On Wed, 04 Feb 2004 20:46:41 GMT, email@example.com wrote:
Yes they will, Mark.
Some actually have cold fill only whereas others have hot and cold.
On the latter, you can use a Y connector and feed cold into both
Most modern fabrics are washed at no more than 40-50 degrees and the
detergents match that. Even the traditional higher temperatures used
with cottons and linens are normally not necessary with suitable
detergents and can actually screw up some of their components anyway,.
On the higher temperature washes, so little hot is normally taken in
for most cycles that there is little advantage and you might as well
let the electric element inside do the work.
To email, substitute .nospam with .gl
Indeed, in some houses (ours, anyway) the amount drawn from the hot
supply is just enough to empty the feed pipe from the cylinder; so you
get a washing machine containing cold water (that has to be heated) and
a pipe that is full of hot water (which thewn cools and goes to waste).
Maybe a slight exaggeration, but you get the idea...
begin by not using Outlook Express...
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