Question about Washing Machines
I have water supply to m/c
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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First make sure you are getting water to the unit. There should be an 1/8" line supplying water to the unit on the back side and the line may be bent or kinked. If there is a good water supply then the next thing to check is the inline filter if it has one or it may have an internal filter system, check it. If at this point you are still not getting water then it will be in the electrical system ie: the solenoid switch that opens and closes the water supply for the ice maker.
Now you have said that you are not even getting water to the faucet so I would go with the water supply problems as being the problem.
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