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Can you confirm what lights are shown on the control panel and if any are flashing, the most common fault is the washer to fail within seconds of starting is to do with the door not locking, the fault where it fails half way through is most likely related to the heating or pump system.
Once I know which lights fail when it stops within seconds of starting, and when it fails mid cycle I can better help you diagnose the fault.
Ok, can you try and set the washer to pre-wash, then spin only and confirm those two cycle complete without issue.
Let me know at what point it causes a fault, on checking your programmer it appears there isnt a rinse cycle, just the option to add an 'extra' rinse to the programme, so the current programme should be sufficient.
The lights shown is correct, the RCD tripping is often caused by what is known as "earth leakage", and typically associated with a fault heater.
I would expect the fault to occur regardless of the mode selected, and can be resolved by replacing the heater, which is around £150 from here, if you would like an engineer to replace the part please provide your postcode and I can recommend an engineer in your area.
Right this sounds like the issue relates to a hardware fault, since this is likely to be two fault one with the pump, and the other with the element, your probably looking at a total part cost of £200. This is probably getting to the point where it is not economical to repair, however if your wish to proceed, then please provide your postcode and I can recommend a local engineer.
I would recommend Washing Machine Man on 01233 221773, his mobile is 07723 927268. We have referred a few customers this year to him, and have had excellent feedback each time.
From memory he also provides a weekend call out service, so you may be able to call him out tomorrow if you need to get the machine fixed before Monday.
Appreciate if you can rate the service received to date.