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The Washer Door Prop does not prevent the washer's front door from swinging open on it's own. Doors that do that typically indicate a machine that is not leveled properly. There are videos on youtube that help explain how to fix that. Here's a written version - Tools: You’ll need a level and an adjustable wrench. Good lighting also helps. 

Step 1: Loosen the locknuts on the washer’s bottom front legs by turning them counterclockwise with an adjustable wrench. The lock nuts are located on the front legs and against the bottom of the washer cabinet, above the feet touching the floor. 

Step 2: First level right to left - Position the level pointing from side to side across the top of the washer. Lower the washer feet by turning them counterclockwise or raise the washer feet by turning them clockwise with the adjustable wrench. Continue to adjust the feet until the bubble floats between the two vertical lines marked on the tube. 

Step 3: Level front to back - Position the level pointing from back to front across the top of the washer. If your washer has self-leveling, spring-loaded rear feet, simply tilt the washer forward, raising the feet 4 to 6 inches off the ground. Release the washer, so the rear legs adjust automatically. If they don’t adjust automatically then adjust the washer feet once again until the bubble inside the glass tube floats between the two vertical lines. 

Step 4: Attempt to rock the washer from back to front and side to side after you have adjusted the feet. When it does not rock anymore go to Step 5. 

Step 5: Tighten the lock nuts above the washer feet with the adjustable wrench until they sit against the bottom of the washer cabinet. This locks the washer’s feet. You’re done!