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Is the dyson pure hot and cold energy efficient, I don't see it anywhere on the boc

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Please tell me if an NA VR5500L Panasonic washing machine has a water heater? If it does, how does it work? the drain coming out is cold. THANKS A LOT


The only appliance that heats water internally for cleaning is a dishwasher. Washing machines don;t heat water. It's not efficient. Various industries have work their hardest to keep you from using hot water or the chemicals(phosphates) that help you clean better without it. Dishwashers warm 3 gallons no more than 20 degrees during a 30 minute cycle. Some washing machines are designed to avoid hot water completely and call themselves energy effient to get people to buy them. My wife would cut my heart out if I brought one home.

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While standing over your running faucet, do you ever think about what a shame it is to waste all of that cold water while you wait to feel hot water emerge? Sure you do. (…)

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Becoming more efficient with your heating and cooling


Here are some ways to become more efficient with your heating and cooling. Obviously you do not have to do them in order but try to complete as many as you can! = )
· Buy a laser thermometer! You can use this to detect air leaks (or at least areas with “minor” temperature differences) so you know where to put seals
· Keep blinds shut on hot days and open on cold days----helps reduce temperature extremities
· If the temperature is can be negated by using a t-shirt or a jacket, use that clothing! You will save temperature control costs and still be able to keep warm or cool
· Do not use those old lightbulbs on hot days---they make extra heat increasing cooling bills (but you can use them on cold days to help warm your house)
· Utilize energy star products to increase efficiency comfortably
· Set your thermostat as low as is comfortable in the winter and as high as is comfortable in the summer.
· If you are on vacation, turn of that air conditioning/heating! No one will be in the house if everyone is away and it shouldn’t be too uncomfortable to wait like one hour for the house to cool/heat
· Don’t turn your thermostat up/down just to heat/cool faster---all temperature control changes the house temp at the same rate and if you forget to turn it off, you just wasted some energy there!
· Don’t block heating/cooling vents so that your rooms can be controlled quickly and so that your air actually gets controlled, not your furniture
· Check up your air conditioning and heating systems regularly (not once a month but maybe once every year) so that the systems stay running the best they can
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on Dec 07, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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How does the water get hot


Cold fill is more efficient in energy usage apparently and makes your dishwasher able to have the A+ sticker on it. There is a heating element inside the unit or in the bottom of the washing hole depending on age of the washer that heats everything up

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What year is magic chef model ctb1922grw refrigerator?


There should be a sticker in the FRONT door that has the YEAR manufactured. ENERYSTAR has been around for quite some time. The newer the more efficient but still efficient.

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Kenmore Elite HE3 does not work with Pure Wash system


One of the things to try is get a Y connector for the machine. Hook both ends of the Y to the washer at the hot and cold, then connect the last part to the pure wash. The HF error is HOT FLOW so it is not seeing any hot water pressure. The actual temperature should not be an issue. Also if you have too much water pressure you wont see the bubbles. If that happens just start turning down the cold water valve on the connection to the pure water unit until you see bubbles in the viewing window. I ams sceptical about these machines because you have to reduce the surface tension of water in order for it to clean, that is partly the job of heated water and laundry soap. Also if there is an ozone generator in that unit, there is a consumable part because ozone needs electrolysis to be generated. I cant help but wonder where the hydrogen goes when it is generated.

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Also, the copper pipe that is supposed to carry cold water into tank is very hot, hard/if not impossible to tell cold pipe from hot water pipe. I was told my Rheem AC has an energy feture that release the...


That is normal, the heat just rises from the hot water, the pipe on the right should be cold and if you were to run hot water anywhere in the house it will immediately cool of the cold inlet pipe and you can feel it

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Why does it take over 2 hours to wash a normal load, is there a manual for this machine


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Mar 06, 2010 | Washing Machines

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The wm does not accept cold water. I put it on cold cycle and it does not work the water line is fine... what could be the problem ?


Why has nobody mentioned the fact that if you “draw off” hot water using a tap beside the washing machine you can get “instant” hot water to your hot-fill. I have been doing this for years – now that all my hot water is heated by a crabon-neutral energy source (either wood or solar) I feel it is even more energy efficient.
As for water consumption, my house has a secondary return pipe on the hot water circuit with a temperature sensor fitted to the pump so that it only switches on when you turn a hot water tap on – you than turn the tap off, wait 5-10 minutes while the water circulates, then turn it on again, by which time the hot water only has ashort distance to travel and you don’t waster much down the drain.
However, I have been interested to read about the pros of cold fill only, especially the arguments about such a small volume of water being used anyway and the possibly improved wash performance? Also, I was dismayed to read that washing machines with hot and cold fill don’t use the hot wate very efficiently.
So would I be better off going for a hot and cold machine while they’re still available or going for a high-efficiency cold fill only machine? I am still minded to get an LG with hot and cold fill… comments please?

Dec 04, 2009 | Washing Machines

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