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Cold water won't fill.

We've been having to wedge a sliver of wood behind the temp control knob to get the hot to work. Now after a couple of months the cold is not working. Replace the water inlet valve about 6 months ago so I don't think it's that.

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Turned out to be a frozen water ine which I've never experienced in this house before. Thanks anyways.

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