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When we move the drum, even with our hand, about 1/2 way through, there is a loud clicking, popping type noise? Sounds like a train is coming through the house before it stops the cycle?

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    When we move the drum, even with our hand, about 1/2 way through, there is a loud clicking, popping type noise? Sounds like a train is coming through the house before it stops the cycle?



    model is c45 whirlpool

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When we move the drum, even with our hand, about 1/2 way through, there is a loud clicking, popping type noise? Sounds like a train is coming through the house before it stops the cycle?

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