This quick and easy guide gives you detailed steps on how to move a washing machine…
How To Move A Washing Machine To Another Room — Solved
The steps below show you how to move a washing machine to another room…
Step 1. In order to prevent electrical damage and water leaks, make sure to unplug your washing machine from the electrical outlet, then turn the water supply faucets off.
Step 2. Unscrew the COLD and HOT water supply hoses from the ports at the back of your washing machine (ensure that you keep a rag nearby in order to clean any water leaks).
Step 3. Pull the drain hose out of your home drain. With the help of another person, carefully lift each end of the machine and carry the appliance into the desired room (if available, place the machine on a trolley to make this easier).
Step 4. Set the washing machine down on the floor, then move it into place. Insert the drain hose down the new stand-pipe.
Step 5. Reconnect the HOT and COLD water supply hoses to the ports at the back of your machine (make sure both hoses are secured properly in order to prevent water leaks).
Step 6. Plug your washing machine into the electrical outlet, then try running a wash cycle to make sure everything works properly.
How To Move A Washing Machine Upstairs — Quick Fix
The steps below show you how to move a washing machine upstairs…
Step 1. Turn off the water supply faucets and disconnect the power cord from the outlet in order to prevent electrocution and water leaks.
Step 2. Pull the drain hose out of your home drain, then drop it into a container to drain out any water that may still be in it.
Step 3. Using a pair of pliers, unscrew the two water supply hoses from the ports at the back of your washing machine (some water may spill out, so make sure to keep a cloth nearby).
Step 4. Slide a ratchet utility strap underneath the machine with the help of another person. Lift the two sides of the harness, then throw the loop over your shoulders.
Step 5. Using the harness for support, you and your assistant should lift the machine. Carefully walk up the stairs (one person will go up the stairs backwards).
Step 6. Take the machine into the desired room, then carefully lower it onto the floor. Take the harness out from underneath the machine, then set it aside.
Step 7. Connect the two water supply hoses to the appropriate ports at the back of your washing machine (in order to prevent water leaks, make sure secure the two hoses properly).
Step 8. Insert your washing machine’s drain hose into the new stand-pipe, then plug the power cord into the outlet. To make sure everything works properly, try running a cycle.
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How To Put Transit Bolts In A Washing Machine — Solution
Here are the steps you’ll need to take to put transit bolts in your washing machine…
Step 1. Go to the back of the machine and move the appliance forward (make sure the power supply and water faucets have been turned off).
Step 2. Pry out the plastic caps at the back of your washing machine (the number of caps will vary depending on the brand of your machine).
Step 3. Set the transit caps aside. Remove the transit bolts from their packaging. They should be in the installation kit bag.
Step 4. Place the transit bolts on the holes at the back of your machine, then tighten the nuts using a 3/8 inch socket.