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Don't have your model so I couldn't bring up the schematic some will run with an open thermal fuse I suspect thermal fuse which is non resettable I've only run across a bad thermistor once based on the age check the exhaust exiting the house and at the dryer this a safety fuse designed to open due to excessive heat if the dryer cannot breath restricted exhaust.
Sounds like the heating matrix/element has failed, or some other internal component has failed. If you can return it under warranty, do so. Otherwise you'll have to pay an appliance repair engineer to repair it for you.
I had thi problem.I removed the heater element but there was nothing wrong with it when tested .Do not do this as it is hard to get element back in What I done was remove the top of machine and pulled connector of temperature knob It was corroded.I sprayed the connection with WD40and shoved it on and off a couple of times and hey presto it worked .Themachine is heating again
you can have just cold but you will need to have both hoses, (presuming it's hot and cold fed washer), connected to the water otherwise the machine will be waiting for the water to flow that isn't there. you can buy 'y-shaped' adaptors for this purpose.
the water is heated inside the machine to correct temp anyway.