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Beko WMXD 760, loud clicking noise on spin. no other time. sounds like it comes from top right side as when I push the empty drum it clicks. Could someone please help with a solution or is it on the way out. It is only 14 months old.

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Could be excuse me ..Bra wire in drum stick your head in and look, if so best way to remove is take out heater to fix only if you are confident in repair..Good luck

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