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Rinse cycle temperature

No hot water for warm rinse cycles , manual or auto. Hot water OK in wash cycles. Temp control switch contacts check OK.

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  • Anonymous Mar 01, 2008

    thank you ggomez for your reply as I was experiencing the same problem and after a simple test of the thermostat I found out I need a new one which I aready replaced. all is fine now.

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You may have a problem with your Temp Switch or the Sensor Thermistor.  Very easy to check and fix depending on your technical ability.  Both of these parts are connected off the Automatic Temperature Control Board.  

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