CN210493714U - Water tank assembly and household appliance - Google Patents

Water tank assembly and household appliance Download PDF

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CN210493714U
CN210493714U CN201920948297.2U CN201920948297U CN210493714U CN 210493714 U CN210493714 U CN 210493714U CN 201920948297 U CN201920948297 U CN 201920948297U CN 210493714 U CN210493714 U CN 210493714U
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王成龙
郑孝允
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The utility model discloses a water tank set spare and domestic appliance. The water tank component comprises a tank body, a water tank cover, a lifting handle, a pressing mechanism and an ejecting mechanism. The water tank cover is detachably connected with the tank body and is provided with a containing groove. The handle is connected with the water tank cover and is held in the containing groove, and the handle can rotate by the water tank cover. The pressing mechanism is installed at the handle, and the pressing mechanism can stretch out the handle under the condition of being pressed. The ejecting mechanism is arranged on the box body, the ejecting mechanism abuts against the lifting handle, the pressing mechanism abuts against the ejecting mechanism, and the pressing mechanism is used for exerting acting force on the ejecting mechanism under the condition of being pressed so that the ejecting mechanism is ejected out of the box body to at least partially eject the lifting handle out of the accommodating groove. The handle can need not set up the position of detaining the hand, when need not use the handle, and the handle holds in the storage tank, and the outward appearance is comparatively clean and tidy, when needs use the handle, only needs press down the pressing mechanism on the handle can pop out the handle through pop-up mechanism and supply the user to use, and is not only swift but also convenient.

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Water tank assembly and household appliance
Technical Field
The utility model relates to the technical field of household appliances, in particular to water tank set spare and household appliances.
Background
At present, in a household appliance with a steam box, a steam oven or a micro-steaming and baking all-in-one machine with a steam function, a water tank for storing water is arranged inside a product of the household appliance, so that water is provided for the steam cooking function.
In the related art, the water tank is usually disposed inside, at the bottom or at the upper part of the product or is hidden at the cavity or the door side of the door body. The water tank is usually provided with an exposed handle position so as to facilitate a user to lift a handle of the water tank or directly lift the water tank, however, the exposed handle position can cause the outside to be untidy and unattractive, but if the handle position is cancelled, the handle of the water tank can not be lifted easily, and the water tank is inconvenient to use.
SUMMERY OF THE UTILITY MODEL
In view of this, the utility model provides a water tank set spare and domestic appliance.
The utility model discloses an embodiment's water tank set spare includes:
a box body;
the water tank cover is detachably connected with the tank body and is provided with a containing groove;
the lifting handle is connected with the water tank cover and is contained in the containing groove, and the lifting handle can rotate relative to the water tank cover;
the pressing mechanism is mounted on the handle and can extend out of the handle under the condition of being pressed;
the ejection mechanism is mounted on the box body and abuts against the lifting handle, the pressing mechanism abuts against the ejection mechanism, and the pressing mechanism is used for exerting acting force on the ejection mechanism under the condition of being pressed so that the ejection mechanism is ejected out of the box body to at least partially eject the lifting handle out of the accommodating groove.
In the water tank assembly of the above embodiment, the handle is accommodated in the accommodating groove of the water tank cover, and a user can press the pressing mechanism on the handle to drive the ejecting mechanism to eject from the tank body so as to eject the handle out of the accommodating groove at least partially. Like this, the handle can need not set up the position of detaining the hand, when need not use the handle, and the handle holds in the storage tank, and the outward appearance is comparatively clean and tidy to also can not occupy too many spaces, when needs use the handle, only need press the pressing means on the handle and can pop out the handle through pop-up mechanism and supply the user to use, not only swift but also convenient.
In some embodiments, the handle is formed with a mounting groove, the pressing mechanism includes a pressing piece and a first elastic piece, the pressing piece is mounted in the mounting groove, the first elastic piece is mounted in the mounting groove, two ends of the first elastic piece respectively abut against the handle and the pressing piece, the first elastic piece is used for applying elastic force to the pressing piece to prevent the pressing piece from extending out of the mounting groove, and the pressing piece is used for overcoming the elastic force to partially extend out of the mounting groove under the condition of being pressed, so that the ejecting mechanism ejects the box body under the action of the pressing piece to at least partially eject the handle out of the accommodating groove.
In some embodiments, the pressing member includes a first position-limiting portion, the first position-limiting portion abuts against two sides of the mounting groove, and the first position-limiting portion is configured to limit the pressing member from popping out of the mounting groove under the action of the elastic force.
In some embodiments, the ejection mechanism includes a mounting seat mounted to the box body and an ejection assembly mounted in the mounting seat and abutting against the handle, the ejection assembly being configured to eject the mounting seat under the action of the pressing mechanism to eject the handle at least partially out of the receiving slot.
In some embodiments, the pop-up assembly includes a push rod, a second elastic member and a locking member, the second elastic member is installed in the installation seat, the push rod is installed on the second elastic member, and the push rod is used for popping up the installation seat under the action of the second elastic member;
the pressing mechanism abuts against the ejector rod, and the ejector rod is also used for being retracted into the mounting seat under the action of the pressing mechanism;
the locking piece is arranged on the mounting seat and connected with the ejector rod, and the locking piece is used for locking the ejector rod under the condition that the ejector rod is accommodated in the mounting seat.
