It’s pretty unnerving to want to get a load of laundry done and be distracted by unusual noises coming from the laundry room. If your GE washer is loud during spin cycle, there are a few reasons this could be happening.
GE Washer is Loud During Spin Cycle? This Could Be Why.
Check these 4 possible reasons why your GE washer is loud during spin cycle.
Washer Unbalanced or Overloaded
Washing machine making loud banging noise on spin cycle? This is not uncommon with top load washers. You may have laundry that is heavier inside the washer on one side than the other. If this happens, simply open the washer and adjust the load to rebalance the tub.
If you find your GE washer is loud during spin cycle, be careful to add laundry as evenly as possible to all areas of the tub to keep it balanced during the wash cycle.
Broken Drive Pulley
Washing machine making grinding noise during agitation? Check the drive pulley that the belt sits on to spin the wash tub. If the drive pulley is loose or worn out, it can cause a noisy racket and needs to be tightened or replaced.
Worn Out Drive Belt
Is your front load washer making noise during spin cycle? You may have a failing drive belt. The drive belt is used to connect the drive motor to the wash basket (front load) or transmission (top load) in your washer.
Inspect the drive belt to determine if it shows signs of wear and tear or no longer fits the tensioning device properly. If the drive belt is defective, replace it. Note: Refer to your owner’s manual to ensure your purchase the correct belt for your model.
Faulty Tub Bearing
Do you hear your GE washer banging during wash cycle? Annoying! The tub bearing helps to keep the inner tub spinning smoothly. If defective, repairing will require disassembling most of the washer. This is a good job for a professional repair technician.
We don’t like when a GE washer is loud during spin cycle. Call our friendly service technicians at Northeast Appliance Repair today to service your washer and make sure it runs quietly and efficiently.