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When the motor runs in reverse at the beginning of the wash cycle,the flywheel in the center makes a loud grinding noise, I get a C1 error and it stops. When running forward (spin cycle) it is smooth, no noise. Why? I took the cap off the inside of the washer and remove the floating bottom to see if something was wrapped around the shaft and found nothing.

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2. Main drive pulley
3. Motor coupling worn
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