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I have a front loading LG TROMM Steam Washer, serial No. WM2688HNW, 4.0 Ultra Capacity, Direct Drive System. My problem is a rubbing/scratching noise coming from the drum as it rotates. I ran my fingers under the door seal at the drum and there doesn't seem that something is stuck in that area. It sounds like a bearing on the drum. If I need a repair person, please recommend someone. I'm in Moraga CA. Telephone number 925-247-0408. Thanks! Jeff Lyddan

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Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
Sorry. I doubt anyone on this forum would be able to give you that information. It's just made up of ordinary guys and gals, probably at home, from all over the world, with experience of addressing problems and giving guidance for free on the web but not supplying engineers or spares ;-0)
You will either have to search in telephone directories OR stay on line and search for '(make) washer service' for instance or '(make) washer spares' and hope that you can find someone reasonably local.
Sorry again ;-0(
Good luck,
John C

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