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  1. Hello, I am new to the world of washing machines and have recently read a great deal in a short time. I am buying a machine for a housing association. I read around and it seems that the consensus is that boiler fed machines are inefficient because most of the water is cold as it has been sitting in the pipes. I eventually settled on a Miele pw6065. It has a hot inlet and a cold inlet so this confused me; because with my limited knowledge the hot fill made me think it was boiler fed, or partly at least. I contacted the merchant and they said that it cannot be compared to the old, inefficient boiler fed machines and this can run off cold only or hot feed only or both feeds. Considering my concerns about the inefficiency of hot water feed, it seems that the best way to connect it would be just cold water feed. Obviously I don't know what i am talking about so any advice would be gratefully received. Thanks
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