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What are the temperatures(in celsius) that are used to wash the clothes? please help me

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Usually, washing machines use the water from the water heater directly. Most water heaters are set to 120 Fahrenheit which is 48.85 celsius.

Hope this helps!!

Posted on Jan 16, 2008

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    Maximum setting is usually 60 Celsius. Cold would be room temperature or approximately 22.21 Celsius. Warm would be an average of the two.


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