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I just purchased a Samsung WA10F4 washing machine. It appears to only have a screw type levelling adjustment on one foot.

How is this machine levelled without using shims?

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SOURCE: Kenmore 70 Series heavy duty washing machine

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remove edge decore trims from left and right side front of control panel
remove phillips screws from bottom corners of contol panel
remove knob from water level selector
raise control panel ~1 inch then flip over backwords on pivots
depress lock tab on righ/underside of water level control body where it touches metal mount plate
rotate water level control body 90deg anticolckwise
pull body off
top side of body next to knob shaft is 1/8 hex head bolt
turn clockwise to rais water level
anticlockwise to lower water level
machine can be operated with this part not fitted so can check level. fill, adjust screw, fill will start again, adjust screw, until water level is correct
reinstall in reverse order

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SOURCE: GE SpaceMaker washing machine does not stop filling.

try replacing your water selenoid coming in. remember it isnt a mechanical timer it is a computerized timer, so if the selenoid isnt the problem, it might be the computerized timer. computers are very finicky, pain in the a- -!

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SOURCE: EZI Sensor is unbalanced on every load

Problem now solved, Simpson solved it by informing me that this machine comes with 4 transit straps on the bottom of the bowl to the adjustable feet. Its not stated anywhere on the material supplied.

Posted on Dec 16, 2009

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All washing machines need to be 'level' and not able to rock. Spin cycles tend to show unballanced/level machines 'best'!
Is it possible that the concrete has been worn in some place(s) under the feet? If so:-

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