Transporting a Washing Machine?

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Transporting a washing machine is best done with a wheeled dolly. If possible the machine should remain upright during transport.
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How to Transport Washing Machines
A washing machine is a heavy, intricate piece of machinery that takes caution and good sense to transport. Without the proper precautions when you transport the washing machine, you could damage the machine beyond repair and even cause yourself serious... More »
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