I am sure it will be something simple.
Mine did something similar a while back -- there's a hose that runs from the drum up to the control unit that it uses to tell it how full of water it is. Hose was blocked with gunge, control unit confused, didn't work through cycle properly. Might be worth a look
Cheers man, No pipe going to the control unit from the drum, I guess it has a sensor in the pump as that is the lowest point?
There is a pipe that runs from the evacuation pipe to the detergent tray. Seems just to be an overflow, but it is full of gunk!
Anyhoo, brushes fine still, which I was bound to check as I bodged them from a set of non compatible holder ones when they went a couple of years ago.
Drain to pump fine.
Removed drain to waste and tried machine pumping into bucket, pumps fine and did a cycle perfectly.
So ran a basin full of water and drained into same waste pipe and a good amount came out the inlet for the machine waste, so it is poor flow in the waste pipe that is to blame.
Have a look at that tomorrow.
Whilst checking the brushes I noticed some wires had left their fastener and the belt had worn through to the core on a couple of them.
Kind of thing you notice when you do your own maintenance, and saves you the hassle of downtime and expensive 'repairs'. And fires.
I have lived in numerous places, and had numerous electrical goods.
I can count the number of time a simple, cheap, fix was not the answer on one hand.
Washing machines, fridge freezers, hobs, cookers. None of them are complicated.
None more so than bicycles.
They are designed to be fool proof.
I am not a big TV watcher, so fixing things is a great alternative.
The doctor diagnosed me with hereditary diarrhoea. I can't understand, I wear a kilt.