Question about Washing Machines
DID YOU REMOVE THE TRANSIT BRACKETS AT THE BACK OF THE MACHINE TWO BIG BOLTS USUALLY EITHER SIDE.
COMMON FAULT OF OWNER NOT REMOVING THE BRACKETS. CAUSES THE MACHINE TO GO JUMP AROUND
HOPE THIS HELPS
SORRY FOR THE CAPS
P.S REFER TO MANUAL FOR PRECISE INSTRUCTIONS
Posted on Aug 25, 2008
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