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Only hot water pipe going in

It seems there is only a hot water inlet and no cold water pipe on our machine, which means the water going in is the temperature of the boiler. This means it is too hot most of the time and is rinsing wit hot water. We have tried turning the temperature down at the boiler which is okay but a bit of a pain. Does anyone else have this same problem. I've done a couple of jumpers already and all my other clothes have shrunk a size or two.

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Hi if there is one water valve it will be a cold water one not the hot one

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Don't know that particular make, but if there's only one water inlet available the machine should use its own electric heater. A "Wash Temp" setting switch should be available.

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