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Lg washing machine pedistals

How do I remove the drawer from the pedistals for leveling the machine. It vibrates during the spin and I don't know how to remove the drawer to get in to adjust the levelers. Thanks

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Re: lg washing machine pedistals

You will have to have the washer lifted to screw the leg back into the bottom. As far as the shaking...try some vibration isolation pads. the best $30 i have ever spent.I have a front loader on a pedestal vibrated the pictures of the wall in the next room. with the pads I hardly know its running.( and the drawer stays shut)

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