How do you adjust the feet on a Beko washing machine?

How do you adjust the feet on a Beko washing machine?

Adjusting the feet

  1. Loosen the lock nuts on the feet by hand.
  2. Adjust the feet until the product stands level and balanced. Do this by holding the locking nut and unscrewing the foot.
  3. Tighten all lock nuts again to secure the feet at the adjusted height.

Can you take feet off washing machine?

Removing the feet, which should just screw out will reduce the height of a washing machine. They stop the washing machine scratching the floor, they help keep it from sliding around, and they allow you to make the washing machine level if the floor is uneven. If you take them off you may have other problems.

What are the feet on a washing machine called?

The leveling leg pad or foot pad fits over the leveling leg on your washing machine. The foot pad is designed to protect your floor and keep the washing machine level and in place.

Should a washing machine be level?

The washer must be level both from front to back and from side to side, and all four of its feet must be touching the ground. If you can rock the machine back and forth diagonally from corner to corner, its feet are not secure and level.

What causes a washing machine to shake violently?

If the washing machine is not balanced, it may shake violently during the spin cycle, causing water to spill on the floor. Redistributing the load will usually solve this issue if the cause is due to too many clothes on one side of the unit.

What causes a washer to go off balance?

Laundry caught below the tub or between the agitator and the inner tub can cause the washer to operate off balance with every load. The problem can be anything: a penny that worked its way out of a pocket, a button that fell off a shirt or a wayward sock or other article of clothing.

What size washer do I need for a family of 2?

One to two person household can use a small to medium size washer (1.8 to 3.5 cu ft) while a family should opt for a large washer (3.6 to 5.1 cu ft). The dryer should be almost twice as large as the washer so wet clothes can tumble freely and dry more quickly.

What size washer do I need to wash a king-size comforter?

The general rule of thumb is that a front-loading washer with a tub that holds at least 3.7 cubic feet or greater can safely handle washing a king-size comforter. Do not put anything else in the washer when you wash the comforter, or it stands a chance of not coming clean.