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.
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Re: Spacers and Balance
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
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This TV is VESA mount compliant with a spacing of 200MM x 200MM. the mount holes are M8 1.25 and about 23MM deep. 3 of the holes are recessed and one hole is near surface. Adding a 2-3 MM margin for a typical washer and the mount itself, M8 1.25, 25MM screws might be the best to mount this TV.
I am using the Sanus simplicity SMF3 mount (bought from costco). The spacers provided with this mount are 22MM which makes the supplied M8 35MM screws too small with the spacers. Without the spacers, the supplied M8 16MM screws are too small. With spacers, I think the screw size should be M8 45MM and without spacers it should be M8 25MM
I am thinking a vinyl washer might be a good addition to the assembly (with my sanus mount).
Found this site useful to understand the screw dimensions. http://www.fastenermart.com/html/metricsizes.html
Bit late I'm afraid but I'm guessing you didn't use the fifth (centre) screw when you fastened the box to the wall. The centre screw is an anti-tamper device and unless you use it you'll get a tamper open error. I know because I've just been there ("it can't possibly need five screws")!
check the motor coupling,take out the two screws that hold down the top console,flip up the console,unplug the lid switch harness in the middle or a little to the right from the middle and with a screw driver pop the two metal clips,tilt the frame to you and remove the whole frame of the washer.with a screw driver pop the two clips holding the pump on and slide the pump forward off the motor.take out the two screws and pop the motor clips and pull the motor forward,you'll see the motor coupling,there should be three arms coming off the coupling and three arms on the other part of coupling and a piece of rubber that they slide into,if it's cracked or worn in the middle replace the coupling and cut down on the size of the loads you put into washer.when putting the motor back on look at the four corners of the motor,if any of the rubber spacers are missing look where the motor goes and take the rubber spacers off the frame and stick them in the four corners of the motor and then line the motor up and install it,it's to hard to get the motor back if you don't do this.good luck and let me know what you find,if you need any more help let me know
there's a coupling that's in between the motor and gear box,remove the pump,unclip the motor,there might be two screws holding the clips in,on the rear motor shaft you'll see part of the coupling,look inside and you'll see the other half connected to the gear box,use a screw driver and pop that part off,then install the two pieces of the new coupling and the rubber that goes in between the plastic parts,i use a 7/16 nut driver and pump plyers to put the pieces on the shafts,line up the plastic piece put the nut driver in the center and hit the nut driver with the plyers,make sure you get the four rubber spacers and put them back on the four corners of the motor,it's easier to reinstall the motor,if you need any more help let me know,the part number is 285753A
Hi, First check whether the cabinet is in good condition If it is ok means you are suppose to change the four springs since these four springs balance the unit one might have got loosen so it is advicable to replace the four sprins
You haven't told me what make nor model of receiver you have. That would help A LOT. Anyway, most systems have a power amplifier and a pre-amplifier. Receivers have both, but they are in the same box and to the average user are in-distinguishable. The amplifier it's self (for all practical purposes) has no "balance" control. Any gain adjustments including balance, are done at the pre-amplifier level, and in the case of a receiver, that's probably the only place you will have to do any balancing. Beyond that, you may have an L-PAD or some kind of volume adjustment at the back of your speaker cabinets. If that is the case, you could do some additional balancing there, but if you're looking for symetry in your sound, there should be no need for balance adjustment. If you find that one of the channels is noticably quieter than the other, and yet your balance adjustment is set to the middle, then we need to investigate to find out why, but I don't think that is the problem that you are describing. If you already know how to set the balance at the receiver, then you probably know just about all there is to know about setting the balance on that system. Again, I am not familiar with the system, as you have not given me the make nor model.
The Malber has spacers but does not have a lever in the back so I am not sure what brand of machine you have. If it is the Malber, the spacers in the back are internal and need to be removed. They can be accessed by removing the hex screws and then removing the back panel. The spacers should fall to the bottom of the machine when the hex screws are removed. They can then be retrieved easily with the back panel removed. Be careful reaching into the back of the machine as there are many sharp edges in there.