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Loud noise our washer makes a loud noise but goes through all the cycles just fine. the noise is similar to what a baseball card in a bikes spokes would make.

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Hard to say for sure without more info. Sounds like something caught in pump though. Give us the brand and a model number.

Posted on Nov 16, 2007

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