Step 1.

First, take special care not to pinch, strain, or crush the water and drain lines while moving the washer.

Step 2.

Place a level across the top of the washer.

Step 3.

Loosen the locknuts on all 4 leveling feet until you can turn the feet with the included wrench.

Step 4.

Now turn the bolts clockwise to raise the washer, or counterclockwise to lower it. Do it until the bubble on the level stays right in the middle—that's when you know your washer is level.

Step 5.

Now that the washer is level, tighten all the locknuts. Make sure all four leveling feet are in firm contact with the floor. If not, repeat step 4.

Step 6.

Getting it exactly level can be tricky, so run the washer with a test load just to make sure. Place around six pounds of laundry in the washer, press POWER, select RINSE & SPIN and press START/PAUSE. When it starts running, check to see if it rocks or vibrates during the spin cycle. If it does, repeat the procedure starting from step 4.

Step 7.

Some floor surfaces are too slippery to keep your washer from moving on the floor during unbalanced loads. If this is the case in your laundry room, we suggest you install non-skid pads to prevent the washer from moving.