2018-9-24 The safest way to move a washer is by transporting it in an upright position. Due to the height and awkward shape of most washing machines, a dolly is recommended to get your washing machine off the ground and through any obstacles, be they a flight of stairs or up inside a truck.
Transporting the washing machine The washing machine is best kept standing upright throughout the process. But if the washing machine is being transported in a car and cannot be kept upright I would lay the washing machine on its back.
When transporting a washing machine, it is best to use the original transit packaging or transit bolts that came with it. Instructions on assembling this will be found in the machine’s instruction booklet.
The washing machine is best kept standing upright throughout the process. But if the washing machine is being transported in a car and cannot be kept upright I would lay the washing machine on its back. This could cause an electrical short and expensive damage when the washing machine is next plugged in.
2018-5-6 Is it possible to transport a washing machine lying: 4 steps to transportation To transport the washing machine lying better in a special box, securely fixed in the car It is very easy to transport the washing machine from the equipment store, because the
Attach the transit bolts onto the rear side of the washing machine. This should secure the drum or tub inside the washing machine and prepare it for transport. Inserting the bolt should be fairly straightforward, but it would probably differ from one washing machine model to
2021-3-18 Washing machine transit bolts are a vital piece of equipment required to move your washing machine securely. A washing machine is a complex piece of equipment with many moving parts. In particular, your washing machine’s drum suspension is susceptible to damage if the washing machine transit bolts are not securely in place.
2017-2-21 Washing machines are always shipped with installed washer locks that secure the drum, thus protecting it from harmful vibrations on the road. Front load washing machines usually have shipping bolts installed in the rear of the appliance, and if you bought your washer brand new, then those transit bolts should be somewhere in your home.
Washing machines are heavy, and the best way to move one is on a dolly. Manufacturers don't recommend laying one on its side when moving it, and professional movers try to avoid this, but sometimes there is no other way to get it through a door or down the stairs.