Question about Washing Machines
The first thing to check are the screens at the inlet of your washer hoses. Turn off water supply to washer then remove the hoses at the washer side,then look into the inlet valves and you should see one screen in each hose inlet,carefully pry out the screens and clean in the sink then reinstall screens and the hoses and check for leaks.. this should speed up your cold water fill,you may still have to replace the control switch or solenoind valve assy to get your hot water..Easy job hope this helps GOOD LUCK
Posted on Sep 08, 2010
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