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Banging noise on spin cycle

When our washing machine is on the spin cycle it sounds like the springs that hold the drum in place have become slack allowing the drum to swing back and forward knocking against something?

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My beko washing machine was making a racket like this. What it was was the large blocks of concrete bolted to the drum had come loose. Solution was to get a 13mm socket with a bar and extension and tighten them up really hard as far as I could manage. THen the probelm dissapeared no more banging. Worth a try if your has similar blocks attached to outer drum

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