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Banging noise is never a good thing on a heater!
Very low water flow thru heater
Calcification of internals / heat exchanger
Liming of internals in heat exchanger
Steam used to move giant monsters of a train across country, you have steam being generated in your heater, that's causing the bang and probably some rockin' & rollin' of the heater itself?
You should probably have a service tech look at it.
Where is the noise coming from? The front, back, top, or bottom? Is it a bump, thump, bang, clang, or rattle? Does the sound happen at regular intervals or randomly? It could be the compressor bushings going bad, causing the compressor to bang around.
the beko washer sometimes the concrete balance blocks come loose and cause a banging noise unplug and take the top off check the concrete block on the top off the outer drum to see if it moves about tighten it up if loose then check the one down the front to see if louse
Remove the bottom strainers and make sure that there is nothing obstructing the outlet pipe and the pump. If possible back flush through the outlet pipe and try draining the machine again before using it again.