In some embodiments, the locking member includes a first end and a second end, the first end is installed on the mounting seat in a penetrating manner, the ejector rod is provided with a sliding groove, the second end can slide in the sliding groove, and when the ejector rod is received in the mounting seat, the second end is located at a first position of the sliding groove to lock the ejector rod;
the second end is used for moving along the sliding groove in the process that the ejector rod is ejected out of the mounting seat so as to move from the first position to the second position of the sliding groove to release the ejector rod, and is used for moving along the sliding groove from the second position to the first position in the process that the ejector rod is retracted into the mounting seat so as to lock the ejector rod.
In some embodiments, the ejector rod is formed with a second limiting portion, the mounting seat is formed with an abutting portion, and the abutting portion abuts against the second limiting portion to limit the position of the ejector rod relative to the mounting seat.
In some embodiments, the water tank assembly includes a cover plate rotatably connected to the water tank cover, the handle rotatably connected to the cover plate, the water tank cover and the handle respectively connected to both sides of the cover plate, and the cover plate received in the receiving groove;
and under the condition that the lifting handle is ejected out of the accommodating groove by the ejection mechanism, the lifting handle is used for driving the cover plate to partially separate from the accommodating groove under the condition of being lifted.
In some embodiments, the accommodating groove is formed on an upper surface of the tank cover, and in a case where the cover plate and the handle are accommodated in the accommodating groove, the upper surface of the cover plate, the upper surface of the handle, and the upper surface of the tank cover are flush.
The utility model discloses embodiment's domestic appliance includes:
the upper panel is provided with an opening;
the water tank assembly of any one of the above embodiments, wherein the water tank assembly is mounted on the upper panel through the opening and exposed from the upper panel.
In the household appliance in the above embodiment, the handle is accommodated in the accommodating groove of the water tank cover, and a user can press the pressing mechanism on the handle to drive the ejecting mechanism to eject from the tank body so as to eject the handle out of the accommodating groove at least partially. Like this, the handle can need not set up the position of detaining the hand, when need not use the handle, and the handle holds in the storage tank, and the outward appearance is comparatively clean and tidy to also can not occupy too many spaces, when needs use the handle, only need press the pressing means on the handle and can pop out the handle through pop-up mechanism and supply the user to use, not only swift but also convenient.
Additional aspects and advantages of the invention will be set forth in part in the description which follows and, in part, will be obvious from the description, or may be learned by practice of the invention.
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The above and/or additional aspects and advantages of the present invention will become apparent and readily appreciated from the following description of the embodiments, taken in conjunction with the accompanying drawings of which:
fig. 1 is a schematic structural diagram of a household appliance according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 2 is a schematic structural view of a water tank assembly according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 3 is an exploded schematic view of a water tank assembly according to an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 4 is another schematic structural view of a water tank assembly in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 5 is a schematic cross-sectional view of an ejection mechanism of a water tank assembly in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 6 is another schematic cross-sectional view of an ejection mechanism of a water tank assembly in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention;
FIG. 7 is an exploded schematic view of an ejection mechanism of a water tank assembly in accordance with an embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 8 is a schematic structural view of a push rod of the pop-up mechanism of the water tank assembly according to the embodiment of the present invention;
fig. 9 is another schematic structural view of the push rod of the pop-up mechanism of the water tank assembly according to the embodiment of the present invention;
figure 10 is a cross-sectional schematic view of a mount for an ejection mechanism of a water tank assembly of an embodiment of the present invention.
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the household appliance comprises a household appliance 100, an upper panel 10, an opening 11, a water tank assembly 20, a box body 21, a clamping portion 211, an accommodating cavity 212, a water tank cover 22, an accommodating groove 221, a handle 23, an installing groove 231, a cover plate 24, a buckling piece 25, a pressing mechanism 26, a pressing piece 261, a first limiting portion 2611, a first elastic piece 262, an ejecting mechanism 27, an installing seat 271, a propping portion 2711, a limiting groove 2712, a limiting blocking rib 2173, a guiding groove 2714, an installing hole 2715, an ejecting assembly 272, an ejecting rod 273, a sliding groove 2731, a locking section 2732, a first sliding section 2733, a second sliding section 2734, an inner baffle 2735, an outer baffle 2736, a second limiting portion 2737, a protruding block 2738, a second elastic piece 274, a locking piece 275, a first end 2751, a second end 2752, a connecting end 2753, a cavity 30, a door body 40 and an operating portion 50.
