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Trouble leveling LG washer
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Post# 1190275   9/19/2023 at 13:02 (246 days old) by r1cardooo (Baja California, Mexico)        

Hi guys, hope you are doing great!
I've a 24" LG washer and it's giving me some trouble to keep it leveled...
Fo context: I just changed my laundry room's tile floor, isn't perfectly leveled but not bad at all either, when I put back my washer where it belongs I lowered the 4 feet and started to level in this order:
1) front feet
2) rear feet
3) front to rear side adjustments.
But here's the deal, when I seem to find the perfect leveled position it desides to go out of it in a matter of seconds, sometimes before locking it in position but sometimes after it too, I've had a very hard time yesterday leveling it, did find a good position in which it stayed for like 3 loads and then it decided to unlevel again, I'd be glad to hear any suggestions or possible causes so I can keep it where it should be...





Post# 1190300 , Reply# 1   9/19/2023 at 20:02 (246 days old) by pumper (SE Wisconsin)        

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When leveling mine I made sure to hold a wrench on the leveling leg while using another wrench to tighten the locking nut, otherwise the leveling leg would tend to turn too.

Post# 1190313 , Reply# 2   9/20/2023 at 10:50 (245 days old) by r1cardooo (Baja California, Mexico)        

Will give it shot, thanks!

Post# 1190315 , Reply# 3   9/20/2023 at 11:52 (245 days old) by chestermikeuk (Rainhill *Home of the RailwayTrials* Merseyside,UK)        
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If its a slippy tile floor new LG washers here come with sticky rubber floor tabs to put under the feet and stop them moving once you have levelled it and locked the nuts in place as mentioned above , may be worth a try !!

Post# 1190318 , Reply# 4   9/20/2023 at 13:22 (245 days old) by r1cardooo (Baja California, Mexico)        

I do have them, will take the words and stick them under the front feet after i got it leveled and make sure they don't move...

Post# 1190321 , Reply# 5   9/20/2023 at 13:52 (245 days old) by r1cardooo (Baja California, Mexico)        

I managed to get it leveled, did stick the pads under the feet, so far it hasn't moved, I'm seriously gonna pray this doesn't move again!!!
Thanks everyone, will keep you posted...


Post# 1190372 , Reply# 6   9/21/2023 at 01:33 (245 days old) by mark_wpduet (Lexington KY)        

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Good luck... Hope you got it leveled..




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