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Old 11-05-2009, 11:30 AM   #1
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I just moved into an apartment. The small stackables are being removed and I am able to put my own Sears Elite stackables in closet. How do I go about doing this? They will fit. Do I stack them first and them move them in or what?

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I'm not familiar with that particular model, but I would assume stack them. Then make the connections of the water lines, dryer vent, and plug them in. Then slide them into place.

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Get someone to help you. Stackables are very heavy.
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I just moved into an apartment. The small stackables are being removed and I am able to put my own Sears Elite stackables in closet. How do I go about doing this? They will fit. Do I stack them first and them move them in or what?
You should put them on a moveable platform so you can access the exhaust vent for cleaning. They sell a wheel system that goes under refrigerators. It's under 1 1/2" thick.
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Make sure you determine just how much room you have for connecting them to the water, and vent supply first. It gets a lot closer then you think, when it comes to that part of this job. If they can be installed one at a time, I would do that. I did, and it saved me a lot of headaches.
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Ron6519,
That's a great suggestion about the wheel platform, where can I get one?
I could use them for a lot of items I have, that need to be moved quite often.
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The big box stores used to sell them or you can do a search for, "appliance rollers".
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Thank you! I have to pick up a door lock today and I'll check on them then. Nice to have a name to ask for. "appliance rollers" Bless............

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