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SEtup.. on final spin it "walks"

So I just bought a 3.5cu ft frontload washer and after leveling it and all that jazz it spins out of whack( ie walks on the floor and an err code) develops. I didnt take out the shipping plugs as I really didnt think this was necessary as far as operation is concerned, is it?

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100 percent absolutely needed. this unit has alot of power and energy when it goes into the final spin. it will get up to about 1,000 rpms and that needs to be contained by the shocks and suspension.
without removing the shipping bolts this unit wont be able to be used.
but the good thing is it will only move about 5 feet as then it will pull the plug out of the wall!! LOL
take out the bolts and plugs and then it should work well for you.

Posted on Jan 15, 2009

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