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Overload affected performance. Even when only got 1 item in machine. Makes lots noise when spinning and inner large plastic seal looks like something caught on it and shredded some of plastic.

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This fault can be caused by the drum halves becoming tight .they move together due to limescale deposits between the drum spiders. the noise is most likely a failing drum bearing
if the plastic seal is damaged then it will need a new drum assembly
they are no longer available from dyson due to supply problems
you may be able to get another machine from ebay and fix yours using parts from each machine to make one good one

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Drums not turning sounds like it's spinning on spin cycle but its not moving

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