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If it's definitely cold water running in then it's an unusual fault. Read my article on the subject and the article linked in it - Clothes come out of washing machine hot plus this one should clothes come out warm?

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many thanks for the reply. Ive just rechecked and its definately cold running in. Ive just put the machine through a 90 deg wash and all seems ok. Washing was cold after cycle. Will try it back on a 40 deg wash tomorrow to see if it is related to that program.

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Not sure how to ask a question on this forum so tell me if I am wrong. My Bosch Classixx Express is at least 7 years old. It fills a bit and drains a bit but the drum is not turning but the belt must still be on because it feels the same when I spin it. Unclogged all pipes, tubes, etc. I hate to spend £70-100 on a repair person when I will have to buy a new one. Best advice please (Bosch are now £500 yipes or should I get one that costs £200?)

Help please.

Michele

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You should start a new topic Michelle unless you post on a topic which is already discussing the same issue you have. I have an article on the subject of a washing machine where the drum isn't turning here http://www.whitegoodshelp.co.uk/washing-machine-not-spinning-drum-not-turning/

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