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If you email Hoover with your product details & the timer details as above they can have an engineer contact you via email or phone, or most have an online live chat service which has engineers who can answer your problem in minutes.. Truly hope this helps & your problems are soon resolved..
ps you could google the part number & find images on the item that will show you the wires in situ, this may solve the issue for you as well...
Looks you have aleakage of grease form a damaged bearing in the drum.
If you have the technical preparation, you should remove the drum and check those bearing. See some interesting youtube videos about issue: How to remove washing machine Drum tub 1 of 4
There's a screw holding each paddle in place, as well as the lugs on the paddle. You can get to the screw by removing the drain hose from the bottom on the drum, and the paddle will then be free to slide out
there should be a plug on the top of the agitator. pry off this cap with a screwdriver. you will see the hex nut that fastens the agitator. remove the hex nut and lift the agitator from the transmission shaft. Installation is the reverse of removal.