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No hot wash

If I start the washer on normal cycle (Warm, Hot, or boost), I do not get hot water entering the machine through the whole cycle. Only cold. The only way I can get hot water into the machine is to shut off the cold water and push the short cycle button...then it clicks a few times and lets the hot water enter. Does this machine need a new computer chip? Or an I doing something wrong. You can rule out that the hoses are crossed or clogged...I've been over that a dozen times. It's brand new...4 weeks old.

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Re: No hot wash

If you shut off cold water the sensor will send message to computerized box the machine will not operate. it shut down the machine.

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