A squeak in a machine machine usually comes from some foreign object rubbing along the metal snubber inside the drain pump, but you can fix this annoying problem simply by removing the pump and getting that intruder out of there. Enjoy a squeak-free washing machine thanks to this free video on washing machine repair.
Hello, this is Tyler with Appliance Service by Paul, located in Salt Lake City, Utah. We're going to walk you through the process of how to fix your washer that's squeaking. Okay, the most common reason your washer's going to squeak is going to be due to something in the drain pump, bobby pin, nail. In order to access the drain pump, you'll take the cover off, remove the two clips, remove the metal clamped hoses. Once those are removed, the drain pump will come off the motor shaft. You can then pull it out and look inside of here, and there's usually a bobby pin or a nail that's going to be rubbing along that metal snubber inside of there that causes the water to drain. So, we're going to reverse the steps and put the hoses back on. Make sure you're lining up the drain pump shaft with the motor shaft. Make sure you re-tighten the metal clamps, or it will leak all over your floor next time you use it. We're going to reattach the clamps to hold the drain pump in place. Again, this is Tyler with Appliance Service by Paul. We've just walked you through - again, this is Tyler with Appliance Service by Paul. We've just walked you through the proper steps of how to fix your washer that's squeaking.