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Beko eco care WMA 10W: The washing is always very

Beko WMA 10W: The washing is always very hot at the end of the washing cycle, even if the cold wash (program 5) is selected.

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    Gerry Harvey May 11, 2010

    Assuming both hot cold fill hoses are correctly fitted and both supplies are on try checking cold water solonoid valve could be faulty....

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Eko eco care wma10w is making loud noise when on full spin, have looked at belt seems to be fine

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