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No hot water flow

Hi I have a Maber WD 1000. I changed the washer of the hot water pipe and now the machine tries to pull hot water but it seems as though it is blocked. hot water will run through the pipe when it is not connected to the machine. please help!!

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Re: no hot water flow

Take the top cover off the machine. You will see 2 wires connected to the hot water valve inside the machine. With the machine unplugged, carefully remove the two wires and connect them to an electric voltage meter. Then plug in the machine and run through a cycle. See if the voltage at the meter is about 110 volts. If it is, then the control board is OK and the problem is a faulty hot water valve which is relatively easy to replace.

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Re: no hot water flow - Malber WD1000 Front Load Washer/Dryer Washing Machines

The hot water valve may be broken.

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