Question about Washing Machines
It will be whatever your water heater is set for minus some degrees for heat loss for the distance the pipes have to travel to get to the washer.
Posted on May 07, 2008
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The F20 error is a no water detected entering machine error and yes it is related to the hot water not being hooked up.
Newer washers sense and control the incoming water temperature. If you select cold wash and cold rinse you may think that it will not ask for hot water so you don't need it hooked up but you can't do that on this washer.
Even on a cold wash the temperature sensor will read the temperature of the incoming water. If your cold water is 60 degrees then the control will sense this and it may cycle the hot water on to bring the temperature up to 70 degrees.
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