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I've ordered the LG WM6700HBA washer, and I'm confused what the dimensions of the drain pan need to be. (I do not have a floor drain) The washer pedestal is 27" x 28" but the washer itself is 27" x 33 1/4". Can you please let me know how big the drain pan needs to be? I don't understand from where washers would leak.
I also have space constraints in that I have a 57 5/8" wide space to fit both 27" laundry machines.
here are the specs for the washer:
thanks for any advice you may have!
You will need a pan with a fold down front if the pedestal has a drawer
You will want to go by the measurements of the pedestal
What floor is the washer located, by code you may not need a pan
Anything that holds or accepts liquid can eventually leak
If need be a metal fabrication shop van make you you any size pan you want
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