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Kenmore 70 series washer

When filling washer the water comes out fast and warm. When it reaches the rinse cycle water it is very slow and cold. I have started to wait for the rinse cycle and then turn the dial back to fill until it fills up and then I turn it to the rinse cycle to finish. All the rinse cycles are the same slow and cold for all the different wash cycles and all the fills are warm and fast. This is only affecting the rinse cycle.

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If you can see a constant water pressure from the hot and cold, chances are the water solenoid valves are ok.

I would look towards resetting to factory and checking the main control unit.

Posted on May 11, 2014

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