I'm stuck without some troubleshooting assistance.
The washer was stuck at 8 (of 14) for over an hour with the tub mostly full. Every few minutes it would kick on for a few secs and agitate. I sucked out as much as possible with the Shop Vac and pulled the hoses off the pump. Nothing between the tub and the pump or the pump and the wall drain. Couldn't see anything in the pump either.
Any way to know for sure the problem is a bad pump? Almost certainly?
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Stop the washer and clean up the water. Confirm that the water is not leaking when the washer is off. The leak can occur before the electric valves either where the hose connects or from the electric solenoid valves just inside the washer. The situation is more likely true if the hoses are stressed by being bent to one side.
If dry then confirm if it is the hot or cold by running the machine with the cold service valve open and hot closed.