Detailed Description
Reference will now be made in detail to embodiments of the present invention, examples of which are illustrated in the accompanying drawings, wherein like reference numerals refer to the same or similar elements or elements having the same or similar function throughout. The embodiments described below with reference to the accompanying drawings are exemplary only for the purpose of explaining the present invention, and should not be construed as limiting the present invention.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be understood that the terms "center", "longitudinal", "lateral", "length", "width", "thickness", "upper", "lower", "front", "rear", "left", "right", "vertical", "horizontal", "top", "bottom", "inner", "outer", "clockwise", "counterclockwise", and the like indicate orientations or positional relationships based on the orientations or positional relationships shown in the drawings, and are only for convenience of description and to simplify the description, but do not indicate or imply that the device or element referred to must have a particular orientation, be constructed and operated in a particular orientation, and therefore should not be construed as limiting the present invention. Furthermore, the terms "first", "second" and "first" are used for descriptive purposes only and are not to be construed as indicating or implying relative importance or implicitly indicating the number of technical features indicated. Thus, features defined as "first", "second", may explicitly or implicitly include one or more of the described features. In the description of the present invention, "a plurality" means two or more unless specifically limited otherwise.
In the description of the present invention, it is to be noted that, unless otherwise explicitly specified or limited, the terms "mounted," "connected," and "connected" are to be construed broadly, and may be, for example, fixedly connected, detachably connected, or integrally connected. Either mechanically or electrically. Either directly or indirectly through intervening media, either internally or in any other relationship. The specific meaning of the above terms in the present invention can be understood according to specific situations by those skilled in the art.
Referring to fig. 1 to 4, a water tank assembly 20 according to an embodiment of the present invention is used in a household appliance 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention. The utility model discloses embodiment's water tank subassembly 20 includes box 21, tank lid 22, handle 23, pressing means 26 and pop-up mechanism 27. The tank cover 22 is detachably coupled to the tank body 21, and the tank cover 22 is formed with a receiving groove 221. The handle 23 is connected to the tank lid 22 and is accommodated in the accommodating groove 221, and the handle 23 can rotate the tank lid 22. The pressing mechanism 26 is mounted on the handle 23, and the pressing mechanism 26 can extend out of the handle 23 when pressed. The pop-up mechanism 27 is mounted on the box body 21, the pop-up mechanism 27 abuts against the handle 23, the pressing mechanism 26 abuts against the pop-up mechanism 27, and the pressing mechanism 26 is used for exerting force on the pop-up mechanism 27 under the condition of being pressed so as to enable the pop-up mechanism 27 to pop out of the box body 21 to eject the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221 at least partially.
In the present embodiment, the tank body 21 may be used to store water to provide a water source for the home appliance 100, and the tank cover 22 may be used to cover the tank body 21 to prevent water in the tank body 21 from spilling out and to prevent impurities and dust from entering the tank body 21.
Referring to fig. 1, a household appliance 100 according to an embodiment of the present invention further includes an upper panel 10 and a water tank base (not shown). The upper panel 10 is opened with an opening 11, and the water tank assembly 20 is inserted through the opening 11 and detachably mounted to the upper panel 10 to be exposed from the upper panel 10. A tank mount is mounted to the top panel 10 for receiving the tank assembly 20. The water tank seat can be fixedly installed at the opening hole 11 of the upper panel 10, the water tank assembly 20 can be inserted into the water tank seat from the opening hole 11, and the tank body 21 of the water tank assembly 20 can be completely accommodated in the water tank seat. Furthermore, it is understood that in other embodiments, the household appliance 100 may not be provided with the water tank seat, but the water tank assembly 20 is directly mounted on the upper panel, and the specific arrangement is not limited herein.
In addition, referring to fig. 1, the household appliance 100 generally further includes a cavity 30, the cavity 30 is disposed below the upper panel 10 and connected to the upper panel 10, and an opening is disposed at a top of the cavity 30. In addition, a door 40 for closing and opening the opening is provided at the top of the cavity 30. In this way, a user may access items, such as food, from the top down within the cavity 30. At the same time, the user does not need to take the article too high to place it in the cavity 30. Further, the door 40 may be provided with a transparent portion, so that when the household electrical appliance 100 operates, a user may more conveniently observe the operating condition in the cavity 30 through the transparent portion of the door 40.
The household appliances 100 include, but are not limited to, a steam box with a steaming function, a steam oven, a steaming and baking integrated machine, a disinfection cabinet, and other household appliances 100. Taking a steam cooker as an example, the steam cooker generally further includes a steam generator and a nozzle assembly. The water tank assembly 20 is used for supplying water to the steam generator to generate steam, and is generally formed with a water flow channel at the bottom of the water tank base and connected with the steam generator through a pipe, so that when the water tank assembly 20 is inserted into the water tank base, the water in the water tank assembly 20 can flow to the steam generator from the water flow channel at the bottom of the water tank base and the pipe. The nozzle assembly is located at the bottom of the cavity 30 and connected to the steam generator through a pipe, and the nozzle assembly is used for spraying water steam generated by the steam generator into the cavity 30 to cook food. When food needs to be put into the cavity 30, the door 40 can be opened, the food is put into the cavity, the steam generator is started after the door 40 is closed, and water steam generated by the steam generator is sprayed into the cavity 30 through the nozzle assembly to cook the food. It is understood that the steam generator may be a thick film steam generator, an electric heated tube steam generator, or the like.
