If machine is new, it's possible the white plastic "shipping restrainer" was not removed from beneath machine. This gadget holds the drum in place, so it can rotate but not swing around on its spring mountings. If this is the case, just tip machine way back, and look beneath. If I remember correctly, the restraint is about 6"x9" at bottom - and I think it has two pointed "cones" that stick up about 6".
Also, check that 4 restraining bolts were removed from rear. Check your manual for details on those.
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Try setting the washer dial to the stop setting at the end of setting number 4 then set the dryer timer and turn on the machine. This works for mine to get the dryer to run by itself. It should begin about 30 seconds later, when the door locks. Hope this helps.
I haven't experienced that problem, but is it possible that the machine becomes unbalanced with the spinning load and then aborts the spin, so it doesn't finish? Has the machine been properly leveled during installation?
The rear 2 legs are fixed. The front 2 are adjustable. There are lock nuts to prevent the adjustment from coming loose. The front legs are to be adjusted to the minimum. While not running if the machine rocks, continue the adjustment.
For few clothes there is a half load switch; best the read the manual well before anything. Well if the walking continues, check the rear for any shocks or springs that may hv fallen off during transport. Plug off the wall socket first.