I've got an old washing machine that's seen a hell of a lot of use. I've had it about 12 years and it was used when I bought it. It was fine up until today, no sign of any impending problems at all. I put some washing on tonight and went down to get it out a while later, only to find that it was much wetter than usual, especially the clothes that had been at the bottom. Hmm...so I put them back in on the same cycle and watched the machine for a bit. The problem is that the drum isn't moving at all, neither during the wash cycles nor the spin cycles. Everything else is as normal. The machine is filling and draining correctly and is going through the cycles correctly without any unusual noises or catching fire The drum can be freely rotated by hand. I'm inclined to say "well, I got my money's worth from that" and get a new one (probably a used reconditioned one from Home Aids Services in Hanley, where I got this one), but I'm concerned that maybe it's something obvious and cheap to fix and I'd be wasting money replacing it. On the other hand, it is at least 12 years old. It's a bit rusty on the outside. It really is very used. But if someone here can say it's the <thing> with the <thing> and costs a tenner to fix, it'd be silly to get a new one instead. It's an Indesit WG1234T. The manual online is of no use at all in this situation.