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Washer noisy My whirlpool washer makes a loud clunking noise every time the agitator moves while agitating (he he) We got it from our cousin and dont know if this is normal, it was in storage for a couple months and when we moved got put on the van and then carried by hand up to the second story we didnt drop it, but we had to tilt it a ways back thanks

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Open up the back or front. Check for the shock-absorbers, springs. Rotate the drum to hear anything. Of course the machine shd be disconnected from the power wall socket. There may be 4 springs, 2 shocks. Chk out

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