The 1995 cold water connection is on the left and the hot water connection on the right, if you look at the back of the washing machine.
When hot water was introduced, the next logical step was where to put this new faucet, right on the other side of the cold faucet - on the left! So the logical answer is that the hot faucet is on the left, as people are generally right-handed and the cold faucet is the most commonly used.
Remove the lid and ask someone to watch the cold flow. If water comes out, it is a cold pipe. Otherwise, leave the cold on and open the stove. If no water comes out, there is a ■■■■ line.
1 Screw the water supply hoses from the washing machine to the connections on the back of the washing machine. When the pipes are marked, remember to mark who goes to the hot water tap and who goes to the cold water tap. Do not overdo it. Install the water supply pipes, from hot to hot and from cold to cold.
As for the difference between hot and cold water pipes, there is no difference. The only reason they are flagged is to help you identify them. It doesn’t matter if I’m the other way around.
Replace the water hose. Find the hot and cold valves under the sink. Turn each knob counterclockwise to stop dispensing water. Connect the supply lines by turning the nut that secures the supply line to the shut-off valve counterclockwise with a wrench.
Hot to hot, cold to cold Tightening can damage pipe ■■■■■■■■■ Hot and cold laundry taps should also be labeled. Otherwise it has to stay warm.
A washing machine is usually connected to the cold and hot water system, but many of them only work with cold water, while dishwashers usually only use cold water. When your machine is powered by the hose that feeds the kitchen faucet, the water from the pipe network is pressurized.
Some washing machines have an ATC (Automatic Temperature Control) switch that controls the fill water. Some of these switches are programmed to detect when the water supply hoses have been changed. If your washing machine switch detects this by mistake, it will fill with hot water instead of cold water. This switch may need to be replaced.
Empty the washing machine Find a drain hose to connect the detergent drain to. Use a hacksaw to cut the pipe and install a Y-piece or a T-piece depending on the direction of the pipe. Run a 2-inch ABS pipe on the wall behind the washer.
Activate the cold water temperature control and hold your hand under running water in the basket to check the temperature. If water does not flow into the tub, call the temperature controller to see if hot water flows from the wall faucet to the unit.
Clockwise means clockwise movement. Most of the screws and bolts are tightened and the taps close by turning them clockwise.
DO NOT overtighten when connecting hoses to suction valves and washing machine. Try squeezing the small rubber washer on the end of the tube to make a good seal. A good seal is good (if one of the pipes is leaking, you can tighten them a little to stop the leak).
To unplug a washing machine, turn the taps behind the washing machine clockwise. Then take the machine off the wall and remove it. Place a bucket behind the machine to catch the drain, then twist the ends of the pipes counterclockwise to loosen them from the wall.