Question about Washing Machines
I acquired awhile ago a used AEG OKO LAVAMAT 6450 washing machine. At the time I did not need it b/c my old machine was working fine. Well recently I switched to the AEG and after a few washes, I noticed that the bolt at the back (a long bolt with a spring) had broken off. Now I do not know if the bolt was supposed to be removed when moving the machine or if it is supposed to stay on but I stopped using the machine just in case (the machine still works). I have two questions i) What is the bolt doing there (i noticed before that it screwed into the drum and I think the spring acted as a shock absorber) and was it supposed to be removed after moving? My next question, where can I find ENGLISH Installation and Operational instructions for this washer?Thanks.
The bolt you described is indeed a transit bolt and should be removed. I believe that the current UK agents for aeg are service force. Check their website for your nearest branch.
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Posted on Dec 23, 2008
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