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stacking washer dryer separation?


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#1 mickeyf

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Posted 07 June 2005 - 02:40 PM

I need to take a stacking washer dryer apart (separate the dryer from the washer I suppose) then put it back together to get it into a low ceiling basement area. (Frigidaire MLC275CW5, made in Canada). There would be enough ceiling height if it were upright, but there is not enough to tilt it into position.

I've had good luck finding disassembly instructions on the web for non-stacking dryers, but I'm coming up blank on this one. Can you point me in the right direction (actual manual on line?) or suggest clues where to look for possibly hidden fasteners or in what order to disconnect what?

I tried sending this email directly, but it appeared not to go through. Apologies if this is a duplicate.

Much Thanks

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Posted 07 June 2005 - 07:28 PM

no can do. is a one peice unit,known as a "laundry centre"
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Posted 08 June 2005 - 04:24 PM

"no can do" meaning "does not separate" ??? Drat. But thanks.




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