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Hi, I have a Hoover HSW2125M washer-dryer which isn't happy. Last month it started filling with water; even when switched off, so I unplugged and disconnected it, but found that the (sole) water supply was connected to the hot water feed (rather than cold). I took the covers off and checked the pipes and pump for blockages or a faulty valve, but it all appeared fine. So I re-fitted the covers and gave it a test, and the wash cycle finished as expected; however the wash did not clean the clothes and it seems that the water had not been heated. This leads me to believe that the machine was only doing a wash cycle at the temperature of the incoming water. Is it possible that 2-3 years of hot water entering the cold feed has affected the element/thermostat or some other part of the machine? any suggestions? Many Thanks Rob

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Hey man i'd have to see it but did you check your temp switch? like i said i'd have to see it firs.but check the schematic in the water system.
good luck

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