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Sodding washing machine

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HammerToFall Thu 18-Jun-15 17:52:33

Yesterday the washing machine packed up just two weeks after we had to replace the dishwasher.

Never mind I thought we need it so I order one and its delivered today. Set about setting it up as I have done twice before and put it on. It gets to the spin and immediately I know something's wrong. It's nearly at the other side of the kitchen. I stopped it and suddenly it clicked. I hadn't removed the bloody transit bolts which hold the drum in place in transit.

I have removed them but daren't try it. If it's knackered that's £300 down the drain! Has anyone done this before and the washer has been ok?
New washer comes and ive set up the last two we have had no oroble

HammerToFall Thu 18-Jun-15 17:53:22

Don't know what that last bit in the end is not having a good day confused

gruffaloshmuffalo Thu 18-Jun-15 17:54:34

You'll have to remove the transit bolts, if it was only one wash it should be ok. I work in Cs for a large white goods retailer and we hear about this all the time

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