Question about Malber WD1000 Front Load Washer/Dryer
When I received my machine, it was already out of the box and the four hexnut screws were tampered. How do I know whether the spacers were removed? Were they an internal items or external. THanks. Next, what is the best way to balance the machine, I am not having much luck especially when the unit is tightly in a closet space and hard to reach the back levering machinism.
Take the lid off the spacers should be at the back but when u undue the big hex screws at the back they usually fall out anyway now easiest way to balance is by just using the front adjusters and not the back make slight adjustment on each leg just so you stop swaying from side to side you dont make the washer level level you need it to sloop slightly backwards anyway to stop water from coming out of the soap drawer another thing i do when leveling a washer is once u turn 1 leg with 1 hand hold the washer by the top so u stop it from rocking now adjust the other leg up until that 1 hits the floor and turn once more now try and rock it if it doesnt move from side to side now your done dont adjust the back legs more than likely it doesnt have legs at the back most have wheels on the back now anyway m8
Posted on Sep 24, 2007
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