The front two feet are the heads of giant screws,
i.e. get longer or shorter as you turn the feet. You
can thus adjust the machine so it stands flat and
level on the floor. You also need sometimes to adjust the
internal distribution of the load (weight) so it is as
uniform as possible.
I think you should be proud. My parents were proud when I learned to
My 30 year old Kenmore has two individually adjustable legs and the
other two (front or back, I forget which) are hooked together so one
goes up when the other goes down. When you lower that end of the
machine to the floor, that makes sure all four legs rest on the floor.
But I can imagine that they would stick and leave only 3 on the floor.
In that case, if your machine is like mine (and they never change) I'd
lift up the washer at that end, and drop it from an inch or so.
When I was newly married, my new bride would offload the washing machine
terribly. It vibrated and danced all over the place. Then one day we found
out that if she sat on top and I stood along side ............. well
................... you figure out the rest.
Why fix it. Find a use for it.
Sheesh, do I gotta tell you everytheeng?
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