At present, in the related art, in a household appliance with a steam box, a steam oven or a micro-steaming and baking all-in-one machine with a steaming function, a water tank for storing water is arranged inside a product of the household appliance, so that water is provided for a steam cooking function. The water tank is usually arranged inside, at the bottom or on the upper part of the product or the water tank is hidden and arranged at the cavity or the door side of the door body. The water tank is usually provided with an exposed handle position so as to facilitate a user to lift a handle of the water tank or directly lift the water tank, however, the exposed handle position can cause the outside to be untidy and unattractive, but if the handle position is cancelled, the handle of the water tank can not be lifted easily, and the water tank is inconvenient to use. In the present invention, the handle 23 is accommodated in the accommodating groove 221 of the tank cover 22, and the user can press the pressing mechanism 26 on the handle 23 to drive the pop-up mechanism 27 to pop out from the tank body 21 so as to at least partially eject the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221 in the water tank assembly 20 and the household appliance 100. Like this, handle 23 can need not set up the knot hand position, and when need not use handle 23, handle 23 holds in storage tank 221, and the outward appearance is comparatively clean and tidy to also can not occupy too much space, when needs use handle 23, only need press the pressing means 26 on the handle 23 can pop out handle 23 through pop-up mechanism 27 and supply the user to use, not only swift but also convenient.
In the present embodiment, when the handle 23 is accommodated in the accommodating groove 221, the pop-up mechanism 27 is located in the box body 21. In the case where the user presses the pressing mechanism 26 once (i.e., applies a pressing force once to the pressing mechanism 26 and releases it), the pressing mechanism 26 applies a pressing force to the ejecting mechanism 27, and after the pressing force applied to the pressing mechanism 26 is released, the ejecting mechanism 27 ejects the box body 21 and ejects the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221, the user can press the pressing mechanism 26 again, thereby pressing the ejecting mechanism 27 into the box body 21 and accommodating the handle 23 in the accommodating groove 221.
In the present embodiment, the eject mechanism 27 can be partially ejected from the case 21. Of course, in other embodiments, the eject mechanism 27 can be entirely ejected from the case 21. In the present embodiment, the eject mechanism 27 can partially eject the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221. Of course, in other embodiments, the ejecting mechanism 27 can eject all of the handle 23 out of the storage groove 221.
Referring to fig. 2 to 4, in some embodiments, the water tank assembly 20 further includes a cover plate 24, the cover plate 24 is rotatably connected to the water tank cover 22, the handle 23 is rotatably connected to the cover plate 24, the water tank cover 22 and the handle 23 are respectively connected to two sides of the cover plate 24, and the cover plate 24 is accommodated in the accommodating groove 221. In the case where the handle 23 is ejected out of the accommodating groove 221 by the eject mechanism 27, the handle 23 is used to bring the cover plate 24 partially out of the accommodating groove 221 when lifted.
In particular, in the present embodiment, the tank lid 22 is provided with a fill hole (not shown), and the cover plate 24 is rotatable relative to the tank lid 22 for rotating the handle 23 relative to the cover plate 24 when operated and for rotating the cover plate 24 relative to the tank lid 22 to cover and expose the fill hole. In the case that the handle 23 is ejected out of the accommodating groove 221 by the ejecting mechanism 27, the handle 23 can be lifted to drive the cover plate 24 to partially separate from the accommodating groove 221 so as to expose the water filling hole.
Thus, when the water amount in the tank body 21 is insufficient and water needs to be added, the handle 23 is only required to be ejected out of the accommodating groove 221, and then the handle 23 drives the cover plate 24 to rotate relative to the water tank cover 22, so that the water injection hole of the water tank cover 22 can be exposed, and water can be added through the water injection hole. Thus, water can be added in the middle of the operation of the household appliance 100, and the water tank assembly 20 does not need to be taken out during water adding, so that the operation is simple and convenient. It is understood that the water injection holes may be circular, square or other shapes, and are not limited thereto.
In addition, in the present embodiment, the box body 21, the tank cover 22, the cover plate 24 and the handle 23 are independent and independent components, which is more convenient for a user to clean each component of the tank assembly 20 without leaving dead corners.
Specifically, in the present embodiment, the cover plate 24 and the water tank cover 22 can be rotatably connected by means of matching of the rotating shaft and the rotating shaft hole, that is, the rotating shaft can be arranged on one of the cover plate 24 and the water tank cover 22, and the rotating shaft hole can be arranged on the other one of the cover plate 24 and the water tank cover 22, and the rotating shaft hole are matched to realize the rotating connection of the two, it can be understood that the rotating connection of the handle 23 and the cover plate 24 can also be consistent with the rotating connection of the water tank cover 22 of the cover plate 24, that is, the rotating connection can be realized by means of matching of the rotating.
It will be appreciated that in other embodiments, the cover plate 24 and the tank lid 22 and the cover plate 24 and the handle 23 may be pivotally connected by means of bearings, hinges, or the like.
As can be seen from the above, in the present embodiment, the handle 23 is rotatably connected to the tank lid 22 through the cover plate 24. It is understood that, in some embodiments, the cover plate 24 may not be disposed on the water tank assembly 20, but the handle 23 may be directly rotatably connected to the water tank cover 22, and in the case that the handle 23 is received in the receiving groove 221, the handle 23 directly covers the water injection hole, and the specific disposition manner is not limited herein.
