Sample of different washing machine sizes Whilst researching for my article washing machines and associated problems with sizes I decided to check the specifications of various washing machines. I chose a healthy mix of common brands and models, and a few more obscure ones. The table shows the different washing machine measurements that I found.read the full article..
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All drum sizes are not equal When looking into different drum capacities an important point to learn is that you can’t assume that they are all the same. Washing machines with the same drum capacity may not be able to fit the same amount of laundry in. One manufacturer’s 7Kg drum may have a smallerread the full article..
Washing machine drum sizes were the same for decades, but now we have several to choose from. You would think the biggest is the best, but not necessarily. Back in 1976 when I first started repairing washing machines, all the drums were about 4 ½ kg. By today’s standards they were painfully small. What areread the full article..
This is a summary of the argument about cold fill verses hot & cold fill washing machines. For many decades all washing machines were hot and cold fill. Now they are mostly cold fill only. Because of this many people are confused about why it has changed.. ..The information in this article used to beread the full article..
This is a summary for my article asking the question – washer-dryer or separate washing machine and dryer – which is the best? The contents of this article were originally squeezed into the side bar of the first one. But here it is in its own space, where it’s more prominent, and easier to read.read the full article..
Part 4 of my in depth look at what all the different ratings on washing machine eco labels mean (Links to the other parts at the bottom of this article). This article covers the last three sections on the labels, spin drying performance, water consumption & Noise levels. Again this is an unhelpful rating fromread the full article..