Question about Washing Machines
On a washing machine?
You have a hot fill inlet, you have a cold fill inlet. The controller dictates how much hot water and cold water to get the right temperature for the wash you have chosen. This is tested by the thermostat in base of the drum. The heater then warms the water to the correct temperature for the full wash.
Some washers are cold fill only and the heater in the washing machine does all the work. The wash cycles take a lot longer.
If you are in fact talking about a water cooler not getting cold, check the air filters and for dust on the compressor fins.
Posted on Jan 13, 2016
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