With reference to fig. 2 to 4, in some embodiments, the water tank assembly 20 includes a fastener 25, the fastener 25 is disposed on the water tank cover 22, the tank body 21 is formed with a fastening portion 211, and the water tank cover 22 is detachably connected to the tank body 21 through the fastener 25 and the fastening portion 211.
Thus, the detachable connection of the water tank cover 22 and the tank body 21 can be realized through the buckle piece 25 and the clamping part 211, and the buckling and detaching processes are simple and quick.
It will be appreciated that in other embodiments, the tank cover 22 may be detachably connected to the water tank in other manners, for example, by providing two fastening portions on the two, which are fastened to realize the detachable connection. For another example, a locking device may be additionally provided to lock the tank lid 22 and the tank body 21, and when disassembly is required, the locking device may be removed.
Referring to fig. 2 to 4, in some embodiments, the accommodating groove 221 is formed on the upper surface of the tank lid 22, and when the cover plate 24 and the handle 23 are accommodated in the accommodating groove 221, the upper surface of the cover plate 24, the upper surface of the handle 23, and the upper surface of the tank lid 22 are flush. Thus, the cover plate 24 and the handle 23 are accommodated in the accommodating groove 221, and the appearance surfaces of the cover plate 24, the handle 23 and the water tank cover 22 are flush, so that the appearance is attractive.
It should be noted that flush is understood that the height difference is zero, or the height difference is within a predetermined range (e.g. less than 1mm, 0.5mm, or 1mm, etc., or within assembly and manufacturing tolerances). Reference will also be made to the following description, where the same or similar descriptions or illustrations are present.
Referring to fig. 3, in some embodiments, the handle 23 is formed with a mounting groove 231, the pressing mechanism 26 includes a pressing member 261 and a first elastic member 262, the pressing member 261 is mounted in the mounting groove 231, the first elastic member 262 is mounted in the mounting groove 231, two ends of the first elastic member 262 respectively abut against the handle 23 and the pressing member 261, the first elastic member 262 is configured to apply an elastic force to the pressing member 261 to prevent the pressing member 261 from extending out of the mounting groove 231, and the pressing member 261 is configured to overcome the elastic force to partially extend out of the mounting groove 231 when being pressed, so that the ejecting mechanism 27 ejects the box body 21 under the action of the pressing member 261 to eject the handle 23 at least partially out of the receiving groove 221. The first elastic member 262 includes, but is not limited to, an elastic member such as a spring.
In this manner, the user can press the pressing piece 261 to extend the pressing piece 261 to mount and trigger the eject mechanism 27 to eject the box body 21 to eject the handle 23 at least partially out of the accommodating groove 221. Meanwhile, after the pressing piece 261 is pressed to trigger the ejecting mechanism 27, the pressing piece 261 is released, and the ejecting mechanism 27 ejects and ejects the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221. At this time, due to the presence of the first elastic member 262, the pressing member 261 is returned to the installation groove 231 by the force of the first elastic member 262 to the pressing member 261. Thus, the operation reliability of the pressing mechanism 26 is more stable, and the pressing piece 261 can be automatically retracted after being pressed, without affecting the ejection mechanism 27 to jack up the handle 23, and without hindering the user from operating the handle 23.
Referring to fig. 3 again, in some embodiments, the pressing member 261 includes a first limiting portion 2611, the first limiting portion 2611 abuts against two sides of the mounting groove 231, and the first limiting portion 2611 is used for limiting the pressing member 261 to be ejected out of the mounting groove 231 under the action of an elastic force.
Specifically, the number of the first retaining portions 2611 is two, and the first retaining portions 2611 are respectively formed on two sides of the pressing member 261, and the first retaining portions 2611 can be abutted against two sides of the mounting groove 231 of the handle 23. This makes it possible for the pressing member 261 not to be ejected out of the mounting groove 231 by the elastic force of the first elastic member 262, ensuring the reliability of the pressing mechanism 26.
Referring to fig. 2 to 6, in some embodiments, the ejecting mechanism 27 includes a mounting seat 271 and an ejecting element 272, the mounting seat 271 is mounted on the box body 21, the ejecting element 272 is mounted in the mounting seat 271 and abuts against the handle 23, and the ejecting element 272 is used for ejecting the mounting seat 271 under the action of the pressing mechanism 26 to eject the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221.
Further, the box body 21 is formed with a housing chamber 212 (see fig. 3), and the mount 271 is fixedly mounted in the housing chamber 212. The ejecting assembly 272 comprises an ejector rod 273, a second elastic member 274 and a locking member 275, wherein the second elastic member 274 is installed in the installation seat 271, the ejector rod 273 is installed on the second elastic member 274, and the ejector rod 273 is used for ejecting out of the installation seat 271 under the action of the second elastic member 274. The pressing mechanism 26 abuts against the top bar 273, and the top bar 273 is also accommodated in the mounting seat 271 by the pressing mechanism 26. The lock member 275 is attached to the mount 271 and connected to the jack 273, and the lock member 275 locks the jack 273 when the jack 273 is received in the mount 271.
