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How much water does a washing machine use per load?


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2012-04-17 09:40:33
2012-04-17 09:40:33

Enougj to usually clean what is washing, if u use detergent


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The average washing machine is said to use 65 liters of water per cycle. It is more energy efficient to fully load the washing machine because a half wash uses the same amount of water as a full wash.

In the 'old days', a washing machine used 35-40 gal per load. These days, however, with more energy-efficient and water-conserving washing machines, most washers will do a load with 15-20 gal per load. 10 to 20 litres but if it was a huge washing machine it would maybe be 30 to 35. Front load washers use approximately 3 to 5 gallons per cycle.

Depends on your settings and how your water temperature. If not, check the owner's manual guide!

Where you load from doesn't really matter. Several other factors are much more important, such as how much water the machine uses per load and whether you overfill the machine regularly. These and other factors contribute to the overall cost effectiveness of your machine.

That depends on where you live -- you need to find out the cost of laundry detergent and how much you'd use per load, how much water you'd need per load and how much that costs, how much a washing machine costs and the electricity to run one, and if you plan to use an electric drying machine you'd need to figure in the cost of that and how much electricity would cost.

a washing machine produces 190 oc

About 12 - 15 gallons per cycle

The average washing machine uses approximately 400 watts of electricity. The exact power usage of a washing machine is dependent upon the size of the washing machine.

The cost of the use of a washing machine varies depending the type of model and how the water is heated. Electric heated washing machines may cost less than gas.

Most of the electric current flow in a washing machine is used by the motor to physically move the clothes around in the water. There will also be electricity used to move water into and out of the washing machine when it is needed with a small amount of electricity used to tell the machine how much water is needed, what sort of clothes need to be washed, and if you want the machine to 'spin dry' the clothes

The first electric washing machine was $900

The GE WSXH208H 3.1 CuFt Front Loading Washer uses 10 gallons of water for a small load and 15 gallons of water for a large load which can save up to 23 gallons of water per load as compared to a typical washing machine.

Look in it's manual or call the place you got it from.

An average washing machine weighs about 175 pounds :) hope that helped

For a top loader it is 92 gallons. A front loader is 32 gallons.

The price for a washing machine in 1987 depended on the model of the appliance. The average cost for a machine was between 250.00 and 450.00.

The washing machine is important because it washes clothing much more efficiently, and allows people to do more important work.

around the amount of 200

NO never your dog could drown from too much water and lose balance and brake something.

Because it took too much labour to hand wash clothing plus using a washing machine saves time

Washing machines are connected to your mains water supply so either there is a problem with your water supply in as much as it is continually leaking when it's not supposed to be in use, or, more likely, there is a blockage in the machine or the water pipes immediately surrounding it which is causing water to flood back out of the machine. It's usually a small item of clothing like a sock (or a collection of them) that has worked its way out of the machine via that gap at the front of the drum just next to the door, and is now blocking your pipes. You may find water bubbling back out of your sinks and bath, depending on their proximity to the washing machine. You need a plumber, quick!

Too many variables to give a good answer. By hand? How much laundry? Front load machine? etc.

An out of balance load. To much weight on one side od the drum. Avoid washing heavy items like jeans, with light weight items like t-shirts. The jeans weigh more when wet and will put the load out of balance. If your load starts to shake, open lid, wait until the drum stops spinning, then even out the load in the drum.

A computer within a washing machine controls many aspects: The user interface, that is, buttons, LEDs, display, buzzer, are all driven and managed by a computer. The washing program is controlled by a computer: when to heat the water and how much, when and how to spin, etc. Modern washing machines measure the cleanness of the washing and optimize the washing cycle's duration to wash as long as necessary while completing as soon as possible. Modern washing machines also feature sophisticated spinning and load-balancing algorithms which reduce vibrations during the spinning, thus reducing noise and mechanical stress. A washing machine's computer will also monitor safety equipment: for example, a frontloader's door must be securely locked before water is allowed in. Water flow must be confirmed, and the required amount of water must be in the machine before the heating is allowed on, etc. The washing machine's computer will also monitor the machine's general state of health and maintenance. For example, after a set number of hours of active usage, the machine might display a recommendation to replace the drive belt, or to clean the fluff filter.

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