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How do you prepare Kenmore He3 for moving


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#1 cpeek

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Posted 11 June 2005 - 08:00 PM

How do I prepare my Kenmore Front Load He3 for moving?  When they delivered it they said to keep the transport bolts for moving it.  All the manual says is to have a service man come prepare it.

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Posted 13 June 2005 - 07:52 PM

look on the back of the machine,there are 4 square plastic caps- remove them and that will expose the holes through which the shipping bolts are installed,now you must push down and back on the tub until the holes in the back of the tub line up with these holes,then simply thread the bolts into the tub until it is secured against the back of the cabinet- if you don't put these in,some severe damage can occur during shipping,the last time i looked at one that had been damaged this way became a writeoff due to n.e.t.r.  
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