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    Quote Originally Posted by Spectral Morn View Post
    We don't speak to each other like that here, rein it in please. No need to shout, block caps mean shouting.
    Sorry Neil.......hope this is better for you.

    ffs ...it's a bloody washing machine.

    Ain't like her moving a fine pair of Klipsh La Scala or Westminster's.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thingfish View Post
    FFS.....ITS A BLOODY WASHING MACHINE.

    Ain't like her moving a fine pair of Klipsh La Scala or Westminster's.
    The washing machine is not the problem..the OP wants a way to put it back in without damaging his new flooring....
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    Oil.....Slippy stuff.

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    Hi
    I used a skate board when I moved mine

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    My old man was a 'domestic engineer' his entire working life.

    To get them out he'd put washing up liquid under the front feet and wiggle it forwards.

    Then it would go onto a sack truck with a piece of cardboard shoved up to the wheels.

    He'd do the job then after he left he'd sometimes get a call from the office saying he'd damaged something or other getting the appliance out (he knew he hadn't and nothing was said to him at the time) In the end he'd say to the customer you get it out and I'll fix it. If they couldn't or wouldn't he walked straight out the door.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pepperamip View Post
    My old man was a 'domestic engineer' his entire working life.

    To get them out he'd put washing up liquid under the front feet and wiggle it forwards.

    Then it would go onto a sack truck with a piece of cardboard shoved up to the wheels.

    He'd do the job then after he left he'd sometimes get a call from the office saying he'd damaged something or other getting the appliance out (he knew he hadn't and nothing was said to him at the time) In the end he'd say to the customer you get it out and I'll fix it. If they couldn't or wouldn't he walked straight out the door.

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    The triers, spoiled it for everyone else, even back then..the washing up liquid is a better idea than the wax polish..I hope the machine goes back swimmingly..(no pun intended)...
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    Quote Originally Posted by mad-moon View Post
    The washing machine is not the problem..the OP wants a way to put it back in without damaging his new flooring....
    Indeed; his high heels have scratched the floor enough already

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    Quote Originally Posted by mad-moon View Post
    The triers, spoiled it for everyone else, even back then..the washing up liquid is a better idea than the wax polish..I hope the machine goes back swimmingly..(no pun intended)...
    Yes I think the wax polish would end in tears if not cleaned up properly after ta for the input
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    Quote Originally Posted by thingfish View Post
    Oil.....Slippy stuff.
    Vaseline works well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by STD305M View Post
    Hi
    I used a skate board when I moved mine

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