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Old 09-15-2021, 03:15 AM   #57
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Originally Posted by BINGHAMD View Post
Iím following this postÖ.mine also shakes a lot. It has been reset a couple of times, but not by me. Itís too heavy for me to handle and the space is limited. Also, the drying time has increased so Iím guessing it needs a clean out? The hose from the unit to outside vent has been cleaned and also shortened as it was too long and pinched in areas. So, what or how does one clean anywhere else that may be lint clogged? I love a washer and dryer in my MH and wouldnít go without one.
To address the shaking we cut down a bit on the amount we put into it. Then we ensured all the feet wee adjusted to the floor. Then I fastened it to the floor with 2 L brackets. You can barely feel it shake now.
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You must remember that these are not your typical residential units. I would never give mine up even though they make longer to complete the cycle.
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Old 09-18-2021, 09:46 AM   #59
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We have had W/D in our last 3 RV's. RV's 1 and 2 were used for short adventures of less than 1 week and I removed the W/D's for additional storage. When we started to take longer adventures in RV 2 my SO decided we needed W/D and I filled the storage space with a combo unit and kept about 1/2 of space. We now full time in RV 3 and use the W/D several times a week. I would install a combo unit instead of individual units.
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