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You need to give more details. We cannot see or hear what is happening. Only you can. Describe exactly what happens at those two points in the cycle. What can you see or hear?

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EFO
Is Out of balance switch off.
Open lid, redistribute load and close lid.
https://www.simpson.com.au/globalassets/user-manuals/sman_tlw_dec16.pdf

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no
what is the problem
if it is on pause press the start button and hold for a few seconds

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Yes sounds like a dry bearing. Belt driven machines can also make a screeching noise if the belt slips. Spray with Belt Conditioner available from auto supply shops. Australian machines a bit problematic for this North American based site. I see manuals listed but nothing that looks like a schematic or workshop manual. There is a link to the Simpson website though.

https://www.simpson.com.au/other/contact-us/

[PDF]User Manual - Simpson https://www.simpson.com.au/globalassets/...manuals/sman_ezisensor_feb12_omo.pdf
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SWT801 and SWT951 Control Panel. Important Safety Instructions ii. 1. Water Saving Technology. 3. Knowing Your Washing Machine. 3. Washing Intructions. 4.

simpson 175 washing machine schematic Google Search

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there is a small hose from the bottom of the tub to the water level switch
that gets air pressure to activate a switch when the level selected overcomes the switch spring
At that point the water solenoid is turned off and the wash cycle begins
over flowing indicates that the level sensor is not working or the inlet solenoid and diaphragm is faulty
if it doesn't progress the wash cycle , that indicates a program board problem so call the technician for a proper diagnosis

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i need more info but if it thumps and bangs with a big load then suspension rods need to be replaced

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Not much info to go on. Better description of what happens would help. Have you checked the belt? Maybe it is too loose.

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Sounds like it needs new suspension rods. One on each corner. The spring on the rod gets weak causing excessive bouncing & swinging.

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you need a 10mm socket and some extensions and a ratchet take the fabric softer filter out and undo the ,bolt at the bottom of the agitator and lift out

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They go on to the timer. On the end of the timer is a row of terminals with other blue wires on them. They are all the neutrals, put the blue wire on one of those end terminals (any one that is empty)
There is a terminal in the centre of the timer marked A. That is where the brown live wire goes.

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Try Googling (simpson)(350)(manual) without parens.

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Look down inside the agitator. At the bottom is a hexagonal bolt. You need a 10mm socket on a long extension bar to reach it and undo it. Then pull agitator up & out.

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Either way around it doesn't matter. Unless it is marked with a P & N or + & - then red would go to P or +

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