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Simply try the old off at the plug, wait 10 mins then on again. Then try looking where your machine has access to the 'flap'. Basically, ours did that, I opened flap bottom right, where the muck/hairs/hair clips/pencils etc etc have all accumulated in the years of use. Clean it all out. Our machine apparently refused to spin / turn whilst bunged up with rubbish. Cleaned it out, turned back on and selected a "spin dry" only cycle and left it. Also, there's a pipe that outlets the water - usually directed into your sink drainage pipes. Check this isn't going up-hill. What I mean is, the draining water will pump mildly upwards sloping but I found ours was too steep thus not draining thus it wont spin. Not an engineer just had many issues similar with our cheapo Beko machine.
If your machine outlet pipe is connected to the sink trap (many are these days) it could simply be that water from the sink is draining into the washer if it is connected like this ensure that where the outlet pipe leaves the the trap it goes up and does not run level or down if the water in the is dirty this is the problem failing this water vavles are passing water when the machine is off
You may have a split in a outlet pipe or a pipe has come off. If it's only leaking when it is emptying I would suggest it's probably a pipe after the pump and one that is higher then the level of water that is in the machine as otherwise the water would siphon out all the time. Has the outlet hose been extended and have a coupling where it joins?
sounds like your pump may be gone, or could be pipe blocked. to check pipe fill machine take outlet pipe at rear of machine and lay this into a bowl. If water flows ok then all pipes are clear. As water is coming through just put machine onto spin cycle and raise hose to see if water will then pump out.
inlet valve leaking. turn off water and see if it still fills
if drain is plumbed in to a spigot off the sink trap, every time you empty sink, some of the water goes down the drain pipe. to cure in this case, take the drain pipe as high as possible up under the sink in a swan neck