- When you press the start button, cold or hot water (depending on the selected cycle) enters the drum through two valves, passing through the powder dispenser.
- Some modern machine models at this point can stop periodically until the sensor detects the weight of the loaded laundry in order to calculate the cycle time and the amount of water for washing.
- The thermostat determines the temperature of the water in order to heat it to a predetermined number. Some machines have additional heating elements that maintain the temperature during washing.
- During front loading, the drum begins to rotate, changing direction, lifting things up and lowering them again into the water tank.
- After that, the pump releases dirty water from the machine, while the drum spins at a speed of up to 1200 rpm, squeezing out excess water from things.
- Pure water, as a rule, is cold, enters the machine again, rinsing begins, the machine works in the same way as in step 4. The pump drains the water. Then this process is repeated several times until the detergent is washed off.
- Things spin again and the pump removes the remaining water.
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