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The water during the cycle does not heat up. Has the heating element gone? Regards Zika

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There is a way to test the elementy to see i f the element is indeed burnt out. You will need to get a continuity tester. First shut off all power to unit. Once you have shut off the power, remove wiring from both posts of the element. (remember to mark the wires as to replace them correctly when finished) once you have removed the wiring take your tester and touch one probe to one post the other probe to the other post. If you get a signal from the tester your element isn't burnt out and your problem lies elsewhere. Good Luck

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Posted on Jul 17, 2009

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1. Unplug washer or disconnect power.
2. Check the water temperature sensor. Refer to the
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Hi There
I have this for to read and hope this helps out. Let me know how this works out.
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Thank you for writing to fix ya.
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