Specifically, referring to fig. 2 and 5, in a state where the handle 23 is accommodated in the accommodation groove (see fig. 2), the ejector 273 is accommodated in the mounting seat 271 (see fig. 5). At this time, the locking member 275 is locking the plunger 273. When the top rod 273 is acted by the pressing mechanism 26, the top rod 273 moves towards the mounting seat 271 and compresses the second elastic member 274, the locking member 275 releases the top rod 273 during the movement, and when the pressing mechanism 26 is released, the top rod 273 is ejected out of the mounting seat 271 under the action of the second elastic member 274 so as to eject the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221. It can be understood that, referring to fig. 4 and 6, in the case that the handle 23 is ejected out of the receiving groove 221 (see fig. 4), a force can be applied to the ejector 273 again by the pressing mechanism 26 to press the ejector 273 back into the mounting seat 271 (see fig. 6), and after the pressing, the locking member 275 locks the ejector 273, so that the handle 23 can be received in the receiving groove, i.e., the handle 23 is moved to the position shown in fig. 4, and the ejector 273 is moved from the position shown in fig. 5 to the position shown in fig. 6. Thus, the top rod 273 can be ejected from the mounting seat 271 by applying force to the pressing mechanism 26 and releasing the pressing mechanism, so that the handle 23 can be ejected out of the accommodating groove 221 quickly and conveniently. The second elastic member 274 includes, but is not limited to, an elastic member such as a spring.
Referring to fig. 5 to 8, in some embodiments, the locking member 275 includes a first end 2751 and a second end 2752, the first end 2751 is disposed through the mounting seat 271, the top bar 273 has a sliding slot 2731, and the second end 2752 can slide in the sliding slot 2731. With the mandrel 273 received in the mount 271, the second end 2752 is in the first position A of the chute 2731 to lock the mandrel 273 (as shown in FIG. 5). The second end 2752 is adapted to move along the slide channel 2731 during ejection of the top bar 273 from the mount 271 to move from the first position a to the second position B of the slide channel 2731 to release the top bar 273 (as shown in fig. 6), and to move along the slide channel 2731 from the second position B to the first position a during retraction of the top bar 273 into the mount 271 to lock the top bar 273.
When the plunger 273 is pressed into the mounting seat 271, the second end 2752 is in the first position a of the slide groove 2731 (as shown in fig. 5), and the locking member 275 pulls the plunger 273, so that the second elastic member 274 cannot be released and the plunger 273 is locked. When the push rod 273 moves into the mounting seat 271 with the pressing mechanism 26 pressed to apply a force to the push rod 273, the second end 2752 moves in the slide groove 2731, the second elastic member 274 continues to be compressed, and when the force applied to the push rod 273 is removed, the second elastic member 27415 ejects the push rod 273 to eject the handle 23 out of the accommodating groove 221, at which time the second end 2752 of the locking member 275 slides to the second position B of the slide groove 2731 (as shown in fig. 6).
After the top rod 273 is ejected out of the mounting seat 271 and the box body 21, the top rod 273 can be moved into the mounting seat 271 by applying a force to the pressing mechanism 26 again, the second elastic member 274 is compressed, the second end 2752 of the locking member 275 slides to the first position a of the slide groove 2731, and the locking member 275 locks the top rod 273.
Specifically, referring to fig. 7 to 10, in the present embodiment, the mounting seat 271 has a mounting hole 2715, and the second end 2752 of the locking member 275 is inserted into the mounting hole 2715. The top bar 273 includes an inner stop 2735 and an outer stop 2736, and the slide slot 2731 is defined by the inner stop 2735 and the outer stop 2736 together. Spout 2731 includes locking section 2732 and sets up at locking section 2732 both ends and with the first slip section 2733 and the second slip end of backstop end intercommunication, first slip section 2733 and second slip section 2734 are located the both sides of interior dog 2735, first slip section 2733 and locking section 2732's access connection, second slip section 2734 and locking section 2732's exit linkage, and first slip section 2733 and second slip section 2734 intersect, the bottom of locking section 2732 is spout 2731's first position A, the intersection of first slip section 2733 and second slip section 2734 is spout 2731's second position B. When the plunger 273 is pressed into the mounting ring receptacle, the second end 2752 of the locking member 275 is in the first position A of the slide channel 2731 (i.e., the bottom of the locking segment 2732). In the process of ejecting the top bar 273, the second end 2752 slides from the first position a to the second position B along the locking section 2732 and the second sliding section 2734, and when the second end 2752 slides to the second position B, the top bar 273 ejects the handle 23 out of the receiving groove 221 by a certain distance. During the pressing in of the plunger 273, the second end 2752 of the locking member 275 slides along the first slide portion 2733 and the locking portion 2732 from the second position B to the first position a, and when the second end 2752 slides to the first position a, the plunger 273 is just completely pressed into the mounting seat 271.
