1. The washer is designed to only supply cold water when rinsing. If the cold water hose and hot water hose are connected to the opposite faucets, your laundry may get hot. 2. Make sure that the Inlet hoses are correctly connected to the right faucets. (blue color for cold water hose, red color for hot water hose) 3. Make sure that the Inlet hoses are correctly connected to your washer. (blue color for cold water hose, red color for hot water hose) 4. If the connection of the Inlet hoses to the washer is incorrect, turn the faucets off. 5. Turn the inlet hoses to the left to unscrew them from the faucets and from the washer. 6. Connect the detached inlet hoses to the washer, matching the color of the water supply valves, and turn them to the right to tighten them as much as possible. 7. Your faucets may be mis-labeled, with cold water coming from the red and hot water from the blue. 8. Connect the red hose for hot water, and the blue hose for cold water according to the temperature of the water supply. 9. Turn on the faucets to check for the water supply and water leaks.
The laundry is hot after wash. -The cold/hot Inlet hoses connected to the opposite faucet-
(Front Loading Washer, Top Loading Washer)