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Noisy when spining

When it goes on to spin it is very noisy sounds like something is inside. Is it possible to get into it and remove object.

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It is possible, but it involves a strip down, which I would not recommend,
the only other way you might retrieve a foriegn object is by removing one of the drum lifters inside the drum.
Grasp one of the lifters and pull it firmly towards you, this should then lift out ,and you can feel around to see if you can locate anyhing.
to replace lifter, insert it into the slots, and push it firmly towards the rear, you should feel it click into place.
Plz rate my solution.
Thanks.

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