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I'd contact the installer. This sounds as if there may be a slow leak. When the gas concentration is high enough it will ignite which would be the bang that you hear. The popping sound could be the flame at the leak source point re-igniting for a few times.
DEFINITELY CONTACT YOUR INSTALLER OR GAS INSPECTOR. THIS IS A SAFETY HAZARD.
Although there may not be any gas parts involve you should have gas technician work on the unit. Depending on the noise your hearing it could be a number of things, if its making a scraping noise it could be that your front drum glides are gone allowing the drum to ride on the frame of the door. glide part numbers are 306508. if the noise you hear sounds like a grating sound it could be that your blower wheel has something caught in it and is now rubbing on all of the fan blades on the blower.blower part number is 33002797. if you hear a loud banging noise you could have a rear bearing issue. both roller bearing part numbers are y303373.hope this helps
It Is fixable.All you need to is try to balance the load or a perfect concrete flat surface for the machine. If
the problem still persists, then during the previous vibrations, the
shocks or the drum bearings might have been damaged, you might have well replace them to
avoid further problems.good luck.and please post your comments.
Sounds like you may have a motor issue, they can get lint trapped inside, and it causes the motor to overheat, and eventually go out. You can remove the top, then the front, and see if thats the problem. Usually, once the motor starts making noise, its time to replace. Right now, the packings in the motor are cold, and once they heat up, they stop making noise, so it could last quite a while.
The noise you are describing is coming from the gas valve solenoid coil assembly. This is usually indicative of weak coil.
If this is a warranty situation, request a factory authorized certified technician to replace the solenoid assy. at no charge.
If you want to fix it yourself, be sure and ask us for instructions on replacing the part safely.