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Bosch Axxis washers

Posted by bobd_2009 (My Page) on
Mon, May 23, 11 at 8:08

I had planned to buy a Bosch Vision washer and dryer to be stacked in a closet on the second floor of my house. I chose Bosch because of their reputation and the fact that I own two of their dishwashers and have had no problems. Also, I particularly chose them because of the anti-vibration technology. Apparently the Vision line is to be discontinued so I'm looking at the Axxis models. What I don't see is any mention of the vibration problems inherent in front loaders used on second floors. Anyone have any experience with Axxis vibration? I think at this point a compact would be easier to install so I'm hoping the Axxis could work.

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RE: Bosch Axxis washers

Very little vibration issues. The internal suspension absorbs most of it. Don't use a dense rubber mat under the Axxis washer like I tried. It's not needed with this unit.

Level the washer and make sure all feet are solid on the floor.

Axxis is a quality line.

RE: Bosch Axxis washers

when loading the drier, how full can you load it. we are new to both the axxis washer and drier and have to keep turning the drier back on, seems it takes 2/3 hours to dry one load

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