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Hotpoint WF865 Drum getting stuck?

During a normal wash, randomly the drum appears to be getting stuck during the anti clockwise cycle only. The machine will try a couple of times and then just stop until the counter goes to 1 minute and then does no more. If you open the door and turn the drum manually there is no friction and is free to turn. Thanks for your help.

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