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Excessive spin My stackable washer has a spinning cycle that rattles the entire unit to the point that I'm afraid it will fall. the whole unit moves 5-10 inches while on the spinning cycle.

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I had this issue when I first purchased my stackable washer.. Because it was still under warranty, I had someone check it out. Apparently when it was installed they forgot to take out the security clamp that secures the unit during delivery.. duh!!

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