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I have just moved into a house that has a new Blanco Dishwasher. The water is not heating inside the unit. I have read the instructions and it states that it needs to be connected via cold water which it is. How does it heat the water? Is there a switch or setting to do this? Or is the dishwasher faulty? Help please

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Only thing i can say its got a in line heater could blown or the termostat i have same problem also had some one out qouted $120 my self trying to find a part now be around$56 do it your self

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