Referring to fig. 7 and 8, in some embodiments, the top of the locking section 2732 slopes upward from the side where the first slide section 2733 is located to the side where the second slide section 2734 is located, and the size of the entrance of the locking section 2732 is smaller than the size of the exit of the locking section 2732. Thus, when the second segment of the locking member 275 moves out of the first position A, the second end 2752 first moves upward, then abuts the top of the locking segment 2732 and moves along the side of the second sliding segment 2734, and then exits the locking segment 2732 and slides to the second sliding segment 2734 without exiting the locking segment 2732 and sliding to the first sliding segment 2733.
In addition, with continued reference to fig. 7 and 8, in such an embodiment, the side of the inner stop 2735 on which the bottom sub-second slide 2734 is located is sloped toward the side of the first slide 2733. Thus, as the plunger 273 is pressed into the receptacle 271, the second end 2752 of the locking member 275 moves upward from the intersection of the first and second sliding segments 2733, 2734 and, during movement, abuts against the inner stop 2735, and the inner stop 2735 guides the second end 2752 to slide into the first sliding segment 2733 and not into the second sliding segment 2734.
In this embodiment, the first and second sliding segments 2733, 2734 are asymmetrically disposed, and the second end 2752 is slid into the locking segment 2732 by the first sliding segment 2733 to slide from the second position B to the first position a, and slid out of the locking portion by the second sliding segment 2734 to slide from the first position a to the second position B. It is to be appreciated that in other embodiments, the first and second sliding segments 2733, 2734 can be symmetrically disposed about the locking segment 2732, with the locking segment 2732 configured in a symmetrical configuration, such that locking and releasing of the mandrel 273 can be accomplished as well.
Referring to fig. 5, 6, 7 and 9, in some embodiments, the top rod 273 is formed with a second limiting portion 2737, the mounting seat 271 is formed with an abutting portion 2711, and the abutting portion 2711 abuts against the second limiting portion 2737 to limit the position of the top rod 273 relative to the mounting seat 271.
Specifically, in the process of ejecting the top rod 273 out of the mounting seat 271, the second limiting portion 2737 on the top rod 273 moves along with the top rod 273, and when the second limiting portion 2737 abuts against the abutting portion 2711, the top rod 273 moves to the limit. Thus, the lift lever 273 can be prevented from completely disengaging from the mount 271 by the second elastic member 274.
Referring to FIGS. 6, 7 and 10, in some embodiments, the mounting seat 271 defines a limiting slot 2712, the locking member 275 further includes a connecting end 2753 connecting the first end 2751 and the second end 2752, and the connecting end 2753 is received in the limiting slot 2712. In this way, the restraint slot 2712 may guide the rotation of the connection end 2753 as the second end 2752 slides within the slide slot 2731 to prevent motion failure. Specifically, a limiting rib 2713 is formed on one side of the limiting groove 2712, and the limiting rib 2713 can prevent the connecting end 2753 of the locking piece 275 from disengaging from the limiting groove 2712 to cause movement failure.
Referring to fig. 7 and 9, in some embodiments, the mounting seat 271 further defines a guide groove 2714, the top bar 273 defines a protrusion 2738, and the protrusion 2738 is slidably connected with the guide groove 2714. Thus, the guide groove 2714 can guide the moving direction of the push rod 273 in the process of ejecting and receiving the push rod 273 out of and into the mount 271, so that the push rod 271 can be stably moved in one direction.
It is understood that in other embodiments, a guide groove 2714 may be further formed on the top rod 273, a projection 2738 may be formed on the mounting seat 271, and the projection 2738 and the guide groove 2714 are slidably connected, and the specific arrangement is not limited herein.
Referring to fig. 1, in the above embodiment, the household appliance 100 may further include an operating portion 50, and the operating portion 50 is mounted on the upper panel 10. The operation part 50 is used to operate the home appliance 100, for example, to start the home appliance 100 to operate the home appliance 100, and to set an operation mode of the home appliance 100.
Specifically, in the illustrated embodiment, in some embodiments, the upper surface of the operating portion 50 is substantially flush with the upper surface of the upper panel 10. The appearance is more pleasing to the eye like this to can not collide with the user because of the existence of bellying, improved user experience. In the present embodiment, the operation unit 50 includes a touch display panel. It is understood that in other embodiments, the operating part 50 may select other forms of switches, such as a physical or virtual key, a knob, a slide switch, and the like.
In the present disclosure, unless expressly stated or limited otherwise, the first feature "on" or "under" the second feature may comprise direct contact between the first and second features, or may comprise contact between the first and second features not directly. Also, the first feature being "on," "above" and "over" the second feature includes the first feature being directly on and obliquely above the second feature, or merely indicating that the first feature is at a higher level than the second feature. A first feature being "under," "below," and "beneath" a second feature includes the first feature being directly under and obliquely below the second feature, or simply meaning that the first feature is at a lesser elevation than the second feature.
The disclosure herein provides many different embodiments or examples for implementing different features of the invention. In order to simplify the disclosure of the present invention, the components and arrangements of the specific examples are described herein. Of course, they are merely examples and are not intended to limit the present invention. Furthermore, the present invention may repeat reference numerals and/or reference letters in the various examples, which have been repeated for purposes of simplicity and clarity and do not in themselves dictate a relationship between the various embodiments and/or arrangements discussed. In addition, the present disclosure provides examples of various specific processes and materials, but one of ordinary skill in the art may recognize applications of other processes and/or use of other materials.
