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Hi Karen. Problem may be the internal "tap" that operates electrically. First test - If you are trying for a cold wash, try a hot wash. If maching begins to fill you know this tap is your problem. There are 3 solutions if this is the case
1) swap hot and cold water hoses at the tap and tell machine to do a hot wash - only good if you only want cold washes
2) check where hoses connect to machine at rear - sometimes a fine mesh filter that has become clogged - may be at either end.
3) Replace the internal "tap"(solinoid). This "tap" has a rubber diaphram inside that may become stuck if the machine has not been used for a while. it can be easily dismantled and reasembled by a handyman.
hi sounds like u could have self pluming taps on your hot cold pipes common for them to get blockd due 2 hard water need 2 replace taps or remove and clean holes out in old taps hope im right from washerman27
hi is this hot and cold water piped machine? ie two connections on rear of machine for hot and cold pipes ? if so are your pipes connected properly on machine and the water supplies? if cold supply is connected to hot supply then wash inlet allows water in washer then washes in cold? but when rinse is due? the elec valve that has hot water pipe connected?? is failing to open allowing water flow of hot on rinse so advise recheck pipes for flow of water from both? when disconnected from machine if flow ok then possible valve blocked/faulty hope you can understand above? if you can give more info on your machine it would help to offer a remedy?
it depends if you have the connections already there. If not then you can make a tee branch from the hot and cold pipes running to your kitchen sink. Then solder 2 15mm branch pipes. this will now be your hot and cold feeds to your machine. At the end of the branches attatch a washing machine valve (red for hot, blue for cold. You can now attach the hoses from the machine to the valves you have just fitted. Really easy
Yes. There is a part that allows you to connect the cold water supply to both the hot and cold inlet hoses. It has worked successfully on our 6100 for 8 years or so. I think it was part of the original kit rather than a subsequent purchase - it's a Y-shaped yoke with an inlet connection and two outlets that accept the two hoses feeding the inlets of the machine. From memory i tink the situation is mentioned in the user manual somewhere.