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Do the dryer feet need to be removed to stack the dryer on the whirlpool model wfw9200sqa10 duet.  I have the brackets but not the instructions.

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YOU WILL NEED TO PURCHASE A STACKING KIT FOR THIS. INSTRUCTIONS INCLUDED AND SIMPLE TO SET UP.

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http://www.whirlpool.com/catalog/category.jsp?cat=115

You can also call Whirlpool at (866) 698-2538 and speak to them about your particular washer and dryer.

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