Household appliance that washes clothes automatically.
Vertical part across the back of the washer on which the appliance’s various controls are found.
Protrusion that reduces splashing.
Perforated drum into which the laundry is placed.
Device collecting fiber residue from fabric.
Mechanism allowing the agitator and basket to turn at various speeds.
Device transforming electric energy into mechanical energy to drive another device.
Mechanism controlling and adjusting the agitator and basket action.
Device using a system of pulleys to transfer the motor’s mechanical energy to the washer’s transmission.
Metal elastic piece attached to the suspension arm to reduce tub vibrations.
Device that evacuates wastewater from the tub and drives it into the drain hose.
Pipe through which the washer’s pump empties the water from the tub.
Flexible pipe through which the washer’s pump expels the wastewater to the dwelling’s drain circuit.
Metal struts supporting the tub.
Durable container into which the water flows.
Enameled sheet-metal case covering and protecting the appliance’s various components.
Device stirring the laundry.
Moving part for closing the washer’s tub.
Panel containing the programming keys.
Device automatically controlling the selected wash cycle.