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PROBLEM WITH COLD OR HOT WATER

WHEN IS MACHINE SET ON REGULAR COTTON HOT WATER IS ALMOST COLD BUT NOT EVEN CLOSE TO 125 F.

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  • aduvnjak Dec 01, 2008

    YOU HAVE RIGHT BUT I CHECK ON WATER TEMPERATURE WHEN IS RINSING AND WATER IS STILL COLD.I EVEN TURN MACHINE OFF IN THE MIDDLE OF CYCLE AND CHECK ON TEMERATURE AND STILL WATER WAS COLD

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Machine does not heat your water immediately. If water comes out of house valve cold at first then that is what goes into washer. Please contact me if you need further help and leave feedback. Thanks for letting me help you!

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