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I have a creda 950DL shower that is no longer providing hot water. It runs cold

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Heater seames gone

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Maybe the pipes are not connected to the heater on the wall. You could heat your water in the machine, if there is a provision; most machines have it.

Posted on Dec 02, 2007

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turn off water valves at wall, disconnect the supply hoses from the washer. where the hoses connect to the washer, there is usually a stainless steel screen/strainer inline on both the hot and cold inlet. corrosion on the cold side is pretty common. Menards, Lowes Home Depot stores sell the replacment screeens.

Posted on Jan 25, 2009

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yes you can just connect the cold water side however you will need to cap off! the hotwater side due to a reverse flow issue when the tub is filling

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my Creda Aqua 9.5 shower loses water temp when water pressure is increased. i have a very low pressure at the moment.why?

Posted on Apr 30, 2010

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check to see if the cold tap is connected to the cold valve on the machine and the hot tap to the hot valve. on the machine it will have cold or c for the cold valve and hot or h for the hot valve. please reply if you need further help.

Posted on May 22, 2010

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