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I HEAR A RATTLE WHEN THE MACHINE IS IN SPIN CYCLE. IT SOUNDS LIKE SOMETHING IS UNDER THE BASKET.

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Do you have kids? My sons were bad for putting things in their pockets. Rocks, sticks, nails. Anything they were fiddling with outside. Many a times a small pebble or small nail would slip through the holes and make 'music'.
Now they are teenagers and when I do laundry I tell them if I find money in the machines it is mine. Guess what? They check their pockets good! XD

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Pic attached for top cover removal .

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