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What is a washing machine?
A washing machine is a machine that washes various kinds of clothing without requiring physical effort from the user. To remove water from clothes, you do not have to rub them with your hands or squeeze them. You can also call the washing machine a clothes washer or just a washer. Washing your clothes in the washing machine automatically takes care of that chore for you. To wash the clothes, you only need to put them in the machine and select the wash mode. Depending on the selected mode and the number of clothes, the washing machine automatically dispenses the necessary amount of water and detergent as well as setting the timer for washing, rinsing, and drying.
Types of Washing Machine
Washing machines can either be front loading or top loading depending on how the clothes are loaded into the machine. Below are the descriptions of each:
1) Top loading washing machine: The clothes are loaded into this washing machine from the top. It is equipped with a top cover that makes loading and unloading of clothes easier in the round vessel that performs the function of a washer, dryer, rinser, and rinsing machine. Most people prefer the top-loading washing machine since they don't want to bend their bodies when loading the clothes in it. Many parts of the world use this washing machine more often than front loading washing machines.
2) Front loading washing machine: This type of machine loads clothes from the front. According to studies, front loading washing machines consume less energy, water, and detergent, as well as providing better wash results than top loading washing machines.
In the European market, front-loading washing machines have a 90% market share, while top-loaders have a mere 10%. For top loading washing machines, the US has a 65% market share. For front loading washing machines, the US has a 35% market share.
A top loading washing machine may also be categorized as a semi automatic washing machine or as a fully automatic washing machine based on the amount of automatic features it has. To learn more about the two categories, read on:
3) Semi-automatic washing machine: This machine has a washer and a dryer in separate tubs or vessels. A separate timer is provided for setting the drying and washing times. Washing clothes involves placing the clothes in the wash vessel, adding water and detergent in sufficient quantities, and then setting a timer. Once the washing machine has finished, it will shut off. The clothes can be removed and dried in the sun, or partially dried in a dryer by setting the appropriate time.
4) Fully automatic machine: A fully automatic washing machine contains only one tub, which includes a washing, rinsing, and drying function. In accordance with the number or weight of clothes, the machine automatically takes in the necessary amount of water and detergent and sets the timer for washing and drying. To use a fully automatic washing machine, all you need to do is connect the water, put the detergent in the storage compartment from time-to-time, and then put the clothes in. The machine does the rest automatically.
Common Washing Machine Problem:
Washing machines come in widely varying designs, but there are some frequently and not frequently occurring problems that are common among all of them. We have tried to address a few of these issues in the following sections. Here are some examples.
1. Washing Machine Not Starting:
Washing machines can malfunction for a variety of reasons. If you notice loose connections, an inoperable power socket, or a blown fuse, check this first. Alternatively, if you have a front-loading washing machine, make sure that the door lock is working properly. A washing machine's main power switch or control module (PCB) may stop working in some cases.
2. Washing Machine is Noisy:
The drum and outer tub can also create noise by trapping objects in between. Coins and debris are extremely common to be found between the drum and the heater, which can damage the machine and the clothes inside it. Before you put the cloths in the machine, be sure to empty all pockets.