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If washer hums but doesn't fill, water isn't getting to washer check screens where fill hoses connect to washer. Screens may be blocked. If washer fills then hums check to make sure belt is on. Tip machine up to view belt underneath.
If the unit will not spin at all and makes a humming noise, sounds like something has seized up in the back of the unit. This could be a belt broken, motor seized up, or the transmission, if your unit has one, is gone.
Check the water level fill sensor. Some used to be pneumatic tubes connected to a sensor. Your washer may have a different type of sensor. It seems like it fills ant gets to a point where it expects the fill sensor to trip but instead just stops. Also re check ALL connections to main drive motor.
Also verify your mains power can handle the draw of the rated wattage. When it goes to engage the main drive motor it may not have enough current from the mains and simply stops.
Also check that the connection to the tumbler drum is not frozen.
well from what I can understand here you need to check first 2 things
1) Check that the hose that is connected to the machine is empty and that there's nothing blocking the water.
2) another possiblity is that your Pump isn't working.
saince i don't knwo the model I can't tell what kind of pump you have, if you have direct pump is should be abouve the motor, it' pretty easy to inspect it and look at it, it may be blocked from all kind of junk (coins.....) another option is that the pump blades are worn out so it's not pumping ( i don't think its your case since your washer is prettry new)
Hope this helps
I think that what you're seeing is a faulty water heating element.
The element is kept switched off until the pressure switch (the thing on the end of the clear tube) detects that there's enough water in the machine for it to be safe to start heating without burning the element out.
If the element is faulty, it will take out your earth leakage trip as soon as the pressure switch applies power(the usual failure mode is pinhole leaks in the element sheath, allowing water in to compromise the powdered mineral insulation inside).
Confirm by running few cold wash cycles. If the machine works fine with these, but fails when you have a warm cycle selected, then element it is.
The element lives in the bottom of the drum. You should be able to get a new one on the net for under £23.