Leveling the washer
To ensure smooth operation the washer
must be level.
Failure to level the machine can result
in increased water and energy
consumption as well as the washer
"banging" during the spin cycle or
"walking" across the floor during use.
Adjust the four leveling feet
The washer is leveled by adjusting the
four feet. The machine is boxed with the
feet completely screwed in.
^ Turn the locking nut, 2, counter-
clockwise with the enclosed
combination wrench. Unscrew each
of the four feet as much as necessary
by turning both the foot, 1, and the
locking nut, 2, to the left.
^ Check that the machine stands level.
^ Once level, hold the foot, 1, steady
with a wrench. Turn the locking nut, 2,
with the combination wrench towards
All four locking nuts must be
tight against the bottom of the
machine. In addition, check to see
that the feet were not inadvertently
unscrewed while tightening the nuts.
Running a machine that is not level
or whose feet are not tight may
cause damage to both the machine
and its surrounding area.