• Camco 20762 30"OD x 28" Washing Machine Drain Pan for Stackable Units w/PVC Fitting (White) - Inner dimensions: 25"x27"
  • Camco 20762 30"OD x 28" Washing Machine Drain Pan for Stackable Units w/PVC Fitting (White) - Inner dimensions: 25"x27"
Camco 20762 30"OD x 28" Washing Machine Drain Pan for Stackable Units w/PVC Fitting (White) - Inner dimensions: 25"x27"
Camco 20762 30"OD x 28" Washing Machine Drain Pan for Stackable Units w/PVC Fitting (White) - Inner dimensions: 25"x27"

Camco 20762 30"OD x 28" Washing Machine Drain Pan for Stackable Units w/PVC Fitting (White) - Inner dimensions: 25"x27"

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  • Made of no-break Polypropylene
  • Will easily fit washers measuring up to 25" x 27"
  • For apartment-sized stackable units
  • 1"/1.5" PVC drain
  • Bottom or side outlet (not pre-cut)

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30" x 28" OD (outer) and 27 x 25" ID (inner) dimensions 30" x 28" OD (outer) 27 x 25" ID (inner). These measurements are clearly marked on the actual item but do not appear in the picture. This did not fit my 27" wide unit. It really would be helpful if the description had both measurements. Other than that it's fine. I ordered two sizes to be covered, then returned one. Hope this helps. Please upvote if you find it useful. 3it works great. We had to raise up our washing machine ... Our Whirlpool Washer has a known defect where it will periodically leak small amounts of water. You can find people all over internet with the same issue. However, Whirlpool doesn't seem to want to provide a fix for the problem. Since our laundry room is on the 2nd floor of our home, any leak, no matter how small, is cause for high concern. Thankfully, we found this tray. It was a heck of a lot less expensive than buying a new washer. And, it works great. We had to raise up our washing machine (easily done just by raising the four leg screws) in order for it to work properly. At first the drum of the washer was rubbing on the tray and making an awful sound. After we figured out what was going on, we've had no more noise. 5Repurposed this product and it's working perfectly! I am not using this for its intended use [see image]. I am using it to protect my living room floor as I grow fodder for my animals. I would prefer not to grow fodder in my living room, but at this time it is the best suitable location.There is no drain hole in the tray and it lays firmly on the ground. And it is made of material that is not scratchy.It came with a drain cap, which I will never use, given my misuse of the product. (I guess you would have to drill a hole in it to insert this cap. Not my problem as I do not want a hole in it!) It is working very, very well. 5VERY Solid Product Installed it under washer last night by myself. Had to tip over the machine and walk it in a few times so this plastic panel took a beating and held up nicely. I was impressed and confident it is WELL MADE. It is wider than machine but I knew it was. Used extra space for broom and swiffer mops. 5Washing Machin Drain Tray I think a drain tray is a must to own with any washing machine! I purchased this tray along with my new washing machine and it has been an excellent purchase. The depth of the tray is greater than what the stock pictures can show, and would likely contain any leak short of a catastrophic failure of a full washer drum. The internal volume of the tray comes out to approximately 1721.25 cubic inches - which is approximately 7.45 gallons. Of course, that's the volume all the way up to the edge. I would estimate this tray could realistically hold a full 7.0-7.25 gallons on a level surface without spilling with the actual washing machine in there.The pan is sturdy plastic, and plain white. Make sure you have your measurements correct, and this pan will work for your needs. 5Caution with top load washer. Caution, if you have a top load washer, the motor could rub against the pan under heavy load and make load noise and motor stall. The center of the plastic pan is higher than the edge, and the ridge is even higher and could reach the motor. Our washer motor got stuck with it and we found this after moving it from the pan. 1An essential accessory well worth the cost. A must have with any washing machine. My LG front loading washer sprung a leak in the capsule surrounding the drive unit (not the seal). This unfortunately caused a minor flood and huge mess in my laundry room. I purchased this tray along with my new washing machine. The depth of the tray is greater than what the stock pictures can show, and would likely contain any leak short of a catastrophic failure of a full washer drum. The internal volume of the tray comes out to approximately 1721.25 cubic inches - which is approximately 7.45 gallons. Of course, that's the volume all the way up to the edge. I would estimate this tray could realistically hold a full 7.0-7.25 gallons on a level surface without spilling. 