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Re: BACK LEG LEVELING ARM
The back legs are usually not adjustable. Adjust the front legs & lock them with the lock nuts, at the lowest level, that is the machine tilts towards the front. Adjust further if there is any shake when you try with your hands.
You could also check to see if any springs or shocks have become loose. Refer manual.
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1 Kneelnext to the left side of the elliptical's base. Use the Phillips screwdriver totighten the two screws located in the center of the left pedal.2 Use theAllen wrench to remove the bolt securing the left pedal arm to the pedal legand body arm. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screw securing therear end of the pedal leg to the crank arm.3 Pull theend of the pedal leg free of the crank arm. Wipe the crank arm clean, thenapply a fresh coating of machine grease or silicone lubricant. Replace the endof the pedal leg back onto the crank arm and use the previously removed screwto secure it back into place.4 Join thefront end of the left pedal arm to the ends of the pedal leg and body arm. Usethe previously removed bolt to connect the pieces together.5 Move to the right side of the elliptical and repeatthe above steps on the right pedal arm
Kneel next to the left side of the elliptical's base. Use the Phillips screwdriver to tighten the two screws located in the center of the left pedal. 2
Use the Allen wrench to remove the bolt securing the left pedal arm to the pedal leg and body arm. Use the Phillips screwdriver to remove the screw securing the rear end of the pedal leg to the crank arm. 3
Pull the end of the pedal leg free of the crank arm. Wipe the crank arm clean, then apply a fresh coating of machine grease or silicone lubricant. Replace the end of the pedal leg back onto the crank arm and use the previously removed screw to secure it back into place. 4
Join the front end of the left pedal arm to the ends of the pedal leg and body arm. Use the previously removed bolt to connect the pieces together. 5
Move to the right side of the elliptical and repeat the above steps on the right pedal arm.
If your Maytag is dancing across the floor the most common problem is the leveling. If one or more of the feet are not level it ill wobble and walk around the floor. When you level the machine on the top both directions make sure the set nut is tightened so you will not have to retighten it again later.
Hi, I know this probably won't help whoever posted this because I'm
really late, but it will helpfully help out those still searching
online. 1. Attach one leg brace (E) to the leg (F) using two
M6*40 screws (K), four washers (P) and two nuts (Q). Repeat this step to
attach the other leg (F). See Fig.1 2. Attach the other leg brace (E) to the legs (F) using one M6*40 screw (K), two washers (P) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.2 3.
Attach one rocker connector (G) to the leg (F) using one M6*55 screw
(M), two washers (P), one spacer (O) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step
to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.3 4. Attach the other rocker connector (G) to the leg (F) using one M6*60 screw (N), two washers (P) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to attach the other leg (F). See Fig.4 5. Attach the left arm (B) to the chair back (C) using two M6*35 screws (J) and two washers (P). Repeat this step to attach the right arm (A). See Fig.5 6.
Attach the chair seat (E) to the arm front side using two M6*20 screws
(I), two washers (P) and two large washers (S). Attach the chair seat
(E) to the arm rear side using two M6*35 screws and two washers (P). See
Fig.6 7. Attach the assembled chair bucket to the lower end of the rocker connector (G) using one M6*50 screw, two washers (P), one spacer (O) and one nut (Q). Repeat this step to assemble the other three connection points. See Fig.7 8. Fully tighten all screws using wrench (T) and Allen Key (U). Cover all hardware with screw caps (H) and nut covers (R) respectively. See Fig.8
as far as leveling goes once leveling legs have been set,you can lock them in place by turning the nut on leg itself counter clockwise until its secure to top of leg,however if the unit is shaking during spin cycle and is located in upper floor laundry setting,chances are the floor is weak,and cannot withstand downward force generated during final spin...add an absorption pad under unit to assist/alleive the issue
Try using plastic shims from any Major hardware outlet, and place on the right side until even. Make sure the shims, or even a block of wood the space you need to level the unit. Try screwing the back right leg out as far as you can and screw the left back leg in to shorten it, if you have that feature.
take the lid off the spacers should be at the back but when u undue the big hex screws at the back they usually fall out anyway now easiest way to balance is by just using the front adjusters and not the back make slight adjustment on each leg just so you stop swaying from side to side you dont make the washer level level you need it to sloop slightly backwards anyway to stop water from coming out of the soap drawer another thing i do when leveling a washer is once u turn 1 leg with 1 hand hold the washer by the top so u stop it from rocking now adjust the other leg up until that 1 hits the floor and turn once more now try and rock it if it doesnt move from side to side now your done dont adjust the back legs more than likely it doesnt have legs at the back most have wheels on the back now anyway m8