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Spacer and balance

When I received my machine, it was already out of the box and the four hexnut screws were tampered. How do I know whether the spacers were removed? Were they an internal items or external. THanks. Next, what is the best way to balance the machine, I am not having much luck especially when the unit is tightly in a closet space and hard to reach the back levering machinism.

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    How can i balance the machine ,wen do the spin make to moch vibration



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The Malber has spacers but does not have a lever in the back so I am not sure what brand of machine you have. If it is the Malber, the spacers in the back are internal and need to be removed. They can be accessed by removing the hex screws and then removing the back panel. The spacers should fall to the bottom of the machine when the hex screws are removed. They can then be retrieved easily with the back panel removed. Be careful reaching into the back of the machine as there are many sharp edges in there.

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