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We are relocating and the moving company said we need a "moving kit" for our Whirlpool Cabrio Washer. I have no idea if the washer came with bolts or what happened to them. Does this model require special handling during a move? If so, what should I do?

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Machne needs a tub block . u haul sell's these .. or can be make of cardboard. and stablize tub and put hoses inside tub andclose lid tape close . put a thin card board that is cut to fit across control panel and tape in place . this will protect the controls from damage . y'r done .. mm

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