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When in the spin cycle it sounds like the ceramic drum is hitting the back of the washer, is it off balance?

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Also try running it empty. If you have a single heavier item in the machine that gets worked to one side of the drum, it can swing it out of whack and cause the knocking noise. If you get the same issue when its empty, then its a mechanical issue with the machine and you need to adjust the balance of the drum or level the machine

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Make sure it is level and if thats correct then tilt the washer back and look up under it you will see springs and support arond the drum see if maybe on has come off or broke and that is causing the problem...

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