I learnt today to never overload a washing machine - the belt inside came off so I've spent the better part of my day first panicking as I had no idea what had happened to it, then disconnecting all the pipes to the water supply, then jiggling the heavy fucker out for the very narrow space it occupies in a counter unit (which is no small task given the concrete inside), then removing the back panel and reattaching the belt after watching a youtube video on the subject, then putting the back panel back on, then jiggling it back into place, then reattaching my pipes to the water and waste supply and getting drenched in the process (for some reason the little tap that turns the water on and off can't be adjusted once the washing machine connecter is in place as it's too big and obstructs it from turning, so you have to turn the water supply on then try and connect the pipe - fun, right?) and now finally I can put the wash on again. That'll teach me to try and clean out my old clothes so I can give them to charity! I'm sure now that it's fixed and my life is no longer in turmoil I'll have a Good Afternoon, and so should you. On the bright side, I did discover this other washing machine related video.