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HOT WATER NOT COMING INTO MACHINE

The hot water line is connected properly, however, hot water does not come into the machine; when I turn to Hot/Cold, nothing happens, when I turn to warm/warm then water comes in but its cold. what could be the problem?

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Lets see hear.what the water fill hoses are connected to is call the water fill valve.when you select a water temp.,electricty will then go to ither water valve coil or both for warm.so if your not getting hot it could be first that the fill screens at the hose at the water valve is blocked .but most of the time thats not true of hot because minerals drop out in the water heater before getting to the water valve,unlike the cold water.so if screen is clean,next would be voltage to the water valve.if its getting voltage but not working then its the water valve.if its not getting voltage then use the wiring diagram to see what componet is before the water valve.may be water selector switch or timer

Posted on Jan 03, 2009

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