My self leveling rear legs don't seem to hold. What do I need to replace? How easy is it?
ANSWER Hello Don,
The rear legs should "flop" back and forth when the machine is tilted forward so the weight is off of them. If they do not "reset" to the centered position, you can bump them with a heavy item such as a wrench or hammer and they should free up. The mechanism can be sprayed with a spray lubricant to keep them freed up. When the weight is lowered back onto them they will automatically set to level. Be aware that level in this case is not bubble level, but the state where equal distribution of the machines' weight is on each of the four feet, (so no "rocking" can take place).
Answered by AppliancePartsPros.com | Monday, December 03, 2012