Possibly the belt is off/broken? can you hear the motor turning when the drum is supposed to be revolving? If not supect the motor carbon brushes, or some other fault with the motor/and /or circiut, at best it may be a burned out wire to the motor
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That clicking sound is most likely from your overheat safety switch located on the motor. This trips when there is too much bind or friction from the drum causing your motor to overheat I would check the drum bearing first by trying to turn the drum on your machine from the door area.
If it turns, it may be ok, but just to be sure, take the rear cover from your machine and remove the belt on the large pulley, then try starting the machine again. If you hear a hum and the clicking goes away you most likely have a bad drum bearing.
You probably need to replace the brushes in the motor.
Remove rear panel, remove belt from drum, undo 2 screws securing motor, unplug lead to motor, lever motor back with a screw driver, keeping hold of it, and remove motor.
You will find the brushes located at the opposite end to the motor pulley.
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sounds like a simularproblem i had, a 5cent piece got caught in the drain solenoid (just between the drum and solenoid) , i had to lift up the front and spin the drain pump fan, on empty, then disassemble and clean pump assy and remove 5cent piece, hope this helps.