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have a maytag frontload-using soap for cold H2O- what is difference

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have a maytag frontload-using soap for cold H2O-
what is difference b-twn cold/cold and a.t.c. cold/cold
what does A.T.C. mean?
Thank-you
Submitted: 5 years ago.
Category: Appliance
Expert:  MRANSWER replied 5 years ago.
Automatic temperature control. Cold water can be too cold for the detergent enzymes to act effectively, so the atc selection lets the washer add hot as needed to make the temperature of the water warm enough to activate the detergent enzymes. That is the difference between the two.
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