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Front load washer vibration

Posted by forboystoo (My Page) on
Sun, Jul 19, 09 at 17:05

Hi, I live in a 2008(built in Dec.) double wide....My washing machine is vibrating so bad I'm afraid of doing structural damage to my home...Before you ask I've done all the listed below....It's a front load LG..2 1/2 yrs old..
All packing bolts removed...
Level front to back and side to side...
Purchased the anti vibe feet...
My mobile home is on those long metal beams with those metal TeePee looking braces...
OK I gave myself away ...I know nothing about structural engineering...
I will be hiring someone to do the work...
Is there something inside I can do or will it be best to do some reinforcing under the laundry room ....
If anyone has had this problem let me know if you came to a resolve....Short of getting a new washer...........thanks so much.................

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RE: Front load washer vibration

Place a heavy sheet of plywood under washer and dryer.
Use spin sensor on washer.

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