Because the washing machine and the dehydration motor's […]
Because the washing machine and the dehydration motor's power are determined according to the rated load, although the remaining amount is left, when the washing and dehydrating clothes exceed the rated load and run for a long time, the motor temperature rise is too high, which will cause the motor to burn out. Others may cause due to low grid voltage, water splashing into electrical components or condensation, brake wheel being stuck (dehydration motor blocked), pulsator being stuck by foreign matter, motor or spindle component bearing being severely worn, etc. An accident that burned the motor and burned the washing machine.
To prevent accidents, the following items should be noted during use.
Washed or dehydrated clothing should be within the rated range. It is usually possible to observe the flipping of the clothes in the tub.
If there is obvious difficulty in turning over, you should take out some clothes.
When abnormal sound or odor is found during the washing process, immediately unplug the power supply, find out the cause, and use it after troubleshooting.
The drain should be lowered before use and the drain should be kept clear.
Avoid splashing water into the electrical components or water spilling out of the bucket.
Dry the body after use and put it in a dry, ventilated place.
Avoid using it when the grid voltage is too low.
Some new washing machines have an overheat protector that automatically cuts off the circuit when the temperature rises above the allowable range to avoid accidents. However, it must be ascertained why the motor temperature rise is too high.