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I had a front loading washer (not Kenmore) that bumped, banged, and walked all over the floor. Called a service tech. The balancers are made of concrete and one of them was loose. Ended up making a mess as the balancer that was loose finally broke and we had chipped concrete dust everywhere. Not pretty!!! Ours was covered under warranty.
Having same problem with my Kenmore 500. Tomorrow will be the second time a repair man has visited the house. Washer on 5 weeks old. Drum bangs every other load. Load not unbalanced. Avoid this washer, it is a POS.
I would need a little more infor. - but when your machine bangs on the spin cycle, it usually means your load is unbalanced. So lift open your machine and balance out your clothes. This should clear this up. You see this problem more with heavier loads (eg. towels, jeans, heavy garments, etc.). I try and balance out my laundry as I put it in the machine. It helps a bit, but even so, I still at times have to go balance it out manually. I hope this helps, but if not - then there's some other question's I would ask, but that's where I mentioned needing more info. at the beginning. Good Luck!
make sure all shipping pins are out the tub should move all around from side to side if it level still bangs its eather the balance ring top basket are there 3 slides on a plate above the motor just put some silacone oil on tham move around