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No cold water or water hammer when the washer begins to fill the tub.

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Hi, Does the cold water valve hum when you start the washer? Put settings on cold and start washer. If the valve hums, remove the hose and check to see if there is sand or rust plugging the screen (DO NOT remove the screen) Just scrap it or flush it with the cold water hose. If the valve does not hum, you will need to change the mixer iblet valve. Please let me know if I can assist you further or order you the part you need.

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