Question about Washing Machines
Floor may not be as solid as you think.remove pedistal drawers make sure the screws holding pedistal to washer are tight 2 front and 2 back going into bottom of washer frame next adj legs so bottom of pedistal is as close to the floor as possible you may have to lossen the lock nuts to do this next try rocking the unit by hand and adj front legs as needed to stop motion and and give washer a solid feel retighten lock nuts up to bottom of pedistal
Posted on May 06, 2008
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