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Re: I have a 110 series washer.Why can't I get hot...
I would like to help, but need more info please, is your hotwater turned on at the washer? if so, then i would look at 2 things.the first is the water fill valve, it sometimes becomes clogged at the screen. Take your hoses off at the washer and look into the valve to see if the screen is clogged, or the valve may just be bad and need replaced
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You will have to be specific about what problem the pump is having. It seems to pump ok for everything else. Could the hot solenoid be shorting and sending electricity down the water to bother the pump? Solenoids are not real expensive, try a new one.
The MAH5500 series washers have automatic temperature control functions so the washer can control water temp regardless of water heater settings and other factors. I would say either your definition of "hot" is not truly "hot" (over 110 degrees), or the washer's ability to sense has failed (which would also affect fill temp on "wash" fills also). If someone has worked on the washer recently, maybe they reversed the wiring to the water valves inside the machine? ATC temps are as follows: Cold 70-90, warm 90-110, and hot is unregulated at 110 degrees and up. These are normal temp ranges for ATC controlled machines, and are completely safe for fabrics.
You could try reversing the water lines and see when you select hot if cold comes out strong. If it does not then it should be the valve. If it comes out good in reverse, it could be the tempature sensor. Here is the link to parts and diagrams.
first be sure you are getting a good flow of cold as far as the washer connection..if so ck inside washer connection for a small wire screen be sure it's not plugged if so clean and flish line to remove anything inside hose ..be sure to put screen back in ..if still no cold suspect bad cold section of valve..replace valve..last remote possibility temp switch is bad
its in your cold water line valve to the washer if it works good with hot water the valve are incoming line being blocked when you turn it on the pressure comes in fast then when pressure is gone water slows down so when its off the pressure builds back up it runs fast then slow