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it sounds like you have a bent piece of metal round the drum you will have to make sure the drum is empty with your hand very slowly move it round the whole drum if you find it with a small hammer don't hit it heard OK just tap it till its not going to shred your cloths OK if you don't find any thing you will need to look at the paddle in the drum to make sure there not Brock or moving OK hope i can help
Sounds like you have a failed motor coupling. This is an easy fix, requires inexpensive parts, but is going to take a little effort and know-how on your part. If you click on the following link, it explains step-by-step how to replace the coupling:
The part number is 285753A and can be found at searspartsdirect.com. Just type in your model number and the part will be listed under the "Brake/Clutch/Gearcase/Motor/Pump" heading. If you require further assistance, please let me know. I hope this helps you resolve your washer problem.