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Washing machine jumping

I just plumbed a new machine and fitted an integrated door. The machine has very little clearance at the top but the worktop height is standard. The people using the machine say that it did 2 washes without problem but on the third it jumped and moved a lot. Have I erred or is it for some other reason? The machine is on a tiled floor, on concrete and is level.

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  • jabbathehut Mar 11, 2008

    Helpful thanks but I did remove them at installation

  • jabbathehut Mar 11, 2008

    Thanks. Will do. Lock nuts could be cause as 1 might not be tight and the wash may have been too heavy. I will report back at a later time. Thanks again


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If its a new machine did you remove the shipping braces

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  • robert samples Mar 11, 2008

    ok make sure you tightend the lock nuts on the leveling legs and ask them what they were washing at the time of the malfunction as they may have been the cause of the un balance also brand and model would help


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