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Leveling ge washer

I am having trouble leveling my ge washer. the floor is uneven and causes the washer to lean to the right. The front pens reposition, but the back pens don't - not sure how to make this happen
any and all help is greatly appreciated.

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Try using plastic shims from any Major hardware outlet, and place on the right side until even. Make sure the shims, or even a block of wood the space you need to level the unit. Try screwing the back right leg out as far as you can and screw the left back leg in to shorten it, if you have that feature.

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