The model is an MAVT734EWW
When you find your eyeballs, you might have to order a new motor. Despite what you read somewhere, the timer on this machine is rarely a problem, however the motor IS.
The drive motor normally pulls about 10.2 amps, whether agitating or spinning. It is easier to diagnose when you own an amp probe to determine the currect draw, as we do in the field. We usually run the test with and without the belt attached to eliminate the possibilty of a locked transmission, which could also cause major current draw on your electrical system (Who uses fuses any more?). Other things that can cause a draw-down in power would be a jammed pump. Either of the latter conditions can be checked with a simple turning of all the pulleys by hand which are under the machine.