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Hello, and welcome to JustAnswer. My name is ***** ***** I will be the one to assist you. Can you take the water hoses off and get a bucket or something similar i need you to try running the hot water first. If it has a good steady flow turn it off and move on to the cold water.
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ok since you are getting adequate pressure from both lets try plugging in the hoses again making sure they are both turned on as they should be and see what happens. Maybe one of the faucets was not turned on.
ok would you mind to give it a try please. If that does not work sadly it sounds like whatever the issue may be is with the new washer as well sadly.
I am sure that is not what you want to hear and i know it sounds unlikely but since the unit is powering on its not the outlet. The water is coming out and into the unit so the only other option is that the new one has a problem. More then likely the water inlet valve or the control board.