Bosch WFB2004 Washing Machine with Very Hot Water Washing
No matter which setting I use, the machine washes at a very high water temperature (so I have some rather small clothes now!)
I think the thermostatic is faulty, is this easy to fix if this is the problem?
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Bosch WFMC3301UC washer. The water will not flow into the machine.
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Clogged/defective/burnt out hot water valve. Disconnect hot water hose and clean the filter in the valve inlet. If this did not help, check if there is power to the hot water valve when it's supposed to fill. If there is power, but no water is coming into the washer - replace the valve.
There are a lot of things to consider when trying to solve this problem. Obviously a front loader washes differently than a top loader. Top loaders tend to using a washing motion that is good for stains but wear out your clothes fast. Front loaders typically use less water and wash more gently, but in some ways still do better than top loaders. Anyway, think about any other variables that go into the laundry equation. Consider the distance the machine is from your water heater. This machine will use MUCH less water to fill than your old one, and, you know how when you turn a faucet on hot it takes a minute for the hot water to actually get there? It's the same way with your machine. If there's a sink next your washer, you should always turn on the hot water on the faucet until it gets hot right before you start the machine. The same goes for dishwashers. If there's not a sink close you can easily turn up the temperature for all hot water on your water heater, although that will use more energy.
Consider what detergent you're using. If you're using high efficiency detergent (like Tide he) maybe you should switch to your old brand. If you're using your old brand of detergent, try getting a high efficiency detergent.
With no clothes in the washer start a program. The washe level is below the door glass. the rinse level comes up 3 cm on the glass. The washer is designed to be water efficent. If you are not getting water this high, look at the pressure switch hose, maybe it is restricted and causing the pressure to be held in the washer.