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Can a washing machine travel on its side. I want to pick one up and take it home in my car will i be able to do this

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If its a front loader you may damage the suspension or break somthing else inside,you can fit transit bolts to them.if its a top loader you can lay it down just take care.but it is better to stand all machines upright if possible.

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Get a lot of vibration on the high spin cycle. Looks like I need to replace the bearings. Can you replace just the bearings? I saw the whole drum can be replaced.


It depends on the make and model of the machine you have. Some drums are bolted together with a front and a back half that split apart. some are heat sealed at the point of manufacture and can't be split. If you take the top off your machine, it should be pretty cleat if the 2 halves are bolted together (You will see bolts). Just be aware that for the noviice, this is a nightmare job. Not only do you have to get the drum out, you then have to knock out the old bearings with ppopriatly sized drifts, without damaging the seats they sit in. THEN you have to get the new ones in without doing any damage to the bearings ot the seats, then you have to get the seal between the 2 halves to seal without any leaks. I recondition machines for a living and I avoid bearing swaps like the plague. I would seriously consider consigning the machine to the scrapheap, rather than doing it yourself!

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http://portal.bsh-partner.com/portal(bD1lbiZjPTA2MA==)/PORTALFRAME.HTM

Enter model number.

if that is a perishable link, start from http://www.bosch.com pick "continent" then pick your country then "home appliances" then "support"

Jan 29, 2012 | Bosch Washing Machines

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Where are the travelling bolts found in the front loaders


They will be in the rear of the chassis one either side, about an inch from the side and almost exactly half way up. Typically they will have a 10mm head and be set in a plastic cup

Jul 27, 2011 | Whirlpool Washing Machines

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When machine cycles to spin it seems be out of balance. When empty the tub has more play as if it has lost support that would prevent excessive side to side travel.


Hi.

To start try regulating balance, as illustrated on the owners manual. Depending on the model, there are several faults that can cause same condition.

Please give us the complete model number , so that we can help further.

Thanks.

Feb 02, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Which is the best side loading washing machine for home appliance


The best front loader bar none is the Frigidaire. Least worked on out there and most dependable also. Only one I will have in my home. Compare the prices and repair costs also.

Jan 31, 2010 | Washing Machines

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Need the instructions


I found this Link at Siemens Home page in the UK. I don't know if that is where you are but they also have several other locations to pick from. Also a similar model might give you the guidance you are looking for

http://www.siemens-home.co.uk/our-products/laundry/washing-machines/WM14S79BUK.html?source=browse

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I need to change the plug on my washing machine.


If you have never before - it's best to hire a professional to avoid problems/fires/etc.


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Mar 12, 2009 | Kenmore Washing Machines

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Water leaking inside the washing machine


you need to replace the water valve there should be 2 screws in the back bottom corner of your control panel take them out then stand in front grab each side of control and slide foward control and then pick up and lean it back then you will see a 2 clips holding you housing of your washing machine and a plug undo the clips and unplug the wire once done that grab each side of the casing and swivel it foward then slide the bottom front foward now you can access the water valve to replace it please rate

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Washing machine picks little or no dertergent while washing


sounds like a dirty dispenser asm. remove drawer by pressing tab on rear left . check for build up on holes on top.

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