I never thought of it as a plane taking off. It does sound as metal grinding on metal and very loud. After fiddling with the dial and finding later spots at the end of the spin (after the rinse) cycle, it eventually spins without the noise and the clothes are dry enough for the dryer. But all this does not allow it to spin enough to wash properly. Just a quick soaking and quick spin dry. Not a complete wash and spin dry.
The expert dropped my chat before I could reply. He did not carefully read what I said in the first place --- there ARE points in the spin cycle that if I put the pointer dial at the right spots, it WILL spin without the noise. But there is no way I can get a complete wash at all. The expert just assumed the squeal was at all points of the spin settings.
I don't feel that he can be completely correct if he does not consider all my information. Too quick to assume he has the answer without reading all the information. Not satisfied.
ok. the bearing is usually out, but sometimes it works?
ok. I accept the information. Thanks.
so, basically is is going out and almost gone.
It is in another room. what do you wish me to do?
ok. I will check.
Sorry. The panel didn't come off. Rather than keep you online so long. Later - if there is oil, then bad and get a different machine.
If no oil, then still the bearing, or any other possibilies?
ok. Thanks, Jon. You did a good job. Have a nice night. Bye.