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Possible that the bearings are a suspect, if the machine seems to wobble around. Also if the load is high, does the noise go higher, if so check the suspension, check the mounting and the counter weights. Please check this link: Wobbling machine
sometimes the agitator gets loose, causing the drum to sway to far all over the place.make sure its tight , remove the softener dispenser (manual nut), then tighten the metal nut that holds the agitator down
I had the same problem. The "fire alarm" sound is coming from the silver panel behind your washer. The panel is vibrating loudly during the wash cycle. A Sears repairman solved this by taking a small piece of cardboard (cut from a box) and wedging it between the side edge of the panel. He operated the washer's cycle and adjusted the tightness of the wedge until the loud sound stopped. It did! Hope this helps you!