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Most screens are on a pivitable base stand.if it falls forward or back open or remove the cover from the base stand connected to the back of the monitor and tighten the nuts at the sides.

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My power flash off & back on, now I have an F6 error, how do i fix / reset it? Thanks

Hi Dana, it's Jack at Dyson.

I'm sorry to hear you're having difficulty with your Dyson Cool AM08 Pedestal fan. If your machine displays an F6 error code I would strongly encourage you to contact Dyson directly, as we will need to provide further assistance to help you to resolve this.

When you have your machine easily to hand, please contact the Dyson Customer Helpline on 0800 298 0298 (UK), 1-866-693-9766 (US), 1-877-397-6622 (CA) or 1800 239 766 (AU). Our experts will be happy to take some additional details and advise you of your options.

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Is Washer Leaking From Soap Dispenser Drawer? Try this first!

There are a lot of times that some problems can be fixed very easily by the owner themselves and at no cost at all. This is one of them.
Some people experience that the soap drawer leaks from the front of the soap drawer dispenser on certain cycles, this can be caused by a couple of things but could just be a very simple fix which you should try first before calling a engineer.

MACHINE LEANING SLIGHTLY FORWARD: This is the main tip and FIRST CHECK anyone should do before going on to the next tips. If a machine is not level and leaning forward the water that is in the drawer while filling will be forced forward and can easily get past the drawer and leak down the front of the machine especially if the dispenser housing is slightly warped. If this is your experience then first thing to do is to check the machine is level. Adjust the front feet on the machine to raise the front making it level or slightly leaning back. This will cause the water to be forced to the back of the soap drawer dispenser allowing it to go in to the machine and not out the front of the drawer. Make this the first thing you do as it can be as simple as that.

If this has not solved your problem then check for:

EXCESSIVE WATER PRESSURE: Some people have very good water pressure in their areas (normally cold supply), if this is the case and you have a cut off valve in your system at the filling pipes (red&blue pipes, sometimes red&grey) then you just need to figure out which water is being pumped in at that time and then turn that valve off slightly (NOT ALL THE WAY!) only slightly and this will slow the amount of water entering the machine. This will cause the machine to take a bit longer to fill so the wash will take slightly longer to complete. So please bear this in mind if you have adjusted the water pressure! It won't be a new fault!

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I need to replace my Kenmore He3t washer (110-42932-200) but am hoping to reuse the pedestal. Will this work with current Whirlpool Duet models (LG now makes Kenmore)

As long as the foot clamps can be adjusted for a slightly different 'footprint' there shouldn't be a problem. A lot of pedestals are made to be used with different machines and most machines have similar dimensions. The clamps are generally adjustable for various machines..
Good luck.

The clamps on the corners need to be adjustable to suit a different 'footprint'

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When itry to make bread dough in the mixer, the bowl locking mechanism doesnt work properly and the bowl moves and top of mixer jumps around how can i fix this

You need to make sure that the hinge pin is tight, turn machine completely upside down and tighten the slotted screw up inside the pedestal. If that doesn't fix it you will need to check that the locking lever is properly engaging in the slot. You may need to "SLIGHTLY" file the slot in the pedestal that the lever engages into. If you go mad with the file you could wreck the slot.

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I have a kitchenaid K5SS. The beater keeps hitting the bowl even after adjustment screws was adjusted. What else can I do to fix problem

Check the four large screws at the back of the motor housing. They screw up thru the pedestal into the gear/motor housing. If they are loose that can allow the motor to tilt forwards. Check also the ones under the pedestal base, I have never seen those ones loose though and they would not cause your problem.

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How do you install whirlpool duet pedestal

Make sure that you get the pedestal designed for your washer. The white pedestal for the GHW9400P would be LAB2700MQ. (There are slight differences in the pedestals for different series washers. The holes in the base of the washer will not line up with the holes in the pedestal for a mismatched combination.)

First if your washer has been installed, uninstall it. You need to turn off the water. Then disconnect the power cord and (carefully) the fill hoses. Loosen the hoses first and then completely remove them. Drain the hoses into a bucket. Disconnect the drain hose from the back of the washer. Use pliers to squeeze the clamp to get the drain hose loose.

Pull the washer away from the wall. Cover the area behind the washer with cardboard and tip the washer onto its back (on the cardboard).

Pull out the drawer of the pedestal. Next snap the spacers into the holes on the top of the pedestal. (These are part of the hardware kit in the drawer of the pedestal.) Remove the shipping spacers from the front of the pedestal (behind the drawer). Remove the Philips head screw from the drawer slides and pull the drawer completely out (save the screws). Push the slides back into the pedestal.

Look at the washer and remove the feet if present. Partially install two of the hex head screws from the pedestal installation kit in the bottom holes of the washer. (These are at the center back of the washer if it is standing up.) Leave the screws about 3/8" from the bottom of the washer. Move the pedestal over to the washer and slide the keyhole openings of the pedestal over the two partially installed screws. Position the pedestal against the top of the washer and insert the remaining two hex head screws. Do not tighten completely.

Align the pedestal with the base of the washer on all sides. When it is lined up, tighten the 4 screws by reaching through the drawer opening of the pedestal. Bring the washer and pedestal back upright. Reinstall the washer (remove the packaging if this was a new install). Level (front to back and side to side) the washer using the pedestal feet (again reach through the drawer opening). Make sure that all 4 feet touch the floor. Tighten all 4 locknuts.

Pull out the drawer slides and reinstall the drawer. Reinstall the Philips screws. Close the drawer.

For pictures of the install, go to the Whirlpool support site . Search for your pedestal and get the installation manual. The direct link for the LAB2700MQ0 install is .

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

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How do we install the pedestal to the front load Kenmore washer

The pedestals bolt into the bottom of the washer where the legs where.

This is definatly a heavy job, so it's best to get 2 more people to help you out.

#1 Remove all 4 legs that came on the washer factory.

#2 Make sure you have enough room to manouver the machines. The washer is going to be the most difficult so start with it.

#3 Have your friends tilt the machine back and you slide the pedestal under the machine.

#4 Kneel down infront of the machine to prevent it from sliding forward.

#5 Have your friends lift up the back of the machine and walk it forward until the holes in the top of the pedestal are in line wiht the holes from where the legs where.

#6 Thread in the bolts and tighten.

**You will need to take out the drawer of the pedestal to get the back bolts in. There are plastic clips on the inside of the runners, just push those down at hte same time and pull the drawer**

Good luck! Please let me know if this was helpful!

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I have bolted a pedestal sink to the wall. The pedestal is a separate piece, and is loose under the sink. Evidently the sink is bolted slightly too high, though I had the sink resting on the pedestal...

Place spacers between sink and pedestal.You may need to replace current screws or bolts with slightly longer ones to compensate for the spacer thickness. Spacers could be almost any materiel but plastic or rubber would be best against water damage.

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