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Wash cycle water level

I bought my duet as a floor model without a manual so I don't know how much water the wash cycle is supposed to have. it seems to barely have enough to wet the clothes. my house has low water pressure so I wonder if thats part if the problem. if I use the manual rinse cycle it seems to have enough water. I know these machines work differently and I haven't sat and watched an entire wash cycle so I don't know if the water increases later in the cycle.

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The water needed needs to just come up right under the door this is how much water they use cause they use a tumble wash to clean the clothes
low water preasure is a problem but also make sure both water inlets are being used (hot and cold) even if you dont have hot attach a y hose the machine needs both inlets in use
these machines use very low water usage but they still need a fill up point

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