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Melanie, it sounds like you will need to have a plumber come in and seperate your hot and cold pipes. This will be required for proper operation of your washer. Have him install a common hot/cold shut off. The job shouldnt be that difficult to get you up and running.
Posted on Mar 31, 2008
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