How Does a Fully Automatic Washing Machine Works

Washing clothes can never be easier task than using fully automatic machine. In fully automatic washing machine you just need to put the clothes and adjust the settings of the machine. But have you ever thought how does a fully automatic washing machine actually work? What takes it to spin and wash your clothes? How do your clothes become dry in a washing machine? Well to answer these questions here is brief description about does a fully automatic washing machine works.

How Does a Fully Automatic Washing Machine Works

Before loading the washing machine with clothes, you need to decide the settings you will set. In most basic washing machine, you need to decide the load, whether it is medium or large. After that you need to decide the water you would prefer for your clothes, whether hot or cold. The most important is to decide the time of one cycle of the machine. This will entirely depend upon the dirt on the clothes being washed. Then you need to add detergent in the detergent box of the washing machine. After all these settings, you need to load the machine tub with your dirty clothes. Once that done, machine takes the water through the pipe, attached between washing machine and tap.

The machine then starts stirring the clothes. Occasionally, washing machine takes the detergent from the loaded detergent box. The stirring process takes place with the help of agitator at the bottom of the washing machine tub. After this process, the soap water is drained from the machine and rinsing process of the clothes starts with the fresh water. Then again washing machine refills with water and drains the water again to wash off any soap remaining in the clothes. After the draining process the washing machine spins the clothes for a long time to remove water and to dry the clothes.