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The pump needs to be replaced. The pump controls the agitation for the wash cycle, also controls the tub for draining & spinning after the wash & rinse cycle. The belt has nothing to do with it. Pump is very simple to remove & replace, and not too expensive, it's plastic.
There is a drain plug and filter under the drum. You access it from the front by taking the panel under the door off. Get ready for lots of water to come out when you take the drain plug off. Clean out the area of the filter and drain plug.
raise the main drain hose to the top of the back control head. there may be a problem with the main hose being to low and the water is gravity siphoning out of the washer.make sure the washer is off when you lift the hose up but do not remove it from the wall,you should here water drain out once it has stopped draining restart you machine and it should fill to the proper level and quit then go into your wash cycle
Tom, I'm having exactly the same problem, Have you managed to solve it? The Service center will no even tell me what's wrong with (they're quite keen to get me to arrange a visit from their engineer for £110 though).
check heating element (rear of drum at the bottom) for open circuit, replace if needed, occasionally the timer will start to click round continuously, indicating the machine has a fault, the machine shuts down waiting for the water to heat up, elements available at most appliance shops but you may need to order specially?