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The Kenmore 110 Series is an easy to use home Washing machine created by Kenmore.

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Loud Noise During Spin Cycle

I know the question has been asked a few times on here before but every thread has a different answer.

During the spin cycle on my Kenmore 110 Washer the noise level increases but 75%+. I can also recreate the noise if I spin the tub by hand but it is significantly less quite because it is spinning a lot slower.

As for replacement part I am leaning towards either a Main Tub Bearing or Clutch.

Washer is loaded properly and is on a level floor.

Problem started a week maybe two ago.

Clothes seem to be just as dry after washing as prior to issue.

To me the sound seems more like worn bearings, low pitch with slight metallic sound.

Anyone else had this/similar issue, if so what did you replace to solve it? I would prefer to to have to chase the issue and replace multiple things for no reason until it stops.

Thanks

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Cause 1

Rear Drum with Bearing

The rear drum has a bearing or bearings in it to keep the inner tub spinning smoothly. If the tub bearing system is defective the washer can become very noisy. On some machines bearings are sold separately from the rear drum, however we recommend replacing both the outer drum and bearing as an assembly if the manufacturer offers the components together because removing and pressing in the new bearing can be exceptionally difficult. Be aware that replacing the outer tub and bearing is also not easy and can be very costly.

Cause 2

Bearing

The tub bearing is mounted in the middle of the outer tub. The tub bearing helps to keep the inner tub spinning smoothly. Replacing the tub bearing is a very involved repair and will require disassembling most of the washer. If the tub bearing is defective, we recommend replacing both the outer tub and bearing.

Cause 3

Tub Bearing

The tub bearing is mounted in the middle of the outer tub. The tub bearing helps to keep the inner tub spinning smoothly. Replacing the tub bearing is a very involved repair and will require disassembling most of the washer. If the tub bearing is defective, we recommend replacing both the outer tub and bearing as an assembly if the manufacturer offers the components together.

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