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I bought a new frontload washer and a used pesestal for it, but the pedestal only came with for small screws. I was told that this was all I needed but I am not convinced. Seems like there should be more to it than that.

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  • Zak Steigerwald Dec 04, 2011

    what size are the 4 screws?

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There isnt anything more needed than the 4 screws.
The bottom of the front loader is designed to center itself into the pedestal so that the 4 screws are all that is needed to keep it locked down.

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