My daughter got her washer and dryer only to find out that the water supply/drain is 6 feet from the ground. Obviously none of the hoses can reach. I am aware that the maximum height for washer drain is 36"....anything higher can cause overflow/backflow. The 2 outlets underneath....the left one is the dryer outlet and other is standard non gfci. The Landlord is crappy and wont put ANY money into ANY repairs. He said to buy extra long water supply hoses and hang the washer drain pipe into a large trashcan.....being since you don't typically find them that long. Please breakdown Which code specifies potential problems for this setup. The Landlord asked why it wasn't code.
As mentioned above, I'd consider putting the washer on a platform (can be built pretty quickly), with room for the operator. It's low cost and solves the issue. Have the landlord do it. :) Unless he wants to risk his basement being flooded by backflow from the washer. The basement should support a standard washer.
Get a small submersible water pump and rig it with a float switch, then put it into a covered bucket/trash can next to the washer then run the washer discharge to the bucket and from the bucket to the drain.
I'm not sure how much waste water the "reservoir bucket" will have to handle with that particular washer, but I would think 7-10 gallons would work. You'd definitely want to check that to be sure. Cut appropriate holes in the lid of the bucket and seal them up appropriately.
There are other pumps and float switches that are, perhaps, better for this application, but I included these as examples of what you might put together. The pump is probably much stronger than what you'd need (maybe a fish pond pump instead?) and there are probably float switches that will work better in a small bucket too.
Granted, it's not "code" but for a rental, it should cost less than $100 and be good enough to get you through a few years. Better than having dirty water flow back into the washer or all over the floor.