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I have hotpoint washer/Dryer  it has a hell of a noise you can’t here yourself speak l

i have replaced a broken concrete block,Both shock absorbers 

the bearing are perfect 

any ideas please thanks for reading 

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Hello Grahams. It looks like you've covered most of the main causes of noisy washing machines - especially a very loud noise. Unfortunately I can't guess at anything because you haven't described the noise (although it's difficult to describe noises accurately). The only thing I can suggest is to painstakingly go through all of the possible causes in my two articles on the subject staring here - Washing Machine is noisy


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Hi Andy

i have read them so I am going to check some out

my model number AQM8d69I

IF IT IS THE bearings can they be replaced 

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Hello. If it's drum bearings it should be obvious if you spin the drum by hand with the belt taken off. It should rumble. I would advise against trying to replace drum bearings. Too big  a job, too many potential complications such as finding drum shaft or spider damaged and bearings seized in drum and won't come out - plus most modern washing machines only have complete drums available with bearings already fitted at great expense. You'd have to put your model into a spares site to see if they are available.


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