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Making a clanking noise when printing

Sounds like the drum or something is banging and skipping a beat when printing

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If your tumble dryer is making a banging, whining (or other strange noise) it's best to diagnose and sort out the problem. It could be the result of a number of things, but what you certainly don't want to do is ignore it.
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If the tumble dryer is noisy when its turning and the whole appliance is shaking and rumbling, it could be indicative of a problem with the drum bearings, which help the wheels turn freely and easily.
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My Bosch Nexxt 100 washer is making a clanking noise. I checked to see if anything was in the pockets of the clothes I was washing. It sounds like something is loose inside of the washer but not in the...


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