Question about Washing Machines
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Front load washers use very little water. Most modern FL washers don't even fill to the bottom of the door, and it's easy to become concerned..I know how you feel.
If the machine is completing the full wash cycle, it's recognising that there is enough water to continue. Capturing and measuring the amount of water used, and comparing with manufacturers specificatrions can help.
If it stops mid way, it could be because there is a slow or faulty water inlet valve.
Check with the manufacturer/service agent to ascertain the water useage.
You may need to call a serviceman to physically check the machine, for your peace of mind...
Good luck Nomess
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