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We had a water interruption. Cleaned rust from inlet affter water restored. Since then times for each cycle are incorrect (hand wash 63 min, etc.). All my water temps are correct for each cycle, time is not. All other options are also unselected, nothing is different from before. Only the time for each cycle is incorrect

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Its still got a water fill problem its to slow filling up
and its wating for the water to fill it up,,,
why do they call it a hand wash?
when its in a washing machine????????hmmm!

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