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Hot point HVL-241 first edition 1400 washing machine

Hello,
Our new machine fails to heat the water and after completing a cycle, it begins to take in water , do you need to remove the concrete anti vibration block ,mounted on the top of drum ?

thanks in advance

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    Glenn Rogers May 11, 2010

    Did you get this taken care of already?

    Yes, there are things that hold the drum steady while in transit and for transport and setup in the home. That being said, I can't address the concrete block you have. I suggest you ask at the place where you bought it. Otherwise, these other retainers are usually bright yellow, green or orange and if you don't remove these the machine will make a racket and walk around on its feet... no telling just what damage may result.

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Just leave that concrete block there, it is to prevent your tub from taking off skywards.

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