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WHIRLPOOL AWO/D 5726 - cold water feed only?

Am just about to have a new washing machine (as above) delivered and just wondered if this has hot and cold feed or cold only.

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Most washers now made in the u/k, are cold fill only, but if the new washer is hot and cold fill, and you only have a cold supply, then it will tell you in the installation guide how to connect it to use it from cold only.
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