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Check that the m/c is perfectly level, and that it is not overloaded and that the load is not out of balance.
If all these points are o/k,then I would say that it may have a broken or loose counter balance weight, a broken drum retaining spring, or worn or broken suspension.,you will have to physically look for these parts inside the m/c.
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