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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Most washing machines do not heat water, they merely let the hot water into the wash tub that comes from your house hot water heater.... when selecting warm, hot and cold water will be mixed together to get warm or when selecting cold.. only the cold water is allowed into the wash tub.. Please provide brand and model number of machine so I can tailor a reply toward your specific washer...
Posted on Sep 21, 2008
yea you should be able to just when you remove the old one mark witch wire went to witch connection by marking it some how i personaly take one wire at a time wrap it with a small piece of white tape and write the letters on the piece of tape then when i replace with the new one i cant mess it up also look for any of the wire connections to see if any have to be or have been jumped out
Posted on Dec 14, 2008
make sure it is not telling you room temp, some of the Honeywells, will display room temp over desired temp. check that, if it wont let you switch temp than buy a new one, if you dont have a heat pump a new cheap stat is around 20.00.
Posted on Jan 02, 2009
remove the front cover of the airconditioning unit, you will find a sensor bulb, (coppertube with a round tip) close to the coil. pull it away around an inch. either the sensor is taking the coils temp and not the air.
Posted on May 09, 2009
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