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My samung washing machine will not stop moving no matter what i do its damage the side and ive only had it 2 days

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Hi.. thanks for the question did you remove the shipping bolts. if they are not removed it will shake all over. look at the manual on how to do this. or call a tech from store you bought it from .should have been installed for free thanks the appliance doc

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