Quite often the noise can be attributed to something getting between the inner & outer drums. If I had a dollar or pound for every under bra wire I have removed from washers I would be a rich man. Occasionally the clips that hold the element in place between the drums can also cause this same noise.
Turn the drum slowly with your hand & see if you can hear the wire or clip.
The only solution to this is to remove the wire. Not easy if you haven't done this before.
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In most cases it is something that is sticking between the drum and the housing. Check inside the boot by the door. If that is not helpful move the drum by hand and listen to see if you can locate the area of the noise.
Sound like the basket has broken away from the spinning support coming of the back of inner drum, Gray plastic is the front ring the inner tub is now rubbing on. This has been making noise for a while. Phil 1-800-559-1411 www.phils.com any help I can give you.
1. Make and model of the washer? 2.How old the washer is? 3. Is it banging only at high speed or even on slow speed? 4. Is it only during the final spin or all the time during spin? 5. If you move the drum by hand, is there any noise? Could you turn the drum easily?
Please be gentle with me if this is obviously not the problem, but I have made the mistake of running top load washers with the door open (which the washer notices and does not turn the basket. I fixed my problem by loading the washer, adding the detergent while the washing machine was filling and then closing the door. My washer worked fine with the door closed.
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HI thanks for your question. the part that failed is called the motor coupling. it s located on the motor and the transmission. if you need help to replace come on back. but that's the part you need to change. thanks
Be aware your washers bearings sound like they are collapsing (hence noise and rotation). Can be an expensive job to replace by a mechanic, get an estimate to see if its worth getting fixed.If you have to use washer in the meantime, watch it like a hawk and dont just set it away and go out,very probable flood damage etc ..Sorry theres no quick fix with this problem but i hope this is helpful.