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Stakcing Issue I have the new blue LG washer with the gas dryer stacked ontop. I have the washer sitting in a drain pan as it sits in the closet of my masterbedroom. When the washer hits spin cycle the set starts ocillating and clanging. I cant imaging that this is good. I need help. The combo is heavy as hell and in a tight spot so if I am to undo something I want to make sure I only have to do it once. The potential for collateral damage is high here.

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Re: Stakcing Issue

Take the drain pan out and leavel the washer and the dryer.

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Re: Stakcing Issue

   Front load washers require a rock solid floor.  Anything less will add to vibration and noise.  If you feel the washer spinning when standing in the room the floor is not solid enough.  
   Make sure all 4 legs are solid on the ground and that they have the lock nuts tightened.  When unit is spinning try running a front leg up and down a little and see if this changes the sound.

Posted on Oct 23, 2007

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