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Moving my Samsung top load washer
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Post# 1157292   8/18/2022 at 13:27 (603 days old) by Seeitrun2006 (Commerce, GA)        

We are moving 5 hours south in a couple months using 2 Men and a Truck movers. We want to take our Samsung top load washer and dryer with us. The washer model #WA50R5400AW/US. What can I use to hold the tub in place to prevent damage to the washer while in transit?

Any advice would be greatly appreciated!!!

Make peace and prosper!!!

David





Post# 1157300 , Reply# 1   8/18/2022 at 18:20 (603 days old) by combo52 (50 Year Repair Tech Beltsville,Md)        

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Take the hot & Cold water hoses off the back and just keep it upright no bracing is needed unless you are going to lay it on its side, dryer can be laid on its side if needed.

 

John L.


Post# 1157349 , Reply# 2   8/19/2022 at 06:37 (602 days old) by Seeitrun2006 (Commerce, GA)        
Thanks for the information!!!

Thanks John for the advice!!! I really appreciate it!!!

Peace and blessings!!!



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