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Samsung SW65ASP2 My cold water is not filling (very slow) It is not the tap or the hose. I have even change the mesh filters in the water inlet connectors. At the final rinse it stops and registers 7E on the electronic read out window. Can anyone help?

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Re: Samsung SW65ASP2

If you are sure there is sufficient water pressure at the hose, then your inlet valve is on the blink....replace it.(the unit where your hose connects onto) Oshie

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What does de error means..

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