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I have a whirlpool ( combimatic )washing machine- noisy and water

I have a whirlpool ( combimatic )washing machine bought in 2000.The model number is WWAD507-B2A INBOO3700138 . It makes a loud noise and moves when rinsing the water after washing .Further the water from the machine after using drops on the floor and does not go through the tubing.

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