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The front support seals -felt around the top of the door -are worn out. You can order them online with your model # or call the parts distributor and tell them you need the replacement kit - it comes with the top and side seals. To get them separate is more money. You will have to take apart the front of the unit - top first - then the control panel and then the door (front). It supports the drum. You will need to scrape off the old seals and apply the heat glue for the seals. Put the new seals on and reassemble the unit. This should do it if it was rubbing on the front plastic.
1 Remove stacking kit from top of unit.
2 Reatach the two plastic clips to the back of washer.
3 engage the two slots on the washer top into the clips , pull forward drop lid down on top of washer then secure with two screws on either side of lid.
It's probably a loose connection in the wiring in the machine. Seems to be a problem with the WF741 machines and is most likely a similar issue with yours. The probability is that the vibration from the machine is enough to work some connections loose. If you have someone competent to do this, then check that all connectors are pushed firmly onto their circuit boards. (I have posted a separate reply to this issue for the WF741 model on here.) See if this helps.
Tried this before and is a major undertaking. The front angle panel has to be removed before you can access the rear panel, and then all of the electrical connections need to be traced and disconnected. This is a job for a tech and not recommended. I would suggest you measure, and then measure again and find a way to remove it in one piece, maybe even out a window if one is big enough.
If the washer does fine thru the agitation cycle (the washing), that means the motor is OK and the coupler is OK. It would not agitate unless both are OK. (and don't listen if anyone tells you the lid switch is bad -- machine would not fill & go thru wash cyle). The spin is another matter. There is a separate tube for spinning the basket. There is a drive block at top of the tube (that sometimes fails) and there is a separate cluch mechanism below, under the tub. Those places is where you should look.