Question about Frigidaire ATF6000ES Front Load Washer
Make sure that you are getting water out of the hot side. Close both faucets, and remove the hot side washer hose. Have something at the ready to catch the water. A bucket will do fine. Inspect both ends of the hose. Usually, there is a screen there to catch any sediment. Inspect the hot connection to the solenoid valve at the back of the washer. There's usually a screen there, too. If you note any specks of debris, pull the screen(s) out and clean. Reconnect the hose to the hot faucet. Pointing the open end at the bucket, open the water valve, making sure that you are getting water there.
>> If you are getting plenty of water at the faucet and through the hose, the problem is probably the solenoid valve. Replace, but unplug the washer first.
>> If the water supply is lacking, you have plumbing issues.
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