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Eric is correct. My apologies for not mentioning the danger. Though here are electrical tutorials online, but it may be best to hire an electrician, As for the order of repair. I would deal with the electrical first. There may be a secondary issue. Then check the drum balance and dry to lubricate the bushings as previously described.
Thank you, Eric and Paul! Yes Eric – Sadly, I definitely don’t know what I am doing. Hoping to figure it out somehow.
Paul – I know – lucky me, huh? haha A different video just a few hours apart. Do you think I should change out the capacitor and bushings at the same time then?
Don’t try to replace the capacitor unless you know what you are doing. It holds a dangerous charge.
Well, that’s a different sound (and movement) than in the video from your previous post.
This is a problem with the motor, most likely the capacitor, which is a component on a motor that prevents voltage spikes. It is easily replaced.