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Washing machine panasonic NAF70B3 model - 1st rinse water level is very little

I noticed after 1st wash with detergent, there is very little water (one mug) for the 1st rinse then it spin again but for the last rinse the water will go up to the correct level covering the clothes . 1) May i know why there is so little water for the 1st rinse? my previous panasonic unit - for both rinse the water level always cover the clothes.

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