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There are debri screens in many styles of washer fill hoses that can block up. And the end that connects to the back of your machine also has a reachable screen filter up inside the water valve inlet that can also block up.
Disconnect the water fill hose at the machine and check screens ... clean or replace if needed.
The screen are usually attached to the hose washer and will pop out manually with a small screwdriver or knife. Then turn the water valve on with the free end of the hose aimed into your washer tub to make sure you have free water flow from the faucet to the water valve. If all screens are clean and clear but still no water pressure going into the washer after reconnecting your hoses then you can suspect the water valve inlet assembly.
Your water inlet valve is leaking through. Turn off the water. Remove the hoses from the washer. Clean the sediment screens in the water valve and replace the hose. If that does not solve the leak through problem,the water inlet valve will have to be replaced. Use the attached video to show how to access the inside of the washer in the event the water valve needs replacing.
Check if the volume of water supplied to the washer from the water line through the hoses attached
to it is good. If yes, the screen inside
the water-inlet valve if it is clean. If clean, the water inlet valve is defective and you need to replace it. The water inlet valve is located inside the washer on the upper back portion. It is where the water supply hoses are attached to.
HI, the main reason for no cold water will eb a faulty inlet water vale assembly but, it is best to rule out any minor issue that m,ay cause this as well. check the following devices and hoses for faults. replace the water valve assembly if the the below inspection points check out ok.
1. check the cold water wall faucet. make sure the faucet screen is clear of debris and, the faucet is all the way open.
2. Check the water inlet hose for obstructions and kinks. if the hose is knotted or kinked, straighten if possible or, replace.
3. Check the Selector switch(Water temperature switch on control panel)- This is an uncommon problem area but, its worth testing.