5Great product. Works perfectly for my LG front load washer with the pedestal with the size and color, I used FIXIT FEET Anti-Vibration Shock Absorbing Pads to left up the pedestal a bit, I recommend it. 5Almost Perfect First - note that the dimensions of this pan are top edge to top edge and the sides of the drain pain slope slightly "up and away" from the bottom to the top. Our laundry center measures about 27" side-to-side and 28-1/2" front-to-back and it fit with about 1" on the sides and 1/2" front and back. You can also raise - or shim - the legs on your laundry center to allow the bottom of the machine to clear the top of the drain pain, gaining a little more room if needed (this might make your machine less stable and more prone to vibration on the spin cycle - but most things in life involve tradeoffs). Although raising your machine could place the outside edges of the laundry center enclosure (case) slightly outside the edges of the drain pain, most leaks are going to be inside the laundry center case itself.While the plastic drain pan is flexible plastic, construction seems solid enough for the purpose. I was able to tilt up the back side of the laundry center, slide the drain pan under, then slide the machine back into the pan (helps to brace the back of the pan against something solid so you can push against it). However, it sure would be a lot easier for two (or three) people to put this in place.Our laundry center sits behind a 30" door so I had to cut away a small portion of the door stop to allow the pan to slide in and out. I have moved this set-up several times with only one problem - the drain line. This drain pan comes with a gasketed 1-1/2" PVC fitting (you have to cut a hole in the bottom of the pan to install the drain) which allows the pan to be connected to a drain - the pan itself will only hold about 7 gallons of water and a typical laundry center holds at least twice that much. If all the water leaks out of your laundry center, no drain pan will be able to hold the total amount without an outside drain. Fortunately, we have a 2-1/2" drain centered in the back of our laundry closet. Unfortunately, we had to take off the cover plate for the main drain to allow the pan drain to fit inside. This means we have to tilt the machine forward until the drain line clears the main drain before we can slide the machine out of the closet for service. For most people, this will be a rare occurrence, so shouldn't be too troublesome. I would have preferred that the 1-1/2" pan drain exit flush with the bottom of the drain pan rather than extending below the bottom - I may solve this problem with a hacksaw if and when I have to move the machine again. Hopefully, that won't happen unless the machine overflows again (twice in 13 years - once too often!).Bottom line - I would have awarded 5 stars if the inside dimensions had been shown (or were easy to find on-line) and the pan drain had an option to exit flush with the bottom of the pan. 4Used as a shower liner Made a shower with cedar insert for travel trailer. Works great for our rigged up application. 5
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30" x 28" OD (outer) and 27 x 25" ID (inner) dimensions 30" x 28" OD (outer) 27 x 25" ID (inner). These measurements are clearly marked on the actual item but do not appear in the picture. This did not fit my 27" wide unit. It really would be helpful if the description had both measurements. Other than that it's fine. I ordered two sizes to be covered, then returned one. Hope this helps. Please upvote if you find it useful. 3it works great. We had to raise up our washing machine ... Our Whirlpool Washer has a known defect where it will periodically leak small amounts of water. You can find people all over internet with the same issue. However, Whirlpool doesn't seem to want to provide a fix for the problem. Since our laundry room is on the 2nd floor of our home, any leak, no matter how small, is cause for high concern. Thankfully, we found this tray. It was a heck of a lot less expensive than buying a new washer. And, it works great. We had to raise up our washing machine (easily done just by raising the four leg screws) in order for it to work properly. At first the drum of the washer was rubbing on the tray and making an awful sound. After we figured out what was going on, we've had no more noise. 5Repurposed this product and it's working perfectly! I am not using this for its intended use [see image]. I am using it to protect my living room floor as I grow fodder for my animals. I would prefer not to grow fodder in my living room, but at this time it is the best suitable location.There is no drain hole in the tray and it lays firmly on the ground. And it is made of material that is not scratchy.It came with a drain cap, which I will never use, given my misuse of the product. (I guess you would have to drill a hole in it to insert this cap. Not my problem as I do not want a hole in it!) It is working very, very well. 5VERY Solid Product Installed it under washer last night by myself. Had to tip over the machine and walk it in a few times so this plastic panel took a beating and held up nicely. I was impressed and confident it is WELL MADE. It is wider than machine but I knew it