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You should be able to drain the water out by laying the drain hose down into a bowl. Does the pump function properly on final spin, that usually clears the water to allow the door to open. Parts are obtainable from Hotpoint Spares.co.uk.
I do not have a solution but also have the same issue. That is when putting on a cotton programme, the superwash light comes on at the end of the programme and I am unable to open the door as it remains locked. I then have to put it to a rinse or spin cycle as it does not seem to have spun the clothes at all.
I've got a BWM129 which is causing me problems too (the washing is smelly at th eend of the cycle!) - How did you get the filter unit out of its housing, I turns around but doesn't seem to want to come out!
Sounds like the rinse water can't come. Maybe the solenoid for cold water got stuck or a water filter needs cleaning? If the humming is louder, perhaps the drum motor (or drum) needs a little care or cleaning.
If all else fails, download the user manual and check the trouble checklist index. (Or; try learning your kenpo succession move sparring against laundry to clean it.)
Sounds like the water pump is plugged with something. The pump could also just be locked up. The smell is probably the belt slipping on the pulley. To drain the unit you will need to lower the drain hose into a bucket and let it drain that way. Most pumps can be opened and cleaned. It will be inside and attached to the drain hose. It has a pulley on it where the belt rides. If it has a clamp holding the bottom on remove it and the clog. You may be able to do this without removing it from the unit. Let me know if you need further help.