My 10 year old AEG washing machine also gave up the ghost since we entered Lockdown!
It was spinning, when I heard a horrendous noise coming from the utility room. The drum had parted company from the rest of the machine and there were bits of fabric, where the seals had shredded! I decided that due, to it's age, it was beyond economical repair, so got a good deal on a new Bosch machine (5 year warranty) via John Lewis, with next day delivery!
Due to CoVid Lockdown, I had to disconnect and manhandle the AEG machine from the utility room, down three steps into the kitchen, across the tiled kitchen floor, up three wooden steps into the carpeted hallway, across the hallway and out of the front door, along the path to outside the garage (managed with a strip of old carpet underneath)!
John Lewis would only deliver as far as the front door, so I again manhandled the new machine in the opposite direction, unpacked and installed it in the utility room. Supply connected, machine levelled and voila!
The old machine outside the front of the garage troubled me for a few days, so at the first opportunity, I got the car out, manhandled the beast into the boot area and drove to the recently reopened waste recycling centre, where, you guessed it, the man at the tip said, "sorry mate, but I can't give you any help with that!" So, heaved it out of the back of the car and manhandled it around to where he wanted it to go!
Drove back home and had a cup of tea ..... job done!
I was rather proud, that I had accomplished it all single-handed and glad, that at 64, I still weight train and can manage to throw 60-odd kilos of washing machine around!