tighten the transmission belt, and then tighten the fastening screws of the machine base.