I'm buying a clothes washer from my neighbor. i just want to know the voltage and the power ratings of the machine because the guy selling it is not sure. I don't see any rating nameplate on the machine.
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Unstable mains supply means that power supply voltage is too high or too low or frequency is out of limit. Usually it is enough to wait for nominal power supply conditions. My suggestion is to measure the voltage and frequency on the wall socket where is attached washing machines, also is a good idea to try to connect a washing machine to power supply by an extension cord from other rooms (different phase) or from the nearest neighbor in order to eliminate wrong or disturbed power supply line, otherwise the main board is defective.
i have repaired appliance most my life i tested soaps and softer,at our own family shop,i can tell you that washers do not make mold or bad smells either does cloths its what and how much product that you are pulling in the washer that is molding and smelling and it stays in cloths building up load after load,i have a kenmore he3t front load washer i use 1/3 cup powdered only.armen hammer only. non he only.my washer inside is spotless smells clean and fresh all the time, you will need to clean yours inside out with bleach then use affresh weekly switch to 1/3c powered soap
I guess the washer and dryer are somewhere that someone can get in to use them without permission. Where do you and they get electrical power from?If they are connected through circuit breakers then just throw the breakers when you're not using the machines.
I could not find a definite answer for you, but I know that the wash tub holds roughly 35 gallons on a full load. You can calculate the time it takes the washer to completely empty a full load to see how long it takes. If it takes 1 minute for the wash tub to empty on a full load, then you know the GPM for the drain pump is about 35 gallons per minute. If it takes a minute and a half, the rate is about 23 gallons per minute. If it takes 2 minutes, then the rate drops to about 17.5 gallons per minute. Get the idea? I hope this gives you the information you were looking for. Let me know if you have any further questions.