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Hi, I have a candy Grand O GO1682 washing machine and on spin it is making a very loud rumbling noise, So i am assuming this is the drum bearing, But What is the part number, is there more than one, and is it easily fitted. thanx kev

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I HAVE THE SAME PROBLEM, AND A ENGINEER SAID THAT THE BEARINGS HAVE GONE AND THAT IT TAKES 2 PEOPLE TO FIX IT AND THAT THE BEARINGS 7 DRUM COME AS ONE COMPLETE SYSTEM AND WILL ROUGHLY COST ABOUT £200 AND TAKE ABOUT 2 HRS TO FIX. SO IS IT WORTH IT OR BUY ANOTHER ONE INSTEAD.

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