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Hi there, washing machine is doing the full wash cycle but with cold water, can you help? thank you. paolo

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    The water isn't getting hot but the wash does a full cycle

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Some things to check. Is the hot water valve turned on? Is the hot water hose strainer and machine inlet strainer clear of clogs? If neither of those is the problem, then it has to be either the water temperature selector or the hot water solenoid valve. Depends on how handy you are if you want to tackle troubleshooting and possibly replacing ether of these.

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