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My beko washing machine WM6123W has just started scteeching on slow spins. Drum ok when spin by hand but clothes still come out very wet ? Any ideas please 

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Hello. It's very difficult to diagnose noises without being able to hear them. Screeching noises are not that common. One possibility is if the belt is loose and slipping. Another one is the bearings in the motor although that is quite rare. Another screeching noise, possibly the most common is from the water pump. If it is the water pump then the screeching noise should be happening even when the drum stops rotating because the water pump runs continuously on spin. If the noise is definitely only present when the drum is turning and stops when it pauses at the beginning of the spin cycle then I would be suspecting the first two options. At the end of the day diagnosing and noisy washing machine is all about carefully observing the machine when it is making the noise and locating where it is coming from. 

If by any chance the screeching noise is happening during the wash cycle and not the spin cycle which is what I have assumed there is sometimes a second pump called a recirculation pump. This pump recycles water back into the drum. It is possible for this pump to make loud noises to. However, the noises would be present during wash.

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Thankyou 

I removed a stuck bra wire from the outlet hole at the front of the washer I thought was brushes with it only happening on the last few spin cycles 

No noise when moving manually 

Thankyou so much for replying 

Kind regards 

Jo 

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Many thanks for the update. It just goes to show the difficulty with noises. Underwire's from a bra usually make a scraping noise. 

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