Question about Washing Machines
Hi Huuum, Thanks for the info on water valve problems. I see how a lack of cold water could cause the wash to be much too hot but that would suggest the machine would fail to fill at all with a cold wash wouldn't it?. This isn't the case. I was wondering if it was a thermostat problem? or is it a temperature sender that the programmer watches to turn off the heater when the selected temperature has been reached? I'll have the covers off later and try to measure what is going on.
ps, this website insists that the BWD129 doesn't exist so I have had to select generic as the product.
Yes you are right!
I did not mention the sensor!
If what you tell me is accurate, the sensor is the next logical part and perhaps the only one left!
I think this is it. As long as the water valve is okay!
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Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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