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Kathy Eikmeier

bypass cold water rinse for speed queen washer

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Kathy Eikmeier

My machine's cold water flow is to slow and my speed queen washer aborts the rinse cycle because it takes to long for the water level to reach the correct level.  Is there some way to bypass the factory set mandate for a cold water rinse?

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16345Ed

Nope, need cold water to get rid of detergent  

 

You need to buy new water inlet valve. You didn’t provide model number so I can’t point you in right direction for valve. 

You maybe be able to clean yours. Remove supply hose and squirt water in valve to rinse sediment out. 

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Kathy Eikmeier

We have cleaned the filter and hose many times, there is no blockage...

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evaappliance
16 hours ago, Kathy Eikmeier said:

We have cleaned the filter and hose many times, there is no blockage...

Will have to check you plumbing to get more pressure to the machine 

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Brian U.

If you have good water pressure from cold supply hose, you"ll need to replace the valve, like Ed suggested.

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