Question about Whirlpool LAB2700ML Pedestal Drawer for Duet Washers & Dryers
Whirlpool Duet Sport is on pedestals, would it be better off the pedestals. Any suggestions
Theres a few things you can do to stop it from walking.
but the best way i know is to use washer anchors.
Whirlpool part# 155P3 $22.95
Im going to assume that you have eaither the wfw8300 or wfw8400
the main differences is the suspention system in them. the 8300 uses a 5 point system that work but really you should only use the washer on solid flooring like concrete. the 8400 uses a 6 point with better shocks.
if you have this washer on a main floor with basment underneith it you might want to check the floor. grab a glass of water when it starts to shake and walk and put it on the floor, if the water is jumping then the floor is the problem.
eaither way the anchor kit i have listed above will stop your issues with it moving and walking.
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Double check the screws holding the washer to the pedestal to make sure they are tight and make sure all the jam nuts on the leveling legs are tight. Loose jam nuts are the most common cause of this.
If they are tight, loosen the right front leg and screw it up until the weight is off the floor. Then run it back down until it contacts the floor. Put the washer in high spin and tighten it down to the floor until you get the spot where there is the least vibration. Tighten jam nut, and check it again in spin with a load of clothes.
Post back and let me know how this works.
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