Who Invented The Electric Washing Machine?


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Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Alva John Fisher (1862-1947) invented the electric washing machine in 1910
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trading post answered
The information says it's Alva John Fisher who invented the first electric washing machine.
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You smart ass. "George Washington..." That's just stupid and immature. Oh, excuse me, I forgot. You must be like 3 or something.
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Akshay Kalbag answered
The mass production of electric washing machines first began in the year 1906. It is still unknown who invented the electric washing machine, but Alva J. Fisher has been incorrectly credited with its invention.

The patent office in the United States of America shows one patent before the United States of America patent number 966677, which was the number of Fisher's patent. This number was the United States of America patent number 921195, which was the number of the patent which was registered under the name of an inventor whose last name was Woodrow.

The first laundromat opened in the city of Fort Worth, which is located in the state of Texas in the United States of America, in the year 1934. It was owned by a gentleman named Andrew Clein. The customers inserted a coin in the slot and rented the washing machines. Laundromats are now a common appliance all over the world.
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Anonymous answered
Obviously I did ok, in 1903 with bugs bunny and the man on the moon, we were sick of washing our clothes in puddles so we made a machine that washes clothes for us... And then....

.... Woah too many mushrooms last night... ^__^
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Jim Patrick answered
Alva J. Fisher was credited with inventing the electric washing machine, but this is incorrect. The actual inventor is still unknown. The first appearance of electric washing machines as household appliances was in 1904.

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