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Machine not filling with hot water

GW712 - Recently moved house and since moved machine will only occasionally fill with hot water.. Bowl will spin but no hot water will come in, machine does not beep.. Have checked at water source and runs freely when not attached to machine.. Also the pressure of the water entering the machine is not as strong as previously.

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First check the filters in the inlet hose and hot water pressure. Sounds to me like the hot water valve is faulty. Test the w/machine on a hot water cycle, if you hear a noise and its not filling it up with water,its a faulty hot water valve. Air pressure?? change the water valve and remember it has a little rubber boot on the old water valve, transfer this to the new valve,or go into option adjustment mode and change you wash temperature settings.

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