Spin It Again Full Crack
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Read on to learn about what makes the cracking sound when you twist or bend your spine, when the sound is normal, and when it may indicate a developing problem in the joints, bones, and/or muscles of your spine.
3. If a short loud bang occurs ONLY at the very end of the spin cycle, possibly followed by knocking, a shock absorber could be binding(cheap easy fix), or one of the inner basket support arms could be cracked :-C .
Solved...Had the same problem with a 2001 He3t front loader....checked all the mentioned items but sounded more like a banging due to something hitting the cabinet....change shock absorber (4) which helped but did not quieten the noise....more investigation led to the lower front panel clanging against the cabinet at top lip and sides (only attaching screws are across the bottom of the panel) so install thin felt pads across top and down sides...replaced the panel and now the machine is so quite you can't hear the spin cycle unless you stand in front of the machine....easy, cheap and simple fix....
In moderation, the answer is no. Studies have shown that occasionally cracking your back can help relieve pressure in your spine without adverse effects. However, when done habitually, popping can cause excessive wear on your joints and potentially lead to premature breakdown.
When cavitation occurs within a joint, the gases found in the synovial fluid form a bubble and create a cracking sound. This bubble can last up to 20 minutes in the joint and the joint will not be able to crack again until it disperses.
That said, stretching your back in order to crack it can provide a real feeling of relief for many people who spend much of their day sitting. This is because many of the muscles that support the spine can grow stiff and tense after long periods of inactivity and stretching them, even if it's done to inadvertently crack your back, can feel really good.
This can lead your brain to interpret and associate the feeling of cracking your back with a looser, more flexible spine, even though it was the stretching of the muscles that actually provided the feeling.