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Why is my washing machine having a seizure?

AdaXI · 41-45, T
When its finished I'd check the screw feet on the bottom...

The vibration of the machine often makes them move over time. If it's not the feet or overloading the machine then your washer might be on it's way out.
Sparklesatnite · 51-55, F
you may over loaded it with too much clothing or not enough water level or an uneven load in the machine .
ExtremeNext · 22-25, F
Your underpands had skid marks 😷
ExtremeNext · 22-25, F
@BeefySenpie I like g strings
@ExtremeNext Borat left an impression on you
ExtremeNext · 22-25, F
@BeefySenpie hot hot hot
cherokeepatti · 61-69, F
Out of balance, too heavy of a load on one-side and not enough on the other.
Becks048 · F
Overloaded it? Or something is too heavy,
Washing machine got a dream that BeefySenpie needs manicure & pedicure..
Goodlife · 26-30, M
Just enjoy it the way it is. 👌Sit on it and enjoy.It could be your best time of the days.
@Drumroll Your name aligns well with this question!
saymoi · M
It's a sign from GOD!!!!
BackyardShaman · 61-69, M
iamonfire696 · 36-40, F
Your load is unbalanced. Pause it and spread out your items and unpause.
@iamonfire696 I did that twice
iamonfire696 · 36-40, F
@BeefySenpie still unbalanced? Did you over load it?

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