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No hot or warm water, checked hot water supply and inlet screen, all OK. cold water only.


You need to replace the "hot water inlet valve". If you have have cold and hot water at the pipes and only cold coming it the valve is bad. Replace with this part.


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Dec 28, 2010 | Fisher and Paykel GWL11 Top Load Washer

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My Bristan Meridian Show start ok with hot water then after a few minutes the water runs cold. Even if you try and increase the temp it still remains cold. You can switch of the shower and start again...


It sounds like 1 of 2 things to me. I will start wit hot water heater. The first test for the water heater is to have someone run the hot water while you hold the hot and cold pipes and see if the water is coming out of the water heater cold when the shower goes cold. Of the water heater is cold coming out then the problem is in the heater. ether a lower element is bad or the dip tube is broken at the top of the tank. if the hot water heater continues to put out hot water when the shower goes cold then it has to be the mixing valve for the hot and cold mix at the shower and that valve will have to be repaired or replaced. hope this gives you a good start. let me know if I can help further.

Dec 24, 2010 | Home

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GE WPSR3100W0AA Does not run on Hot-Cold temperature mode, only on cold- cold or warm-cold. Hot water hose and faucet are ok and ON.


you can switch the hoses to verify that the temp selector is working if you have the cold water supplied to the hot side and run the machine on hot-cold side and nothing comes out then replace the water inlet valves.

Nov 21, 2010 | GE Profile WPSR3100W

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Our atwood heater is firing up ok and running for a good while then turning itself off but we dont get any hot water out of the hot taps. Our water pump is working ok but we have this funny tap within the...


Cold goes in bottom fitting of water heater, so that valve has to be open, and hot comes out the top, so that has to be open, if there is one there, but any valve in between needs to be closed. There are a few variations so if you can explain where your valves are located in the system more precisely, I can help better. Perhaps you can send a digital picture with reply?

Nov 11, 2010 | RTO Atwood Water Heater - 6 Gal LP

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The machine will only fill with hot water. I have switched the feed lines and even turned off the cold water and gotten the same result. Is this a bad solenoid?


Your COLD inlet valve is faulty. By swapping the hoses you have cold water coming in via the hot inlet valve. However, most machines will only rinse with cold water, but your machine thinks the water is hot. So...it won't rinse! Replace the cold valve or change the wires from the cold to the hot valve...Some electronic machines can be damaged by doing this. Non electronic machines could be ok...Good luck....Nomess

Apr 23, 2010 | Washing Machines

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MAchine fills slowly. Have cleaned the screens.


Check the solenoid. You can swap the hot and cold water hoses and set the wash for hot but cold will come out. Then you can see if the flow is better. If it is the cold valve isn't opening all the way.

Mar 11, 2010 | Washing Machines

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I have replaced my electric water heater and I have checked everything I can think of and I still run out of hot water in 3 minutes. What on earth is the problem.


3 minutes?? does the water run cold then? or just warm?
Is this what the tank you replaced was doing? If so, then you may have: 1 a recirculating pump instant hot water system thats faulty and allowing cold water backflow into hot water piping. 2 A tempering valve that has stuck, allowing cold water into your hot water system.
Or maybe a broken or missing dip tube in your new heater.
If after 3 minutes the water is coming cold out leave that faucet running and go to heater and feel the hot water outlet pipe from the heater. if that pipe is hot then the heater is not the problem. If the hot pipe from the heater is cold the heater is the problem. (Make sure the cold pipe coming into the heater is connected to the Right side marked "cold" !) If there is a tempering valve by the heater: feel the output from the tempering valve, if it is cold and the pipe from the heater to the tempering valve is hot, then the tempering valve is the problem. If all these are OK somewhere in your plumbing system hot and cold may be connected possibly a faucet or showerhead that is shut off at the spout/head, but hot/cold handles are left turned on then cold water can backflow thru hot pipe.

Jan 18, 2010 | Rheem 40 GAL ELEC TALL Water Heater 6YR SC...

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This on demand hot water heater works ok but it sends a gallon of cold water through it before the hot water starts. Is there a way to tweak it so it starts heating the water right away?


feel the pipes coming from the water while you turn the hot water on. It does come out hot, but it has to push the cold water through the lines first (the water that has been sitting in the pipe)

Dec 05, 2009 | Bosch Water Heaters AquaStar 250SXO...

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Cold water no flow on Kenmore front load washer


Check cold hose to see if it is clogged or the filter in the end of it is. Make sure water freely coming out from the tap. If that is all ok then replace the watter control valve on the cold side.

Dec 31, 2008 | Kenmore 43142 Front Load Washer

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