Question about Whirlpool Duet GHW9150P Front Load Washer
Hi from retired Englishman in SW France,
If your posting is complete (?) the answer is 'no'; it is not hard to unhook. Taps turned off and unscrew hoses and put them in the drum so they are not lost. Unhook (probably) the drain hose and attach as best as you can to the rear- with tie-wraps or something similar. Disconnect plug from electricity supply and do the same with the plug and cable. Those are the easy bits.
Now- ideally when moving a washer the transit bolts should be in place to stop the drum and suspension from thrashing about and becoming damaged. If the original transit bolts cannot be found, a get-around method is to remove the back and pack the interior around the drum with blocks of sponge and/or blankets or equivalent, paying particular attention to NOT disturbing or damaging any plugs, cables or hoses in the process! Careful handling and transportation should be requested ;-0)
I hope my rantings were what was asked for!
Good luck, John C
Posted on Mar 24, 2011
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