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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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If top loader (you put washing in from top) try to fix by open the lid and move the clothes around.
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Hello, Welcome to FixYa. If you have the transport bolts/pins in place, it won't matter as their function is to stabalize the unit and prevent damage during moving. If the bolts/pins are NOT present, the unit should be held perfectly straight up and down ( top UP ) to prevent any internal componets from bashing around and moved very carefully & gently. Hope that naswers you question or quells your concern. Thank you for choosing FixYa and good luck with your move. Please take a moment to rate the info provided and write a testimony if you feel it's warranted. Regards, Macmarkus :)

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Hi from retired Englishman in France,

It is imperative that washing machines are absolutely 'level', especially most noticeable when carrying out the spin cycle.

You need, in a hurry, to have the 4 (probable) feet underneath adjusted so that all of them are FIRMLY on the floor. New machines in the UK and France come with an adjustment spanner- I will presume yours has.
The ones at the rear can be left alone provided they are 'locked' with a locking nut and will not rotate. Probably just one of the two at the front needs to be tightened down firmly to stop the machine being capably of being rocked by firm pushes. If it rocks from the right-hand side then it is the right-hand side which should be adjusted.Conversly the left-hand side.
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hi sir' start the wash machine empty and see if it happens when nothing is in it.
2. When machine is off, open the top grab the centerpiece inside the wash machine and pull and push it slowly, does it move? (For safety unplug the machine)
3. Make sure machine is 100% level (front to back, left to right)

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