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Perfectly normal.. What you are actually hearing is a balance ring on the inner tub that has liquid inside to help keep washing loads balanced. The balance ring is filled with a calcium chloride solution and baffles within the ring allow the fluid to disperse within the ring evenly By rotating the spin basket you can hear the fluid dispersing within the baffles of the balance ring.
Thebalanceringisfilledwithacelciurnchloridesolutionandbaffles,withintheringallowthefluidtodispersewithinthe:ring,evenly I also thought ours was not draining properly but discovered otherwise when I had to take the inner tub out for a bearing repair job.. Hope this puts your mind at rest..
Most front load washers have an issue like this. Try cleaning the seal around the door with a cleaner that will kill mold and mildew. If that doesn't work, try running an empty cycle or a whites load with bleach added. There was also a known problem with the drain trap I believe it was -- a local appliance parts house could probably give you more details on it.
tHE PROBLEM IS YOU NEED TO CLEAN YOUR SOAP, SOFTENER AND BLEACH DISPENSER, REMOVE THE BLEACH AND SOFTENER DISPENSER TRAY, AND YOU WILL FIND THAT IF YOU HAVE BEEN USING LIQUID SOFTENER, THAT IT HAS GUMMED UP AND CLOG THAT AREA AND IS CAUSING SPILL OVER. WHEN THE WATER IS POURED INTO THE TRAYS TO DISPENSE THE BLEACH AND OR SOFTENER.
the washer has a low level of water in it at all times. it will never completely drain out unless you pump it. this is one of the reasons there is such a smell with these washers, i use vinegar in rinse cycle and i use bleach once sometimes twice a month to keep mold and mildew smell away.