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Not sure what flooring needed to site Rangemaster

Should the Rangemaster be placed on a solid base if you have a wooden floor.

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The heat will not bother any floor. the cooker has feet on the bottom that can level the cooker even if the floor is out. so just go ahead and enjoy your cooker. do not forget to put a plug for the electric start egnition not far away or behind the cooker itself. and there must be chain hooks to hold the cooker to the wall. there is usually a gas baynet fitting that needs to be there so make sure the gas pipes are not to far away before getting your corgie gas fitter to instal the cooker.

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Hi, You can place your range cooker on any floor, but make sure it is level..

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Which type of wood floor is right for me, solid or engineered?


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Stacking washer and dryer still vibrating and walking during spin cycle even though stacking kit is attached


Assuming that you've installed the stack kit according to instructions, you should check the following:
1. The dryer should be securely attached to the washer and not wiggle or move. The washer must always go on the bottom of the stack.
2. Washer should be level and have all four level legs making solid contact with the floor, no wobbling.
3. Make sure the drain hose is not pinched or restricted (or there is not debris in the drain pump) as a slow pump out will accentuate vibration problems.
4. Make certain you've removed all of the washer packing bolts before using the machine (see owners manual for description.)
5. The floor must be solid with no "springy" or "spongy" feel. No matter what you do to the laundry set it will vibrate on a less than solid floor. This occurs on upstairs installations or other wooden floors, especially in an older home. Sometime the floor can be braced to stiffen it. Also, vibration pads are sold that might help minimize the vibration. The walking is a symptom of vibration.

Experience shows that most problems of this sort result from incorrect installation and/or flooring issues, not the laundry. You should not attach it to the wall. It is possible the washer has a problem in which case a technician would need to check the unit. They can check the suspension and drive system for proper operation.

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I just bought a Kenmore front load clothes washer and will have it delivered in a week. I did not buy the base that raises the washer to a more comfortable height. I was thinking of building a sturdy...


A friend of mine built an 18 inch high wooden base to raise his wife's washer & dryer because of her bad back, and he had no trouble with it. Speaking as a carpenter, I would make sure that your base is designed strong enough to hold the weight of both machines plus the water that will be in the washer. Use 3/4 inch plywood for the top of the base, with a 2x4 frame underneath. If it will be sitting directly on a cement floor, use treated lumber to avoid wood rot.

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I'm about to install a kohler ''persuade'' dual flush toilet bowl but I found out that the slot where you put the 2 screws wasn't in there so what should i DO?


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If so, that is called a closet flange. You will need to pick one up at Home Depot or Lowes. There are various kinds. If your floor is a concrete pad then you may have to get one that just slides down inside your waste pipe. It can be glued in. If you are upstairs and have a wooden sub floor you can get one with treated deck screws to screw into the floor.

If you have a digital camera, tale close up pictures of the waste site and take them to the store and show them to someone who works in the department. He will know what you need.

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Can not keep the HE 3 washer from jumping around on the spin cycle. Floor is level and machine is level with legs locked in place. Have lowered leveling legs to the base and locked them tight with the...


these machines can have this problem when placed on a pedestal and/or the floor may be level but not solid. a "bouncy" floor will amplify any movements. remember, these machines are much heavier and spin much faster than top-loaders. just because it doesn't jiggle doesn't mean the floor is level. you may have to brace to floor or foundation somehow

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Reducing the noise when the washing machine is on spin cycle


Nothing is wrong w/ the unit. It must be solid on the floor with no movement in the feet relative to the flooring or it will rock when spinning. Floor is simply not solid enough. Use slower spin speed to alleviate issue or relocate it. Thanks, please leave feedback or contact me again for more info if you need it.

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Walking during the spin cycle


Try placing it on a rubber mat or carpet that has a rubber backing. The floor may be too smooth and allows it to walk.

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