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. Expert: Tyler Murphy Bio: Tyler Murphy works for Appliance Service by Paul, which is A+ RATED by the UTAH BBB Better Business Bureau. Filmmaker: Michael Burton Series Description: If your washing machine squeaks, fails to drain properly, or has parts requiring repair or replacement, these repair tips may save you a lot of money in getting the problem fixed. An appliance repair professional explains and demonstrates in this free video series.
Great video - Thanks! Concise yet very informative.
One of the most interesting and informative washer repairing videos I have ever watched!!
uhhh, make and model? Or will this apply to every single washing machine in existence?
Well they had the washer fully taken apart so not really. But thank you lol he could've just corrected himself at the end, was weird to repeat it
Pretty crummy tutorial all the way through. No how to disassemble the washer to get to the pump.
Very vague and not very helpful video. It didnt help me very much.
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If your washer is squeaking it’s most likely an Idler pulley/ idler roller or drive belt, not your drain pump 🤣 Where do they find these guys at? It’s embarrassing. If it was a humming noise and your washer was draining slow or not at all then yeah🤦🏾♂️🤣
Video needs to show how you get to this part he is showing!
What if the noise is while agitating?
or if it’s belt driven then check the belt ( looks like a belt from a car ) and check if it’s worn out or anything that looks like it’s not supposed to be then replace it
You didn’t show us how to takeoff the panels to get to the drain pump.
What if it’s not a Bobby pin or nail?😂. I can’t believe this video actually helped some people.
Next video, HoW to Edit You Tube videos.
There wasn’t a thing in there - waste of time...
Is it just me, or do technicians love working on Direct Drive machines more than any other machine?
What i needed to see, Thanks. For the people below that are complaining & don't know how to take the back of a washing machine off, Tyler would be happy to charge you $75 to do it......
What was in the rubber hose?
I don't even know how to get to that part he was removing, geez...
Thanks Tyler, with this video I was able to completely fix my washer. Don't know what the other people have a problem with here, it's not a full tear down on purpose.