In the description of the present specification, reference to the terms "one embodiment", "some embodiments", "illustrative embodiments", "example", "specific example", or "some examples" or the like means that a particular feature, structure, material, or characteristic described in connection with the embodiment or example is included in at least one embodiment or example of the present invention. In this specification, schematic representations of the above terms do not necessarily refer to the same embodiment or example. Furthermore, the particular features, structures, materials, or characteristics described may be combined in any suitable manner in any one or more embodiments or examples.
While embodiments of the present invention have been shown and described, it will be understood by those of ordinary skill in the art that: various changes, modifications, substitutions and alterations can be made to the embodiments without departing from the principles and spirit of the invention, the scope of which is defined by the claims and their equivalents.

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1. A water tank assembly, comprising:
a box body;
the water tank cover is detachably connected with the tank body and is provided with a containing groove;
the lifting handle is connected with the water tank cover and is contained in the containing groove, and the lifting handle can rotate relative to the water tank cover;
the pressing mechanism is mounted on the handle and can extend out of the handle under the condition of being pressed;
the ejection mechanism is mounted on the box body and abuts against the lifting handle, the pressing mechanism abuts against the ejection mechanism, and the pressing mechanism is used for exerting acting force on the ejection mechanism under the condition of being pressed so that the ejection mechanism is ejected out of the box body to at least partially eject the lifting handle out of the accommodating groove.
2. The water tank assembly as claimed in claim 1, wherein the handle is formed with a mounting groove, the pressing mechanism comprises a pressing member mounted to the mounting groove and a first elastic member mounted to the mounting groove and having both ends respectively abutting against the handle and the pressing member, the first elastic member is configured to apply an elastic force to the pressing member to prevent the pressing member from protruding out of the mounting groove, and the pressing member is configured to overcome the elastic force to partially protrude out of the mounting groove when pressed, so that the ejecting mechanism ejects the tank body to at least partially eject the handle out of the receiving groove under the action of the pressing member.
3. The water tank assembly as claimed in claim 2, wherein the pressing member includes a first position-limiting portion, the first position-limiting portion abuts against two sides of the mounting groove, and the first position-limiting portion is configured to limit the pressing member from being ejected out of the mounting groove under the action of the elastic force.
4. A water tank assembly as claimed in claim 1, wherein said ejection mechanism comprises a mounting block mounted to said tank body and an ejection assembly mounted in said mounting block and abutting said handle, said ejection assembly being adapted to eject said mounting block to eject said handle at least partially out of said receiving recess under the action of said pressing mechanism.
5. The water tank assembly of claim 4, wherein the ejection assembly comprises a push rod, a second elastic member and a locking member, the second elastic member is mounted in the mounting seat, the push rod is mounted to the second elastic member, and the push rod is used for ejecting the mounting seat under the action of the second elastic member;
the pressing mechanism abuts against the ejector rod, and the ejector rod is also used for being retracted into the mounting seat under the action of the pressing mechanism;
the locking piece is arranged on the mounting seat and connected with the ejector rod, and the locking piece is used for locking the ejector rod under the condition that the ejector rod is accommodated in the mounting seat.
6. The water tank assembly as claimed in claim 5, wherein the locking member comprises a first end and a second end, the first end is installed on the mounting seat in a penetrating manner, the push rod is provided with a sliding groove, the second end can slide in the sliding groove, and under the condition that the push rod is received in the mounting seat, the second end is located at a first position of the sliding groove to lock the push rod;
the second end is used for moving along the sliding groove in the process that the ejector rod is ejected out of the mounting seat so as to move from the first position to the second position of the sliding groove to release the ejector rod, and is used for moving along the sliding groove from the second position to the first position in the process that the ejector rod is retracted into the mounting seat so as to lock the ejector rod.
7. The water tank assembly as claimed in claim 5, wherein the push rod is formed with a second limit portion, and the mounting seat is formed with an abutting portion abutting against the second limit portion to limit the position of the push rod relative to the mounting seat.
8. The water tank assembly as recited in claim 1, including a cover plate rotatably connected to said water tank cover, said handle rotatably connected to said cover plate, said water tank cover and said handle respectively connected to both sides of said cover plate, said cover plate received in said receiving groove;
and under the condition that the lifting handle is ejected out of the accommodating groove by the ejection mechanism, the lifting handle is used for driving the cover plate to partially separate from the accommodating groove under the condition of being lifted.
9. The water tank assembly as recited in claim 8, wherein the receiving groove is formed on an upper surface of the water tank cover, and an upper surface of the cover plate, an upper surface of the handle and an upper surface of the water tank cover are flush with each other with the cover plate and the handle received in the receiving groove.
10. A household appliance, characterized in that it comprises:
the upper panel is provided with an opening;
the water tank assembly as defined in any one of claims 1-9, said water tank assembly being disposed through said opening and mounted to and exposed from said upper panel.
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