Washing coming out REALLY HOT even after cool spin
After doing a spin on my washer the washing is coming out really really hot and still damp (even after the cool down spin). In fact it is so hot inside the machine that is is impossible to remove the washing.
Re: Washing coming out REALLY HOT even after cool spin
This might be too easy but you have definetly check that the pipes are the right way around that connect your washer or you have not accidently connected the washer to the hot water, the 3135 only has 1 connection that shuld only have cold water put into it. This would also effect it drying capability.
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The problem with getting hot water to today's modern washers is really an old problem. In the days of the old top loader that used 20-25 gallons per load, hot water washing was fine. Today's washers only use 4-8 gallons of water. And they bring the water in not in one spurt, but often in short, cyclic bursts while tumbling the clothes to get them uniformly wet. The problem is in the water lines themselves. Water lines are typically uninsulated, and the water between the hot water heater and the washer will cool rapidly when sitting still, especially if the water lines run in a concrete slab or in a crawl space under a house. If may take 2-3 gallons of water before the water gets really hot. Add to that the fact that we have been conditioned to turn our water heaters down to 120F or less and you'll find that HOT water in the washer is barely tepid. Use of a tankless hot water heater at the washer is the best solution, but can be costly to install.
What happens if you turn of the cold water valve at the supply and do a hot fill....leave the Hot water supply valve open? Do you hear water filling the wash tub or do you error out with a NF error code for no fill?............. D*ick
If the shaking is during the spin cycle and you are using the High setting change it to Medium. This may fix the problem and the clothes will probably come out even dryer since the drum is not banging around.
If the washer fills very slowly when you have it on a cold setting the cold water may be shut off behind you washer or possibly the hot and cold are switched. if that is not the problem then you have a relay problem with the machines electrical system.
What a great energy saver response....run water through another tap in the house in order to fill the pipes with hot water! I have the same problem; cannot even get WARM water in my tub. I have 2 solutions: #1, on my incoming water pipes are regular faucet handles which I am going to attach a hose on the hot side that will reach into the washer and manually mix the temperature. #2, purchase an old refurb washer at a used appliance store that HAS a hot-water setting and hope they will take the "wonderful, new energy saver" as a trade. There are just some times you really need HOT water. I can't imagine washing diapers in cold, although I haven't had to do that in many years. Energy saving factory settings: capital "B", capital "S"!!!
more than likely that your timer dial has a fault on it to replace your timer dial is alot if u need the 90 degree wash then you really are better off buying a new washer just as cheap to do it this way sorry for the bad news theres nothing you can really do sorry yet again m8