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SO IT IS POSSIBLE I MOVED IT OUT OF PLACE AND WITH EVERYTHING WORKING THAT IS POSITIVE RIGHT I HAVE A FRIEND COMING OVER TOMORROW TO HELP DO WHAT YOU SUGGESTED TAKING IT APART AND PUTTING IT BACK IN T RIGHT PLACE I HAVE NOT HOOKED UP THE WHIRLPOOL DRYER YET THAT WAS ALSO TRANSPORTED ON ITS SIDE IS THERE GOING TO BE APROBLEM WITH THAT TO THANKS

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I wouldn't think you will have a problem with the dryer. They have more supports for the drum. But anything is possible..lol. After you get the washer set up, Plug the dryer in and try it first before you move it into its final place. If you don't have an appliance dolly it is a good idea to rent one.. Much easier to move these things around and saves your back.

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