was. Used extra space for broom and swiffer mops. 5Washing Machin Drain Tray I think a drain tray is a must to own with any washing machine! I purchased this tray along with my new washing machine and it has been an excellent purchase. The depth of the tray is greater than what the stock pictures can show, and would likely contain any leak short of a catastrophic failure of a full washer drum. The internal volume of the tray comes out to approximately 1721.25 cubic inches - which is approximately 7.45 gallons. Of course, that's the volume all the way up to the edge. I would estimate this tray could realistically hold a full 7.0-7.25 gallons on a level surface without spilling with the actual washing machine in there.The pan is sturdy plastic, and plain white. Make sure you have your measurements correct, and this pan will work for your needs. 5Caution with top load washer. Caution, if you have a top load washer, the motor could rub against the pan under heavy load and make load noise and motor stall. The center of the plastic pan is higher than the edge, and the ridge is even higher and could reach the motor. Our washer motor got stuck with it and we found this after moving it from the pan. 1An essential accessory well worth the cost. A must have with any washing machine. My LG front loading washer sprung a leak in the capsule surrounding the drive unit (not the seal). This unfortunately caused a minor flood and huge mess in my laundry room. I purchased this tray along with my new washing machine. The depth of the tray is greater than what the stock pictures can show, and would likely contain any leak short of a catastrophic failure of a full washer drum. The internal volume of the tray comes out to approximately 1721.25 cubic inches - which is approximately 7.45 gallons. Of course, that's the volume all the way up to the edge. I would estimate this tray could realistically hold a full 7.0-7.25 gallons on a level surface without spilling. 5Great product. Works perfectly for my LG front load washer with the pedestal with the size and color, I used FIXIT FEET Anti-Vibration Shock Absorbing Pads to left up the pedestal a bit, I recommend it. 5Almost Perfect First - note that the dimensions of this pan are top edge to top edge and the sides of the drain pain slope slightly "up and away" from the bottom to the top. Our laundry center measures about 27" side-to-side and 28-1/2" front-to-back and it fit with about 1" on the sides and 1/2" front and back. You can also raise - or shim - the legs on your laundry center to allow the bottom of the machine to clear the top of the drain pain, gaining a little more room if needed (this might make your machine less stable and more prone to vibration on the spin cycle - but most things in life involve tradeoffs). Although raising your machine could place the outside edges of the laundry center enclosure (case) slightly outside the edges of the drain pain, most leaks are going to be inside the laundry center case itself.While the plastic drain pan is flexible plastic, construction seems solid enough for the purpose. I was able to tilt up the back side of the laundry center, slide the drain pan under, then slide the machine back into the pan (helps to brace the back of the pan against something solid so you can push against it). However, it sure would be a lot easier for two (or three) people to put this in place.Our laundry center sits behind a 30" door so I had to cut away a small portion of the door stop to allow the pan to slide in and out. I have moved this set-up several times with only one problem - the drain line. This drain pan comes with a gasketed 1-1/2" PVC fitting (you have to cut a hole in the bottom of the pan to install the drain) which allows the pan to be connected to a drain - the pan itself will only hold about 7 gallons of water and a typical laundry center holds at least twice that much. If all the water leaks out of your laundry center, no drain pan will be able to hold the total amount without an outside drain. Fortunately, we have a 2-1/2" drain centered in the back of our laundry closet. Unfortunately, we had to take off the cover plate for the main drain to allow the pan drain to fit inside. This means we have to tilt the machine forward until the drain line clears the main drain before we can slide the machine out of the closet for service. For most people, this will be a rare occurrence, so shouldn't be too troublesome. I would have preferred that the 1-1/2" pan drain exit flush with the bottom of the drain pan rather than extending below the bottom - I may solve this problem with a hacksaw if and when I have to move the machine again. Hopefully, that won't happen unless the machine overflows again (twice in 13 years - once too often!).Bottom line - I would have awarded 5 stars if the inside dimensions had been shown (or were easy to find on-line) and the pan drain had an option to exit flush with the bottom of the pan. 4Used as a shower liner Made a shower with cedar insert for travel trailer. Works great for our rigged up application. 5
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