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Hi if you pull your machine out so you have access to rear then you can remove the bottom panel using a screw driver. This will then give you access to the sump pipe, using either a pair of grips, or screw driver/ depending what fitting you have, you can remove the clip holding the sump hose in place,You may find that this is where you are likely to have a blockage.be sure to place the ball back into place after as this acts as a non return vaulve. while you have this pipe off it may be worth just taking the pump side of the pipe off to ensure the pump is clear.Also make sure all pipes are on secure when replacing clips.
Sounds like it could be relatively expensive to put right.
Personally, I think you would be better in investing in a new washer, more so in view of the fact that is 7 years old.
There are numerous possibilities for the symptoms you describe.
Hope this helps you to come to a decision.
If my memory serves me well, the plugs/wires will only fit the correct spots on the module, and I believe there is a "jumper" on the original module, make sure you remove and install in the new module..Good Luck