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What you need to do is check the pump is getting a feed to it
Select a spin cycle, and with a test meter, test for voltage across the pump terminals, if you are getting a feed, and the pump is working ok, then you obviously have a blockage beyond the pump.
If no voltage then could be a broken wire, or a faulty programmer/board. ONLY CHECK FOR VOLTAGE IF YOU ARE COMPETENT TO DO SO, as it takes no prisoners. Hope this helps.
Hi, i have a wma40s had it for 7 ears now same thing happended would start a cycle but then stop halfway through make the noise but the drum would not spin etc. i bought some carbon brushes of ebay for 7 quid and it works better than its worked in years bit nosiey for first few washes but after it settles it is as good as new.