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about 6to7 kg.to b honest the machines i find that last the longest r kleenmaid top loaders,maytag top loader,whirpool top loaders,and miele front loaders, i would try to advoid electronic units.nothing will b as robust as your 175.
i believe i can help you,,but washers dont agitate in the spin cycle,,i believe you ment it wont wring or spin in the spin cycle..your lid switch is defective,,replace,,if need be i can talk you though,,onthejob
Mine the same concern, I took it apart and found the thermo fuse in the motor had a bad terminal. Maytag parts man said you must get a new motor even though the fuse has a part # on it and is easy to change. I made temporary repairs until I find a fuse from a used parts machine. Scott
Yes there is a small motor just like in most wall clocks the gears strip or the gear bushing slips and refuses to advance the dial. you have to replace the whole timer unless you know MacGyver microsurgery
chances are the pump may have something in it or the drain line is kinked a little front loader machines have a clean out on the pump that you can get to buy taking the lower front panel off.top loaders you have to pull access cover in the rear and pull hose off and check for blockage also check belt tension and quality of belt