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Washing machines are just metal drums spinning in an axis from a motor with a belt (like how your vacuum spins the front brush). The pulleys to guide the bey can wear out. Open up machine's back and you'll likely see the problem. (have a flash light)
Here's videos and parts. Check elsewhere as you can likely find cheaper but they aren't terrible for prices.
it sounds like you drum support or spider as it is called may be cracked or your bearings are shot the fix is time consuming and will take patience as you dismantle make sure you take note where all parts fit if you are not confident call a reputable repairer cheers
My Kenmore front-load washer starts to make the huge noise. The noise happens during the wash cycle, but is mild. During the spin cycle, the noise becomes really loud. It looks like the drum is getting loose and hitting other part of the machine. I checked the drum, and I can sway the drum easily with my hand. So it looks some supporting structure is broken. I don't know if it is easy to open the washer to check what has been broken.