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I suspect the V belt is worn out try taking the side cover off you would have to tilt the machine another helper maybe needed make sure you drain the remaining water out and unplugged the cord safety first
Make sure the shipping pins have been removed. They're usually attached to yellow strap at the rear of the machine (sometimes people just cut off the strap so look underneath as well to make sure it has been removed). Looking at the inside, the washer drum should move freely from front to back and side to side. Next is leveling. This is sometimes tricky in that it really has nothing to do putting a level on the machine unless your floor is uneven and adjustments need to be made to the front legs. As long as it looks fairly straight to the eye, level the machine by opening the lid, putting your foot in front of machine and holding the inside of the cabinet. Tilt the machine toward you and lift the rear of the machine about 2-3 inches (you should hear the legs drop). Set it back down. It should now be leveled since the rear legs are self leveling. Try rocking the machine from the top in a diagonal motion and ensure the weight is evenly distributed on all 4 legs. If these things have been checked and it's still "walking" make sure the load inside the washer is not off balance. Good luck!
Mine did this, it never got fixed, repairman told me to replace it. I suggest you do the same. He told me the springs and bumpers had just worn out, and from the looks of my old washer, he was right lol
1 option is to wind the back feet out so the washer drum will sit more to the front so as it less likly to hit the OOB switch, other thing is that the OOB switch might have corrosion on the inside of it and in this case if it gets moisture inside it during a wash it is more likely to go OOB, so try replacing it this should fix issue, if not replace Motor Control Unit. :)
Tilt the machine forward so the rear feet come off the ground, then set it down, this will reset your feet to level. if problem persists, you can lean the washer on its back and inspect the suspension with a light.
The grinding is in the pump, probably some soda change. nd is no drain. Which model front or top load? Top load the pump is front right and has two hoses on it. Try to drain the water out and tip the machine back enough that it stays and spin the belt off. Set it down and use a putty knife and feel along the first two inches left and right where top meets the front panel. You find two catches that when depressed will allow access to the top underside. Hold the lid and tilt the top back, make sure the console clears the back wall and gently let the lid go back, make sure it stays. Ok the front panel has two 5/16 hex head screws holding it to the sides. They are one inch down at either side, hard to see with out light. Once these are out the panel tilts towards you held at the bottom by two prongs, tilt and pull the bottom towards you and up. The pump has three 5/16 hex screws or 3/8 and the rest is wet and looking in the pump for junk to clean out.
The Guide Plate underneath is out of alignment,, You might have to call me on this one. The only reason I am sure of this is because when my delivery guys would deliver a direct drive washer such as your, sometimes when the machine is laid down to far on its side, it gets out of alignment. Easy fix,, Just hard to explain.
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
The inside tub moves on the spin stage only and cause the water, by
a centrifugal force, to be forced out of the clothes.
During the wash cycle,the tub is stationary and the agitator moves forth and back.
If you would like to remove the agitator - Remove the inner agitator cap (inside the top of the agitator) and then open the screw (be aware not to lose parts !)
Good luck !