Question about GE WSXH208A Front Load Washer
I'm not aware of any "balance things that go in the back" as you put it. if by chance you are refering to the transportation/shipping bolts, they need to be removed when the unit is in use and only neccessary for moving the washer.
Try this first **UNPLUG the unit from the wall** before calling a tech.
# 1...make sure you use "HE" detergent in any front load washer, including this one.
You can pull off the bottom service panel (2 screws) on the front of the washer and look to see the shock absorber's or the concrete counter weights aren't broken. while you're at it, pull off the top and inspect the suspension springs are intact to the cabinet/chassis.
Posted on Sep 29, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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