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When washing on cold cycle hot water is deispensed

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  • Anonymous Jul 17, 2008

    Water is not cold when washing on cold cycle. Made sure both faucets were on. Suspect some thermostat that controls the temp or some valve that opens or closes to let water in is stuck open for the hot.

  • texasohiomom Jul 17, 2008

    The hoses are connected accurately and I am not getting an error message. If I shut off the hot water and run a cold cycle, no water comes out. The cold water is working from the wall but why isn't it going into the washer?

  • sjensen Jan 05, 2009

    Cold is HOT. Hoses correctly connected. Worked for years until last month. Thoughts?

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Reverse the fill hoses on the back of the washer

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