Question about Washing Machines
First thing to do is of course check to make sure the cold water is turned on. sorry i had to put that in there. you can take off the cold hose at the washer and check to see if there is a blockage such as calcium deposits which can block the line. if all that is clear then you will probably need to have the inlet valve replaced.
Posted on Jul 30, 2010
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