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February 15, 4:40 PM [GMT -5]

what do you do when you live in an old house with a basement that slopes towards the drain? the leveling feet aren't long enough for either machine to be level, so i have 2 x 4s underneath. and eventually the vibrations knock them off the 2 x 4s. thanks!

October 19, 1:14 PM [GMT -5]

Try WashPucks !!! Vibration Reduction Pads for Washing Machines - learn more at www.washpucks.com

October 13, 1:37 PM [GMT -5]

Hello, I had the same issue, I found www.WASHPUCKS.com, they are round rubber pads that fit under the legs of your washer. They really reduced the noise and vibration that my washer made. Give them a try and see if it works for you !!!

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