CALL LG AND TALK TO TECH SUPPORT THEY MIGHT BE ABLE TO HELP YOU ON LINE.
SOMETIMES THE RUBBER AROUND THE DOOR THAT IS HELD BY A SPRING COMES UNDONE AND HENCE GETS CAUGHT BETWEEN THE DRUM AND THE CABINET. CHECK THAT & GOOD LUCK
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No water that high. But you may have an extra water button that allows you to add slightly more water to each wash load. Water should be just above bottom of inside drum in the back of the drum as it rotates
Check and see if the inner drum is loose and floppy.if it is, it's likely the bearings have collapsed, and require replacement...If the drum feels stiff and tight, it could be that something is jammed between the inner and outer drums. Both situations could be costly...Get quotes....Good luck...Nomess
If the noise comes from the drum rather than the back of the machine it could be the drum bearings on their way out.
With the drum empty take hold of the top and bottom of the drum edge (from inside the drum). Gently try to lift and lower the drum, you may hear a slight knock - that's the bearings failing. Water enventually gets past the seal on the bearing and degergent in the water dissolves the grease in the bearing, causing it to fail.
what you will need to do is wright down the model number and go to ebay and put in bearings for a lg then put your model number in and it will come up with very cheap bearings thats where i get all my stock from. good luck £4.50p very cheap