Do I Hook up the Hot Water to the Dryer or the Washing Machine?


You would hook up your hot water to the washing machine. Absolutely no water is hooked up to the clothes dryer and doing so will cause irreparable damage, not to mention the fire hazard.
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1. Turn off the water supply to the washing machine. Turn the valve clockwise until it stops. 2. Unscrew the washing machine’s cold-water hose from the supply valve. 3. Wrap
Letter H is stamped out on back of washing machine above or beside correct inlet for hot water.
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