Front Load Washer Leveling Tips?
Just installed a new LG front load washer. I followed the installation instructions, and generally it runs fine. However, at certain spin speeds it is fairly loud. Our laundry room is on the main floor and has a door. Normally you do not hear the washer or dryer. But depending on the load in the washer and the spin speed it does get loud enough to easily hear/feel when it hits those critical speeds.
The machines are installed on factory LG drawer stands, and the stands were leveled before the machine was put on, and then leveled again with the machine on. The screws attaching the drawer stands to the machine are all in place, and the feet turned down a half turn to make it all solid. There is no movement between the bases and the machine.
The way it is installed I can only get at the front feet and the back right for adjustment. The installation instructions say to adjust the tension in the feet when it is in this spin cycle. I've tried that, but there seems to be no relationship between any adjustment I make and the overall noise and vibration.
Does anyone have any special tips on how to adjust the feet? I suspect at the end of the day you really need all the feet to equally share the load. However, it is hard to determine when that is the case. I did not install the adhesive friction pads under the front feet, but I have not found that the machine moves, so I don't think they would help.