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  1. Hi, I don't know much about these things, but I've watched videos on YouTube over the last hour or so and they seem a lot more simple than I expected to fix them. My parents want to get a new one and I want to save the family money instead. Seems such a waste for what could be a simple fix. Basically, the washing machine trips the house electric. There is no sign of life whatsoever, however, the drum seems to roll freely when I move it with my hand. From what they tell me, it just cut out during a cycle after about 20 mins, tripped the electric, then when switched back on again, showed no life at all and again, tripped the electric. The socket isn't faulty, and the fuse has been changed so I know these can't be at fault. Any ideas? Thanks! P.S It is a Bosch Classixx 1000 (about 6 and a half years old)
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