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Machine too heavy to move

I can't slide my new machine into its space as it's too heavy and won't budge. My old machine had gliders at the rear and adjustable feet at the front but this one has four adjustable feet. Note: It's actually a Bosch WAE32464GB 1600 speed front load washer but this site won't accept anything that they haven't listed as valid?!

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The only way to move a heavy machine is to push on the front and tilt it back then walk it into position.
you may need help.
you can get sliders at walgreens but they may cause issues as they wear.

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