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I have a an Hotpoint WT741G washing machine purchased new in July 2006. Unfortunately last night it started to make a noisey rattling sound then started leaking from the bottom trim. Can you help.

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It sounds like it is the drum, it happened to me a couple of weeks ago i had to have a complete new drum installed

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