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Those large "nuts" look like caps for 3/4" pipe that should have spigots on them. the two smaller "holes" in the wall appear to be the shut off valves for the pipes. Try removing those caps and experiment so you'll know what's what.


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You need to supply some taps and check thsat the water supply is working. From what you show, it all seems to have been capped off during the re-plastering or painting. The installers will be prepared to connect to existing taps but not supply and fit taps etc The waste I would expect to be a bit higher but that also depends on the machine instructions. ...


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I don't really have a great answer, but if it stopped before the drain, there is a possibility that the drain is blocked. I have an indisit/hotpoint washer where I had this problem, I emptied the washer using the drain plug to find a lump of plastic wrapper blocking the drain. This will usually give a drain pump error, so the machine will stop as a ...


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Usually the left is hot and the right is cold but don't take that to the bank. Put a bucket under the left spigot and run enough water to see if it gets hot. The right valve has been replaced, with a blue handle, which could mean cold water, but don't take that to the bank either. At least they replaced it with a ball valve so that'll be good for a long time....


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I bought and have had the above washing machine for more than 1 and a half years now, and it as worked quite fine. It's a Bosch, so there could be that. It's quiet and does laundry just fine despite the variance in the voltage and frequency rating. As for whether it wears out fast, that will be seen over the next few months/years. I do laundry about once a ...


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