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Makes a loud roaring sound when it switches to the spin cycle. Can it be fixed? If so, how?

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Yes it can be fixed but its not worth it. parts alone are over 200.00 dollars. What that noise is is the bearing in the transmission and it will need to be replaced.

Posted on Mar 26, 2011

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