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Yes normally remove the bottom panel and the pump is in the front on the right side. Some companies recommend you clean it every few months. Also some will let out water when you open it up, so have a towel ready.
A common problem with noises from washing machines has been the under wire that may come out of small clothes. In the washer they can get stuck in one of the inner basket holes and make a scrapping noise, they can actually make there way into the pump and jam the pump, or make a terrible noise when the pump is running. Grab a flash light and have a peek inside the washer for this. Front load washers seem very common to this happen! If the tiny cloth is showing signs of fraying, may be best not to wash it in the washing machine, replace the cloth.======= It's noisy
Most noises from a washing machine occur during the spin cycle. If you hear loud thumping during the spin, the load of clothes may have become unbalanced. Stop the washer and redistribute the clothes, then re-start it. Repeat these steps if necessary.
Is there water inside the tub after it starts leaking? If so the valve that lets the water into the machine could have a bad seal and overfilling the machine with water when it is not being used. Or one of your water hose seals could be leaking. Make sure the hoses are tight. Beyond that there is nothing to cause a profuse amount of water when the machine is not being used.
open the front with a puttyknife there are 2 clips about 4" in on each side this wil open the top so you can remove the 2 screws holding the front panel on once removed you can see the guts of the unit..Let me know if you need more help
It could be a number of issues really. Smaller issues could be something under the agitator, etc, to moderate problems, like a motor coupler, loose basket, etc. Could also be a major problem like a motor or transmission. A lot of times its the motor coupler or pump making the noise. Both are pretty easy to replace. Maybe some more information. Do you happen to know where the noise is coming from? Is it coming from the front of the cabinet or in the basket area? Any small water leaks? Does the spin cycle work ok? Let me know some other information and maybe we can narrow down the problem to one particuliar area. Jim