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I would check the water tempeture knob with a multimeter, u did check the water outlet hoses to see u are getting hot and cold water from them? Also if ur water inlet valve is bad it may only allow cold water or only hot water?
Do y7ou have 2 hoses at the back of the machine one for cold water and one connected to the hot water tap of the house. If not then you have a cold water in only. If you have 2 hoses have you connected the hoses into the machine correctly Have you checked to see if your machine has a heating element under the bowl for heating the water. As an appliance shop to verify if you have by the model number of the machine. otherwise you have a cold washing machine and unless you can plumb hot water to it that is all you will have.
I have a Sears front load washer and I also noticed that on a cold wash/cold rinse cycle the machine was drawing hot water.
Laundry detergents require water to be at a certain temperature to aid in disolve. The machine adds sufficient hot water, regardless of the cycle, until that temp is reached. If I was to use a cold water detergent the machine, because it has no way of knowing which detergent I'm using, will still add hot water until that minimum temp is released. I don't know if there are machines available which include detergent type as an option?
2 things it can be if your water pipe were you connect the hose too under the sink has a plastic turn handle to switch the water back on then it is most likely that it has sheard inside it undue the screw that holds it on pull the plastic cover off and with pliers turn until you hear the wate rcome through if not then it will be the solenoid inside your washer that has become faulty were the pipe connects to m8