Washing machines will start a spin cycle once they have been fully drained of the water from the wash. If your machine is draining very slowly (or does not drain at all) it could be because of a blockage in the drainage system.
A washer may be loud for many reasons and some washing machines are relatively easy to fix while others may need a technician or expert to repair. They may be loud because of an unbalanced load in a spin cycle, loose drum bearings, a blocked filter or a trapped items such as a coins or toys in children’s clothes’ pockets
Water leaks under the washing machine are commonly caused by a broken water pumps or compromised water supply hoses connected to the pump. You may notice lots of rumbling and / or shaking from the washing machine during a wash cycle if and when the water pump is faulty. The water pump in a washer is usually located at the bottom of the machine
If your washing machine is not filling, make sure the faucet at the water-supply end of the hose is turned on. The next place to check for a water-filling problem is the water inlet valve of the washing machine. These two checks will most likely be the source of the problem.
Dont be scared if your washer makes sounds that you may not have heard from other cloth washers. While draining water, your machine may emit several low thuds. Your machine is checking that the water has drained properly and completely before spinning. Your washer will beep if you have also used ‘No Spin’ and at the end of the cycle