I AM GETTING ONLY HOT WATER WHEN SELECTING EITHER HOT,WARM OR COLD WASH TEMPERATURES. WATER SOURCE FROM HOUSE APPEARS TO BE OKAY. I DO HAVE A TAKAGI TANKLESS WATER HEATER, WOULD THIS HAVE ANY AFFECT ON THE TEMP?
WHAT SHOULD I LOOK FOR TO REMEDY THE PROBLEM?
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Re: COLD WATER WASH
When switching on the machine, is there a slight buzzing from the rearm if so the water supply is not getting to the machine, if there is no buzzing and the water supply is ok (proven) then the fault could be an open circuit water solenoid (thats the valve in the machine that lets water in) this is a fairly simple repair, i take it you do have a separate supply for cold and hot to the machine
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If you have hot or warm wash selected and you get no hot water, a possible cause is that the solenoid inlet valve on the hot connection has failed. Try connecting the hot tap to the cold inlet on the back of the machine, and selecting cold wash. If you then get hot water coming in you will know it is almost certainly the solenoid inlet valve on the hot connection.
This is a common problem with hot water lines to washing machines. The hose connecting the washing machine to the hot water supply has a small screen in the inlet of the hose. These are used to keep grit, etc from getting into the washing machine and causing bigger problems. Here's what to do: Pull the washing machine away from the wall a little so you can access the shut-off's. Turn off the hot and the cold water valves. Take the hot water hose off the valve and check the screen in the rubber washer of the inlet hose. Replacement screen/washers are available at local hardware stores for a couple bucks. You can clean the old ones, just be careful not to damage the rubber washer because that's what keeps your hose from leaking when you reinstall it on your faucet. While you're at it, clean the cold water screen as well. REcheck your fill on a hot cycle... you've most likely solved your issue!
Or you could have only the cold water hose hooked up and selecting hot wash only. Or you have the hot hose hooked up only and selecting cold wash only. Try selecting a warm wash and see if you get cold or hot water only. If you do, you'll know which is missing.
F-20 error code in Whirlpool Duet Sport washing machine is indication of inadequate water supply. Check both hot and cold water supply lines to make sure machine gets enough water intake. If you do not have a hot water supply to the machine you can only run it with the cold temperature setting. This machine does not have an internal water heater and relies on the hot water supply from the house water heater.
The easiest possibility is no hot water coming from supply,I have seen the valve turned off,input hose normaly has a filter where it attatches to the machine and they can get clogged.If neither of these solves problem just try hot valve to confirm water supply does work and if so more than likely the valve that hoses are connected to likely source of problem.
Most washing machines do not heat water, they merely let the hot water into the wash tub that comes from your house hot water heater.... when selecting warm, hot and cold water will be mixed together to get warm or when selecting cold.. only the cold water is allowed into the wash tub.. Please provide brand and model number of machine so I can tailor a reply toward your specific washer...
It sounds like your water inlet valve (also known as a Mixing Valve on some washers) HOT solenoid is sticking open. When you select either a hot or cold wash cycle, separate solenoids open or close to allow only cold water to enter the washer on the cold wash cycles and hot water to enter on the hot cycles. If the hot solenoid stays open, you will have hot water mixing with your cold water during the cold cycles. The result is warm water. I would recommend you replace the water inlet valve. This is a job the average DIYer can do. Please post back with your model number and I can assist you with locating a part number and/or give you specifics on how to access the valve to replace it.