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The rear bearing in most front loaders lasts an average of 5 years under normal usage. Spin the drum manually with your hand and seee if it is nice and smooth and quiet. If the bearing is ok it is probable that 1 of the shocks is broken on the bottom.
There are two rollers that the back of the drum ride on. At times, these rollers wear out and fall off and the drum rides on the back housing or the stem of the roller. You need to pull the front of the dryer off and carefully slide the drum forward (keep the drive belt in place) just enough to expose the rollers... replace if needed.
you need a new compresor that type of work will run you like 4 to 5 G'S you are better off buying a new one. i repl compressors everyday i work for one of the major companys that go to your home to repair refrigerators
probably the blades are hitting something , slide the fridge out and inspect, as far as it running all the time, many fridges run a lot more often than you think. the fan being noisy is drawing your attention to it more now.