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WHAT IS THE CORRECT WASH TEMP FOR THIS MACHINE?

TEMP IS 154 WHEN WASHING IS THIS CORRECT?IF NOT WHAT IS THE CORRECT WASH TEMP.THE RINSE TEMO IS AT 192 DEGREES

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Between 150 and 165 is good for wash. between 180 and 195 is good for rinse.

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