Question about Washing Machines
Hello, if this has been happening since the washer was purchased it may be that the inlet valve was hooked up the wrong way around, By this I mean the inlet valve's are a duel valve. You should access the valve which can normally be done from the rear of the machine. there will be a hot wire going to the hot water side and a hot going to the cold water side and then a looped common/neutral. switch the hot wires for the hot and cold and see if this repairs the problem...although it's extremely rare it may have been an error on manufacture. I hope this helps!! good luck, if you have any further questions or concerns please feel free to comment again :)
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